• CFC Cause of the Week: Housing & Shelter

    The CFC cause of the week is Housing & Shelter. A famous and often-quoted movie line touts “There’s no place like home!” But too many people around the world either don’t have a place to call home or no longer feel safe in their home. Ongoing disasters and crises have forced many families to become

  • CFC Cause of the Week: Community Improvement

    The CFC cause of the week is Community Improvement. These efforts come in all shapes and sizes to address the direct needs of residents. CFC charities bring community members together and highlight their culture and diversity through local theaters, recreational parks, farmers’ markets, seasonal

  • Hurlburt ADAPT notes Impaired Driving Prevention Month

    During 2021, a staggering 13,384 people were killed in drunk-driving crashes in the United States alone. Accordingly, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is teaming-up with law enforcement communities nationwide in support of the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

  • Fight the Flu

    Cold and flu season is here again. According to the World Health Organization, there are around a billion cases of seasonal influenza annually. Symptoms typically present 1-4 days after infection and usually last about a week. According to the American Lung Association, influenza is a highly

  • An airman’s journey from battlefield to baseball field

    Growing up playing baseball, it was a dream for Tech Sgt. Travis J. Hackett to join a professional baseball team.While he may not be a professional baseball player, the 1st Special Operations Security Forces Squadron defender continues to play – now with a goal of improving veterans’ lives.

  • CFC Cause of the Week: Military and Veterans Services

    The CFC cause of the week is Military & Veterans Services. The United States is thankful to have over 2.5 million currently serving military personnel and an estimated 18.5 million veterans who served in our nation’s defense. While these selfless individuals preserve and protect freedom around the