Entries by Robyn Kehoe

How To Stay Safe In Your Relationships

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, encouraging us to be aware of intimate partner violence and help those trying to break the cycle of violence in their lives. You can learn more about how to give or get help from the CDC. FEEA’s emergency hardship loan program also offers help to those who need financial […]

It’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer in women after skin cancer. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. Learn more about risks and treatments on the NIH National Cancer Institute’s breast cancer page.   You can also find more information at: […]

Will You Help Us By Being a Super Early Bird?

It seems like just the other day that Uncle Sam was out greeting walkers and runners at the 6th Annual Public Service Charity 5K/1M Walk/Run, but we’re already prepping for the 2019 event! We’ll be back at Maryland’s National Harbor on Sunday, April 28, 2019, and welcoming back virtual participants all across the country. You […]

It’s CFC Time! Learn How You Can Change a Life.

Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) season just kicked off, which means YOU can make a difference without leaving your desk! The online donation system is easy to use and your pledge to FEEA CFC #11185 will change the life of a federal family in need. Make your pledge today. Pledging is easy, and painless when you give […]

FEEA Prepares for Hurricane Florence. Will You Help?

Hurricane Florence is already beginning to impact people in the Carolinas, with what the National Hurricane Center describes as a “triple threat” of high winds, storm surge, and flooding. Predictions are that Florence will stall over the Carolinas and Southern Virginia, bringing up to 2 feet of rain in some areas and many coastal residents […]

Are You Prepared for Disasters?

Did you know it’s National Preparedness Month. FEEA wants you to be ready when disasters strike. Visit www.ready.gov to find tools families and communities can use to prepare for a variety of disasters, like hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, and more. Even with a great disaster plan in place, you might still have damage to your home […]