Reminder: Scholarship Application Deadline March 27, 2017

The 2017 scholarship application from FEEA: the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund is still available! You can access the online application and instructions here. The deadline to apply is 3pm EST on Monday March 27, 2017. Collectively…

Run, Walk, or Stroll in the Public Service Charity 5K on May 7!

Registration for the Public Service Charity 5K Run/Walk is now open! Now in its fifth year, the Public Service Charity 5K Run/Walk celebrates and supports federal public servants across the country, giving public employees a visible reminder…

We're Looking for Volunteers Outside the DC Metro Area!

Outside the D.C. metro area we are recruiting “City Captains” to help raise awareness about virtual participation in the Public Service 5K Charity Run/Walk on Sunday, May 7, 2017. Volunteers can be federal employees, their family members,…

2016 Annual Report Release

We have just released our 2016 Annual Report. In this report you can learn more about what we accomplished together in 2016 thanks to our supporters! In 2016, FEEA also celebrated its 30th anniversary of serving federal public servants…

FEEA Executive Director, Joyce Warner, on FEDTalk

FEEA's new Executive Director, Joyce Warner, appeared on FEDTalk on Friday, January 13, to talk about our disaster relief, scholarship, childcare, and emergency loan programs open to federal employees. If you didn't get a chance to tune…

FEEA 2017 Scholarship Application Now Available!

FEEA: the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund is pleased to announce that our 2017 scholarship application is now available. You can access the online application and instructions here. The application deadline is 3pm EST on Monday…

Making Sure Babies Sophie and Jack Have a Place to Call Home

Bills and anxiety pile up quickly when your child has a severe illness, your home is damaged by fire, or your spouse loses a job unexpectedly. Meet Sophie*. Sophie and her twin brother Jack were born prematurely to Kristine. Kristine is a…

Helping Michael Get Back on his Route

Meet Michael*. Michael, an employee with the US Postal Service, knows firsthand how that feels. This year, Michael had to undergo a limb amputation, and his bills piled up while he was recovering from his surgery on leave without pay. It’s…

Being There for Kids Who Lost a Parent on 9-11

The rising cost of college is a growing burden on all families, including those parents who are federal public servants. College is even more of a financial stretch if you’ve lost a parent. FEEA has and continues to provide nearly 200 scholarships…