Virginia Tech® home

Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC)

Thank you for your support of the 2023 campaign!

When you donate to charities through the CVC, you change lives.


Virginia Tech employees are asked to use the university's CVC donation site when making a contribution. The state has a separate donation site, but donations made through that site may not be counted toward Virginia Tech's campaign goal.

Loading player for

What is the CVC?

  • Started in 1997, the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC) is an annual giving program operated by and for state employees. The campaign raises funds for local, state, and national charities. 
  • 753 approved charities will participate in the 2023 campaign, including numerous United Ways, Federations (groupings of charities), and local charities.
  • Virginia is one of 36 other states with employee workplace giving programs.
  • CVC is governed by Executive Order# 27-2014, signed by former Governor Terry McAuliffe, to include a 15-18 member advisory council of all state employees from various state agencies and three DHRM CVC staff employees.
  • The DHRM agency head is the Chair of the CVC Advisory Council, and Governor Youngkin is the Honorary Chair.

**All charities are prescreened by the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign Advisory Committee.  

Important 2023 Campaign Dates 
Last day to report 2023 (Jan. 1 - Dec. 31) direct giving. Jan. 31, 2024
Last day to give by credit card. Jan. 31, 2024

Latest News

Email CVC Agency Coordinator
North End Center
Division of Human Resources
300 Turner Street, NW
Suite 2300
Blacksburg, VA 24061

CVC Social Media