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Social Security Management Associations

Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA)  

Tuesday, May 17, 2016


For thirty years, the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund (FEEA) has stayed true to its word in helping federal employees.  FEEA kicked off its May Cyber Fundraiser campaign with a successful 4th Annual Public Service 5K. The National Council of Social Security Management Associations (NCSSMA) was a proud sponsor of the race, which had over 200 participants and raised over $30,000 to support FEEA.


NCSSMA was a founding organization of FEEA and this is your chance to help!  Please go to to make a donation today so FEEA can be ready when federal employees need help. Thanks to generous pledges from BlueCross/BlueShield, Long Term Care Partners, and GEBA, your donation will have quadruple the impact this week!


What FEEA Does - FEEA is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to assist civilian federal employees whenever and wherever the need arises.


•       FEEA helps federal employees through its Annual Scholarship Competition and administers special scholarships - to nearly 300 students who lost a parent in Oklahoma City and at the Pentagon on 9/11. None of FEEA's promises are more important, nor more heartfelt, than those we have made to the families of Oklahoma City and the Pentagon. Please see the following link about “Keeping Our Promises In Oklahoma City”


•       Through the Emergency Assistance Program, FEEA provides loans to help federal employees confronted with emergencies like natural disasters, government pay error, or death.  Please see this link for stories from federal employees who recently benefitted from the Emergency Assistance program. Each shared his or her story in hopes it would spur others to give or seek help.


How You Can Help - Please support FEEA’s efforts and go to to make a donation. Thank you for your continued support of FEEA!


Joe Dirago

FEEA Executive Board

NCSSMA Executive Officer & Past President


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