Global Impact is a non-profit organization that works with international charities based in the United States and administers four of the largest Combined Federal Campaigns (CFC), including the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area, and the Combined Federal Campaign-Overseas. The CFC is a program to raise money from federal employees for local, national, and international charities. Global Impact affiliated charities include CARE, Doctors Without Borders, Heifer International, Save the Children, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF and World Vision. The groups aim is to form partnerships and organize resources for charitable causes. In 2011, US-based giving through Global Impact raised more than $110 million and supported 11,000 charities. An audit published by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management in 2012 concluded that Global Impact had received $764,069 in reimbursements from the federal government that "could have been put to better use" for the CFC. Global Impact had received funds for neck massages, hotel room service, and movie rentals. Renee Acosta, then Global Impacts chief executive, received a $150,000 bonus following the audit. Global Impact also administers the Combined Federal Campaign – Overseas (CFC-O), a program allowing international charities to solicit contributions from employees of the United States federal government. Revenue for the CFC-O increased from $47 million in 2003 to $66 million in 2011.