Our 1990-91 fund-raising campaign on behalf of Children's Hospital may not have begun officially until yesterday. But we always receive group contributions throughout the "off season," and the past few months have been no exception.

Here's a catch-up list of all the groups that have contributed since the 1989-90 campaign ended in January:

Glenn Dale Senior Citizen Club ($65).

Studio Ink, Springfield ($25).

American Legion Auxiliary, Harry White Wilmer Unit 82, La Plata ($50).

Code 4190, Naval Research Lab ($57).

Office of Financial and Administrative Management, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor ($133 left over from the Christmas party).

Greenway Liquors & Deli, Greenbelt ($339.50 from the pickle jar).

Employees, Alexandria office, Michael Baker Jr. Inc. ($1,277.78).

Employees, Directorate of Intelligence's Office of Information Resources, Second Floor, Original Headquarters Building, Central Intelligence Agency ($100).

Employees, National League of Cities ($500).

Executive Secretariat, Department of Housing and Urban Development ($50).

Faculty and staff, Brown Station Elementary School, Gaithersburg ($126 from a turkey raffle).

Class of 1990, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria ($50).

Student Council, Strathmore Elementary School, Silver Spring ($51.15).

National Junior Beta Club, Bunker Hill Elementary School, Northeast Washington ($200).

Goddard Ski Club ($30).

Microbiology and Plant Pathology Lab, Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville ($50).

Employees, Construction Contracts Division (WQP), National Capital Region, General Services Administration ($40).

Employees, A. Morton Thomas and Associates Inc., Rockville ($60 from a Christmas raffle).

Airline Tariffs Publishing Co. ($76).

Girl Scout Troop 2202, Reston ($12 instead of exchanging holiday presents).

VIP Systems and customers, Alexandria ($320).

Staff, Builder Services Division, Perpetual Mortgage Co. ($160 in lieu of exchanging gifts).

Employees, Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity, Fort Belvoir ($115 via a bake sale).

Prince George's Home and Hospital Teachers Association ($25).

Mae Bernstein's Bet (second-grade) classes, B'nai Israel and Temple Israel branches, Consolidated Religious School of Greater Washington ($45).

National Junior Honor Society, Mills E. Godwin Middle School, Dale City ($56.14 via two after-school bake sales).

"All the ladies" at Raleighs Clearance Center, Potomac Mills ($46.26 from an auction).

French Club, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria ($50 through candy and bake sales).

Employees, Building 213, Washington Navy Yard ($3,651.11 through a bake sale and a model train raffle).

"Small Purchase" Coffee Club, Government Printing Office ($120).

Unisys staff, Patuxent River Operations, Lexington Park, Md. ($100 in lieu of exchanging Christmas cards).

Academies Recreational Activities Association, National Academy of Sciences ($3,571.46).

Transportation Research Board, National Research Council ($915).

Deaf Slammers Duplicate Bridge Club ($99.84).

Employees in the SDTA/SDTB branches, DMAHTC ($226).

Employees, VOB Auto Sales ($50).

Antioch Baptist Church, King George, Va. ($100).

Office of Inspector General, Washington Regional Office, Department of Veterans Affairs ($100).

Office of Security Assistance and Sales, Department of State .

Defense Communications Agency, Joint Data Systems Support Center, Department of Defense ($40).

Congregation Adat Reyim Youth Group ($50).

Employees, Center for Naval Analyses, Alexandria ($306.72).

Welcome Wagon of Vienna-Oakton ($25).

Chesapeake Senior Citizens, Chesapeake Beach, Md. ($50).

Employees, Computer Applications Division, Federal Communications Commission ($41).

Daniel Aultmon Supply, Northeast Washington ($30).

Student Government Association, St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's City, Md. ($70, with special thanks to Sandra Risko).

Response Operations Branch, Emergency Response Division, Environmental Protection Agency ($90.27).

Teamsters Local 639 ($2,500 from the annual golf tournament).

Eastern Kentucky Social Civic Club, Washington, D.C., Chapter ($100).

The children of Galway Elementary School, Silver Spring ($97.75 via a penny drive).

Mid Atlantic Sporting Goods Association ($276).

Customers and staff, the French Market ($297.97).

First-grade class, Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ, Bethesda ($25.70).

Employees, Fairchild Space Co., Germantown ($115 in memory of Ada Haines-Hammond).

Faculty, Francis T. Evans Elementary School, Clinton ($25).

Montgomery Blair High School, Class of 1940 ($10).

International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations ($2,094 raised at a conference here in April).

Acoustic Systems Branch, Naval Research Lab ($40.73 left over from last December's Christmas party).

Internal Revenue Service Golf League ($580 in lieu of prizes at a spring tournament).

BMF/IMF employees, Tax Systems Division, Internal Revenue Service ($633.50 from a fund-raiser at the annual picnic).

Student Council, Tayac Academy, Fort Washington ($11.74 collected from fifth- and sixth-graders during lunch).

Employees, Centel Federal Systems Inc., Reston ($2,011 raised at the company's annual picnic).

Bridge players who took part in the July 4 regional tournament sponsored by the Northern Virginia Bridge Association ($210, raised through an "Ask the Experts" booth and through the special efforts of Lynn Deas).

Parkside Citizens Association, Bethesda ($75.97 discovered in the till after the group disbanded).

The Adat Reyim Religious School Children, Springfield ($150, with special thanks to former principal Leslie Rosen).

Class of 1941, Woodrow Wilson High School ($25).

1989-90 fifth-graders, Farmland Elementary School, Rockville ($110 donated during the annual Read-A-Thon).

Corporate Metro Division, American Security Bank ($74 when no one hit the total-points pool at a Redskins-Philadelphia Eagles football game).

Lorton Unit 162, American Legion Auxiliary ($139).

Office of Enforcement Support, Department of Commerce ($50 in door prize proceeds from a Halloween party).

College Park Unit 217, American Legion Auxiliary ($200).

Silver Spring Memorial Post 2562, VFW Ladies Auxiliary ($100).

Many thanks, one and all.


Make a check or money order payable to Children's Hospital and mail it to Bob Levey, The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. 20071.