State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC)

State Employee Charitable Campaign

In addition to its own annual charitable campaign, United Way of Denton County facilitates the Texas State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) across Cooke, Denton, Fannin, Grayson and Montague counties, the only authorized workplace campaign for over 8,000 state and higher education employees since 1993.

Every year from September 1st to October 31st, with the management and oversight of a Local Employee Committee, United Way of Denton County staff help state employees donate hundreds of thousands of dollars to charities both local and statewide.

For more information about the State Employee Charitable Campaign or if you have any questions about the application process, please contact Jodi Ramon at (940) 566-5851 or e-mail.

Denton Area Local Employee Committee:

Congratulations to 2013 Award Winners in the Denton Area:

Texas Department of Public Safety
State Agency with 5000+ employees
Greatest Participation
Largest Per Capita Gift

Texas Woman's University
Higher Education Institution with 751-2000 employees
Greatest Participation
Largest Per Capita Gift

Thank you to SECC Leadership Givers in
Cooke, Denton, Fannin, Grayson and Montague counties!

An SECC leadership gift will provide far-reaching opportunities for your favorite charitable organizations, enabling them to address a wider range of health and human service issues due to your increased generosity.

SECC Resources and Materials

SECC Coordinator Guide

Sample Higher Education Pledge Form

Sample State Agency Pledge Form

SECC Website

Searchable Database of Eligible Charities

SECC Materials in Spanish

¿De qué se trata? (What's it all about?)

Formulario de autorización de la Campana SECC (SECC Authorization Form - Front)

Formulario de autorización de la Campana SECC (SECC Authorization Form - Back)

Thank You to our 2013 State Employee Charitable Campaign Partners
Denton State Supported Living Center
Texas Alcohol & Beverage Commission
Texas Department of Assistive & Rehabilitative Services
Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Texas Department of Insurance
Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas Department of Transportation
Texas Division of Workers' Compensation
Texas Health & Human Services Commission
Texas Historical Commission
Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Texas Land Office
Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
Texas Veterans Commission
Texas Woman's University
University of North Texas
University of North Texas System

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