Presentation on theme: "2011 S TATE E MPLOYEE C HARITABLE C AMPAIGN. W HAT IS SECC? Thanks to legislation that created the State Employee Charitable Campaign in 1993, state agency."— Presentation transcript:
W HAT IS SECC? Thanks to legislation that created the State Employee Charitable Campaign in 1993, state agency and university employees in Texas enjoy the benefits of giving to many of their favorite charities through an annual workplace giving campaign which features the convenience of payroll deduction.
Choice –Over 450 agencies –54 local agencies Confidence –Strict eligibility requirements –Screening by state and local committees Convenience –Payroll deduction –Year-end statement of donations W HY SECC?
H OW D OES I T I MPACT ? CASA of the South Plains –provided volunteers who advocated for 901 abused and neglected children to help secure permanent placement in safe and caring environments. Catholic Family Service’s Emergency Assistance Program –provided dentures, medicines, hearing aids, eye glasses and transportation for 400 low income people 60 years and older. Literacy Lubbock –helped 433 adults learn to read and improve skills through individual tutoring, per-GED classes and English as a Second Language classes. Lubbock Rape Crisis Center –served 342 sexual assault victims with medical and legal advocacy, accompaniment and peer counseling services. Fielded 4,747 hot line calls and reached 7,761 in educational speeches. The Salvation Army –assisted 1,843 people with family services, gave 3,010 people food and shelter and served 29,899 daily meals. Volunteer Center of Lubbock –served 3,409 individuals through volunteer promotion, referral and recognition, nonprofit management assistance, workshops and consultations. 10,056 youth were involved in volunteerism and civic engagement. Women’s Protective Services –provided services to 3,419 individuals. Also, presented education programs reaching 18,633 individuals.
SECC Video http://www.depts.ttu.edu/secc/media/what.wmv
Number of Donors795 Participation33% Per Capita Giving$103 Average Employee Pledge$313 Lone Star Club Members244 Leadership Circle Members62 Final Campaign Total$250,278.33 Percentage of Goal92.7% TTUHSC RESULTS
Increase participation to 40 % –Up from 33% Involve students in the campaign Increase Lone Star Members –From 244 to 275 Increase Leadership Circle Members –From 62 to 70 Total funds pledged $255,000 W HAT DO WE WANT TO ACCOMPLISH ?
TTU$455,000 TTUHSC$250,000 TTUS$30,000 25 Area State Agencies$80,375 Total for Lubbock SECC$815,375 TTU = 56% of area campaign goal Texas Tech = 90% of area campaign HOW DO WE FIT INTO THE LUBBOCK AREA SECC GOAL ?
TTUHSC S TATISTICS www.ttuhsc.edu/relations/secc www.depts.ttu.edu/secc/links.asp www.secctexas.org www.facebook.com/pages/Greater-West-Texas-State- Employee-CharitableCampaign/103542263037744 www.unitedway-lubbock.org Online resources –Mini directory of Charities –Directory of Charities –Online pledge forms –Online Lone Star Forms –Online Report Forms –2010 Results and Annual Report 2010 Goals and Progress Reports R ESOURCES
Donor Information Important: Social Security#: Use R# Agency Name/Number: TTUHSC 739 ON LINE PLEDGE FORM
Acknowledgement Section Must be filled out to be acknowledged on Leadership Givers list Important: If neither option is selected, the donor will remain anonymous for ALL purposes related to the campaign. PLEDGE FORM
Designation Information Important: The first two numbers of the charity code must match if they are in the same vertical column. P LEDGE F ORM
Payment Options Payroll Deduction (signature required) or One-Time Gift PLEDGE FORM
Leadership $1,000 or more Lone Star Gold 1% annual income Lone Star Red & Black 1 hour per month Lone Star Club members will receive a mug and two (2) tickets to their choice of ONE basketball (men’s or women’s), baseball or softball game. The Lone Star Club is a suggested guide to giving. What an individual chooses to contribute is voluntary and all contributions are appreciated. LEVELS OF GIVING
Prize drawings will be held throughout the campaign. Autographed Billy Gillispie basketball * *Pledge forms must be received prior to September 30, 2011 Autographed Kristy Curry basketball** **Pledge forms must be received prior to October 12, 2011 Autographed Tommy Tuberville football*** ***Pledge forms must be received prior to October 25, 2011 Note:There is a minimum pledge amount of $5.00 per month in order to be eligible for an autographed item. Additional prize items include: Double T canvas chairs Texas Tech fleece throws Texas Tech t-shirts, caps and other memorabilia Health Sciences Center t-shirts, caps and other memorabilia I NCENTIVES