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Facts About Last Year’s SECC
- The 2011/2012 State Employees’ Community Campaign (SECC) raised $1,217,676 which benefited 1,600 charitable organizations.
- Nearly 6,000 employees participated in the SECC. The per capita contribution was nearly $35.
- The success of the 2011/2012 SECC was assured by the 1,423 men and women who made a Champion-level contribution (a half-hour's pay per pay period). They contributed $739,680, more than half of the total raised through the 2011/2012 SECC.
- Recognition is given to those state agencies where 20% or more of its donors make a contribution at the Champion-level of giving. Last year, 65 state agencies were recognized with the Champion Award, which is more than half of the state agencies.
- Leadership Giving: In the SECC just completed, a significant number of state employees made a Torchbearer Society-level contribution ($1,000 or more). In the 2011/2012 SECC, 186 state employees were members of the Torchbearer Society, contributing more than $302,258, nearly 25% of the total raised.
- In the past 34 years, state employees have raised nearly $24 million for 1,600 nonprofit charitable organizations helping thousands of people and pets who otherwise might not have received the help they needed.