Capital Area SECC

 

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The State Employees Charitable Campaign provides State of Texas employees with the most efficient and consistent pathway possible for charitable giving, payroll deduction. Employees can contribute to nearly 1,000 charities which support the communities in which they live, work, volunteer and raise their families.

Thanks to the generosity of state employees, 

the 2019 Capital Area campaign raised $1.5 Million. 

map of Capital Area SECC service area

Capital Area – State Employee Charitable Campaign 

 

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Important Dates & Updates

Quick Links & Downloads

Virtual Training

Module 1: Welcome

Module 2: The Role of the Ambassador

Module 3: The Authroization Form

Module 4: Virtual Events

Module 5:  Working With Charities in a Digital Environment

Module 6: How to Handle Money & Paper Pledge Forms

Module 7: How to Make an Online Pledge

Module 8: How to Run Donation Reports

FAQs

Local Employee Committee Members

Capital Area SECC Contact

 


 

Important Dates & Updates

 

We Have One-Time Credit/Debit Donations!

For the first time, you can accept one-time credit/debit donations using Giving Nexus. This is an ecellent alternative to cash and checks for special events this year.

Learn: How to Make One-Time Credit Debit Payments

 

Did You Pick-Up Your Ambassador Packet?

If not, please contact capitalsecc@earthshare-texas.org



 

Quick Links & Downloads

2020 Digital Authorization/Pledge Form

2020 Online Authorization/Pledge Form

How to Make One-Time Credit/Debit Payments - NEW!

Charity Promotion Videos

List of Charities & Contact Information

List of Bank of America Locations

2020 Searchable Charity Directory

2020 Charity Directory

2020 Mini Charity Directory

SECC Campaign Coordinators Facebook Group

How to Make an Online Pledge

How to Make an Offline Pledge

Backgrounds for Zoom and Teams

FAQs

 

Graphics for Your Campaign

Small The Strength of People SECC 2020Small I am Texas Strong SECC secc logo together we care

SECC eSignature

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2020 SECC Capital Area Ambassador Training

 

All ambassador training will be online this year. This training should take about 1 - 2 hours and can be completed at your own pace.

We recommend you bookmark this page so you can easily reference material throughout the campaign and find the latest and updated information.

 

Module 1: Welcome!
with Theresa McShan, 2020 Chair

Theresa McShan 2020 SECC Welcome

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Transcript

 

Module 2: The Role of The Ambassador
with Kara Hester, Office of the Attorney General
and Carla Lawrence, Department of Public Safety

Kara Hester and Carla Lawrence 2020 SECC The Role of the Ambassador

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Transcript

 

Module 3: The Authorization/Pledge Form
with Theresa McShan, SECC Chair and Health & Human Service Commission
and Jessica Crabtree, Health & Human Services Commission

Theresa McShan Jessica Crabtree 2020 SECC Authorization Form

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Transcript

2020 Digital Authorization/Pledge Form

 

Module 4: Virtual Events
with Lacie Levy, EarthShare of Texas & Local Campaign Assistant

Lacie Levy Texas SECC Ambassador Training Virtual Events

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Transcript

 

Module 5: Working with Charities in the Digital Environment
with Emma Cravey, EarthShare of Texas & Local Campaign Director

Emma Cravey SECC 2020 Working With Charities

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Transcript

Charity Promotion Videos

List of Charities & Contact Information

 

Module 6: How to Handle Money & Paper Pledge Forms
with Ginger Stieber, EarthShare of Texas & Local Campaign Manager

Ginger Stieber 2020 SECC How to Handle Money and Paper Pledge Forms

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Transcript

List of Bank of America Locations

 

Module 7: How to Make an Online Pledge
with Greg Bennett, United Ways of Texas & State Campaign Manager

Greg Bennett SECC 2020 How to Make an Online Pledge

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Transcript

How to Make an Online Pledge

How to Make an Offline Pledge

 

Module 8: How to Run Donation Reports
with Greg Bennett, United Ways of Texas & State Campaign Manager

Greg Bennett SECC 2020 How to Run Donation Reports

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Transcript

www.secctexasgiving.org/_capitalarea/

 



Frequently Asked Questions

 

Webinar

capital area secc 2020 q&a

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Download the FAQ Document Here

 

 


 

 

The Local Employee Committee

State employees volunteer to provide oversight througout the campaign.


Theresa McShan, 2019 Chair

Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Sylvia McPherrson, 2019 Vice Chair
Texas Workforce Commission
Local Employee Committee
Carla Lawrence
Employee Retirement System of Texas
Carol Harper
Office of Court Administration
Maria Moreno
Texas Medical Board
Marie Welsch
Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Regina Sinnard
Texas Department of Public Safety
Reuben Leslie
Retiree (HHSC)

Theresa McShan, 2020 Chair

Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Regina Sinnard, 2020 Vice Chair

Texas Department of Public Safety

Brian Francis, Honorary Chair

Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation

 

Marie Welsch, Texas Juvenile Justice Department

Maria Moreno, Texas Medical Board

Carla Lawrence, Department of Public Safety

Danyale Bryant, Department of State Health Services

Kara Hester, Office of the Attorney General- Child Support

Jessica Crabtree, Texas Health and Human Services Commission

 

 

Local Campaign Managers

Emma Cravey, Local Campaign Director
EarthShare of Texas

Ginger Stieber, Local Campaign Manager
EarthShare of Texas

Lacie Levy, Local Campaign Assistant
EarthShare of Texas


CAPITAL AREA SECC CONTACT

Emma Cravey - capitalsecc@earthshare-texas.org