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 2018 Capital Area campaign raised $1.8 Million. 

map of Capital Area SECC service area

Capital Area – State Employee Charitable Campaign 



2018 Workplace Ambassador Resources

1)      Workplace Ambassador Guide

2)      Ambassador Tool Kit

3)      SECC Accessible Pledge Form

4)      Pledge Giving Nexus (select agency only)

5)      Charity Search – Giving Nexus (recommended)

6)      2018 Charity Guide Booklet – PDF 

7)     2018 Mini Directory

8)      Thermometer  (color) | (greyscale) 

9)     Campaign Posters

10)   Charity Speaker Request

11)   Charity Fair Request

12)   Certificate of Appreciation/ Award for Volunteers

13)   Frequently Asked Questions

14)  Videos (SECC Capital Area youtube channel)

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

16)   Formulario de autorización de la Campana (SECC Authorization Form – Front)

17)   Formulario de autorización de la Campana Instrucciones (SECC Authorization Form – Back)


photo of the Capital Area SECC Local Employee Committee

Local Employee Committee - State employees and campaign leaders who provide oversight.

Member, Rhonda Jefferson, Texas General Land Office

Member, Carol Harper, Office of Court Administration

Member, Reuben Leslie, Retiree (HHSC)

Member, Sylvia McPherson, Texas Workforce Commission

Chair, Theresa McShan, Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Member, Marie Welsch, Texas Juvenile Justice Department

Member, Milly I. Lopez, The University of Texas at Austin

Member, Maria Moreno, Texas Medical Board

Member, Regina Sinnard, Texas Department of Public Safety

Member, Carla Lawrence, Employee Retirement System of Texas


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