I am proud of the commitment made by California State Employees to build stronger communities not only through your work at the state, but also by your charitable contributions to the California State Employee Charitable Campaign.
The California State Employees Charitable Campaign (CSECC) was established in 1957 to provide a single charitable fund-raising drive in the State community. This is the 55th year of CSECC providing California State employees the opportunity to utilize payroll deduction to support charitable organizations they feel passionate about. The California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board provides oversight of the CSECC and the enabling regulations for the campaign are found in the California Administrative Code.
Although the CSECC is commonly referred to as if it were a single
entity, it actually encompasses 29 regional campaigns throughout
the state. This past year these campaigns solicited more than
297,000 California State employees through the CSECC.
The California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board
(VCGCB) selects the organization best qualified to manage the
CSECC in a designated geographical area. These organizations are
known as Principal Combined Fund Drive (PCFD) Agencies and are
traditionally local United Ways. There are 29 PCFD Agencies
included in the 2012 CSECC.
Some of the ways in which the local PCFD facilitates the
Delivering of pledge forms to local offices for each
Serving as a liaison between the PCFD and the state
department and their employees in that region
Assisting volunteers with all CSECC materials
Coordinating volunteers and speakers for meetings
Providing training for all CSECC volunteers
Please search below by county to find out which PCFD serves you.
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