SECA: My Story...
Please join me in supporting the 2012 State Employee Combined Appeal (SECA), the commonwealth’s annual charitable giving drive. Through SECA you have an opportunity to help others in their time of need by supporting one or more of the nearly 1400 participating charities. Whether you support conserving our natural resources, providing assistance to the elderly, provide shelter for a needy family, support medical research, or provide disaster relief for those whose lives have been disrupted you can find organizations whose missions are consistent with causes you care most about.
We realize that most of us make our charitable contributions in a variety of ways, donating to your cause through the SECA payroll deduction program is convenient, provides you a record of your contribution, and provides you the assurance that your charitable giving dollars are going to an organization that has registered with the Pennsylvania Department of State (which oversees charitable organizations in the commonwealth).
You can make a pledge by completing the pledge form and either designate your contribution to a specific organization or not designate which will automatically divide your contribution among the 8 umbrella organizations supported by SECA. Please consider becoming a Guideline Giver by donating the equivalent of one hour’s worth of wages per month, which is less than 1% of your annual salary. You can find a listing of the organizations supported by SECA by viewing the Resource Guide. You can also make a one-time contribution by money order or check.
Upon making a pledge or contribution, please print out the completed form and return it to Human Resources located in the Kemp Building.
If you have questions about SECA or would like to learn more about how to make a donation please contact Bob Watrous the KU SECA Coordinator at: email@example.com
The SECA campaign runs through November 9, 2012. Please consider supporting your charitable cause through SECA.
I GIVE BECAUSE IT HELPS THOSE IN NEED!
KU SECA Campaign Chair