The University of Texas at Dallas Volunteer Training - SECC Background and History Statewide & Local Organizations SECC Materials Pilot Online Giving Demonstration. Mission Moment: Academic Bridge Program Callier Center . Catrina Clemens, MSW – Director [email protected]
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The University of Texas at DallasVolunteer Training -
SECC Background and History
Statewide & Local Organizations
Pilot Online Giving Demonstration
Academic Bridge Program
Payroll deduction is easy, convenient and confidential
Every charity application is reviewed by a team of state employees
There are over 600 charities to choose from. Something for everyone!
DFW Metroplex SECC Local Employee Committee Members
Lindsey Klein (chair), Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Thom Chesney, Ph.D. (vice chair), Dallas County Community College District
David J. Brown, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Jean Deakyne, University of Texas at Arlington
Mary Golden, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Doris Hickerson, DARS/Division for Rehabilitation Services
Natalie Layfield, DARS/Division for Rehabilitation Services
Shanon Patrick, The University of Texas at Dallas
Joan S. Reisch, Ph.D., The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Angela Rivers, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services
Terri Tackett, Texas Office of the Inspector General
SECC is Voluntary
Individual choice – no coercion
Important to ensure each employee’s decision to give or not to give is respected
Important to ensure that each employee’s decision is confidential
Full Charity Guide
Mini Charity Guide
Key elements include: the organization’s six-digit SECC code, the charity name, the contact phone number, web address, a 25-word statement of purpose (except in abbreviated listings), and the administrative and fundraising expense rate (AFR).
A key role of a federation is to evaluate member charities annually to ensure they meet high standards of performance and financial integrity.
Statewide: Provide services across the state of Texas and locally.
Local: only provide services in the DFW Metroplex area
Not affiliated with a federation
Only provide services in the DFW Metroplex Area
Online Payroll Deduction
Starts with the 1st Calendar Year pay check, January 1st, 2013.
Easy and impacts agency all year!
Must be renewed annually through SECC.
Check- Made payable to DFW SECC
Check- Made payable to DFW SECC
Leadership Givers make annual gifts of $1,000 or more to the DFW Metroplex Area SECC.
Yellow Rose Circle: $1,000-$2,499
Bluebonnet Circle: $2,500-$4,999
Alamo Circle: $5,000-$9,999
Lone Star Circle: $10,000 or more
Pilot Online Giving Program: www.gift4charity.org/_dfwseccImportant things to remember: Payroll Deduction OnlyCan choose no more than 6 charitiesOnly faculty can select 9 month optionOne time gifts contact:Paula Bratt at ext. 2151
2012 Campaign: Payroll Deduction
2012 Campaign: One Time Gift
(on or before December 31)
Can claim these deductions for 2012
Q & A