Greater El Paso Combined Campaigns

UWEPC is proud to serve as the manager of fiscal agent for Combined Public Sector Campaigns. Contributions from these campaigns are directed to specific agencies as designated by the donors. 

 

STATE EMPLOYEE CHARITABLE CAMPAIGN 

 

The State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) was created by legislation in 1993. The first campaign was run in 1994, and raised $2,027,751. Since then, through the efforts and generosity of many state employees, the campaign has grown to exceed $9.031 million donated to charitable organizations in 2015. The Texas campaign is one of the largest state employee campaigns in the nation — and it’s still growing!

  • Texas Health and Human Services Commission 
  • Texas Department of Public Safety
  • Texas Department of Transportation 
  • Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
  • University of Texas at El Paso 

 

COUNTY & CITY EMPLOYEES COMBINED CHARITABLE CAMPAIGN 

 

The City and County Employees Combined Charities Campaign (CECCC) is the single authorized solicitation of city and county employees to benefit voluntary agencies that provide programs and services to meet the needs in our community, across the state and around the country.

  • El Paso County
  • City of El Paso

2017 APPLICATION FOR PUBLIC SECTOR CHARITABLE CAMPAIGNS

 

The Local Employee Committees of the City* and County of El Paso Charitable Campaigns are accepting applications from federations and local unaffiliated organizations for the El Paso Area Combined Campaigns. Follow the links below to apply. 

 

The deadline to submit all applications is Wed., May 10, 2017, no later than 5 p.m. Applications should be mailed or delivered to: 

 

Attn: Liz Rivero 
El Paso Combined Charities Campaign
100 N. Stanton 
Suite 500
El Paso, TX 79901

Please follow the instructions provided in the application packet. Should you have any questions, please call our office at (915) 533 - 2434 ext. 223. 

 

FEDERATIONS PLEASE NOTE: 

 

2017 is a RE-CERTIFICATION year. Full applications (meaning affiliate attachments) for re-certifying affiliate applicants are not necessary. 

 

Re-certifying lessens the amount of documentation needed in order to apply. Only 2016 participating affiliate agencies are eligible for re-certification. 

 

Please use ATTACHMENT I template to see which agencies are eligible. 

 

*The City of El Paso does not require a soliciation permit for charitable purposes. 

 

    
 

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT 

 

Liz Rivero

Combined Campaign Specialist

(915) 533 - 2434 ext. 223