2017 State Combined Campaign

The 2017 State Combined Campaign is underway!

Training sessions have started and if you haven’t already registered…it is not too late!  Just contact the SCC office to learn what dates are available.

Mark you calendars!  The SCC Kickoff is slated for August 30th, starting at 9:30 AM at the RSA Activity Center at 201 Dexter Avenue in Montgomery.

We are pleased to announce that the Department of Early Childhood Education Secretary Jeana Ross has been named by Governor Kay Ivey to chair the State Combined Campaign and Steering Committee!  Thank you Secretary Ross!

Campaign materials are available.  Please give notice and schedule your pickup if you cannot attend a training.

We look forward to a great Campaign and hope you do too!

2016 State Combined Campaign exceeds Statewide Goal!

Thanks to the generosity of state employees, the Combined Campaign raised $791,750 to support more than 450 charities in 2016. That represents 101 percent of the statewide goal with 58 individual state agencies and boards exceeding their individual goals! Representatives from those agencies were honored today by Combined Campaign Steering Committee Chair Julie Magee and the Combined Campaign staff at an awards ceremony in the state Capitol auditorium on January 25, 2017.  Since the Campaign’s inception in 1993, more than $15.2 Million has been donated by State Employees to improve the lives of all Alabamians.

Magee dedicated the achievement in memory of Past Campaign Chair Tom Surtees, who recently lost his battle with cancer.  Magee stated Surtees was with us in spirit, celebrating the success.  Tom Surtees was SCC Chair from 2007-2013.  More than $6 million dollars was raised during his tenure as Chair.

* $791,750 pledged for 102.16% of Goal  
* Goal was $775,000
* 3% increase over 2015 totals
* Department of Revenue top percentage over goal 500+ employees ($62,957)
* Foresters Registration Board top percentage over goal >500 employees
* Department of Human Resources employees contributed $100,630
* Department of Correction employees contributed more than $83,035

2016 SCC Report Jan 26 2017