Below are the roles and responsibilities of the SECC campaigns:
SECC Steering Committee according to Executive Order #53 guidelines
To organize and implement the State Employees' Charitable Campaign.
To assure the SECC has the organizational capacity to target areas for campaign emphasis and track the progress of the campaign.
To orient and train your campaign team.
To help develop promotional activities that generate enthusiasm and provide effective education about SECC's services.
To assure adequate campaign supplies.
To establish a reporting process that enables you to monitor the campaign effectively.
To distribute employee donations to the appropriate agencies.
To provide leadership for the Department's/Agency's campaign by working with the SECC Steering Committee, SECC Coordinator, top management, labor leadership and campaign volunteers.
To work with the SECC Steering Committee, SECC Coordinator, and the Department's/Agency's Captains in developing, scheduling, and implementing the campaign.
To obtain the support and involvement of both top management and labor personnel in the campaign.
To recruit and train all Captains within the Department/Agency.
To oversee the timely distribution of campaign supplies and materials.
To attend training and to become familiar with all campaign materials in order to:
To become familiar with the reporting instructions and submit your reports in a timely fashion by giving the envelopes to the Department SECC Chair.
To ensure every employee turns in a pledge card for complete records and that each contributor takes his/her pink copy (page 3) of the pledge card. The yellow copies (page 2) are sent to your Department/Agency Payroll Office. The white copies (page 1) are to be sent to the Office of Management and Budget, Human Resource Management.