The State Employee Charitable Campaign returns to UTMB this month, and it promises to raise more than just dollars. With a zombie and Halloween-inspired theme, it’ll be spooky and it’ll be fun. But most importantly, it’ll provide UTMB’s incredibly generous workforce an easy way to put their dollars to work for good, for the communities and causes that matter to them.
This year, James Graham, from the Division of Rehabilitation Sciences, leads the charge in a campaign unlike any other. Watch as he unearths a legion of generous contributors who will claw and crawl toward our goal of $525,000.
The campaign allows employees to decide what and who they support, selecting from hundreds of local, national and international charities. No pledge is too small, and contributions may be made online, via payroll deduction, or via paper pledge forms. The campaign runs from Oct. 7 through Nov. 14.
Supporting a favorite charity through the SECC is an easy, effective and cost-efficient way to give. It will make you feel alive.
Learn more, review the available charities and make your pledge at www.utmb.edu/SECC