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Congratulations on a very successful 2016 campaign

Dear UTMB Colleagues,

David Callender, UTMB President

Congratulations! Once again, our UTMB family has demonstrated its compassion and generosity by contributing $584,494 to the 2016 State Employee Charitable Campaign, exceeding our ambitious goal this year by almost $60,000!  We owe this phenomenal result to the generous support of 3,271 employees from across our organization.

Each of your dollars contributed to the 2016 SECC campaign will make a difference in the lives of our neighbors-in-need, in all of the communities where we live, work and serve.

I appreciate the hard work of campaign chairman Dr. James Graham and a very creative steering committee, and I extend my special thanks to the more than 60 “SECC Ambassadors” who helped champion the effort in their areas.

I’d especially like to share my genuine thanks with each of you who helped continue our university’s strong legacy of giving during this year’s campaign.  Your generosity is a significant point of pride for all of us at UTMB Health, and a very fitting way to start this season of gratitude, sharing and giving.

With thanks and wishes for the happiest of holidays,

Dr. David L. Callender

Campaign ends Monday at midnight

Campaign passes the $550,000 mark and still going strong

The 2016 State Employee Charitable Campaign ends at midnight on Monday, Nov. 14. As of Thursday morning, there were 3,050 employees (23%) who had already participated, contributing $553,325. Thank you UTMB for your support and your generosity.

We’re not done yet…we know there are a lot of fantastic and generous UTMB employees on all our campuses and throughout the state who plan to give, but haven’t had the time. Please don't let this opportunity pass, every dollar matters to the people and causes we support.

We are pleased to present a list of areas that have had 100% participation, as of 9 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10. Each of the employees in these areas will have an additional 100 megabytes of storage capacity added to their email accounts:

  • Academy of Master Teachers
  • ADC General Accounting
  • ADC Marketing
  • Assoc Dean for Research Services
  • BMSL - Clear Lake Clinic
  • BOF - Administrative Support
  • BOF - West Area
  • BSL4 Maintenance
  • Capital Planning & Reporting
  • Catering
  • Center Eliminate Health Disparities
  • Clinical Content
  • Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  • Community Relations
  • Data Analytics
  • Dean of Health Professions
  • Decision Support Analysis
  • EHS-Environmental Radiation Safety
  • EHS-Hazardous Waste Management
  • EHS-Occupational Safety
  • Executive Vice President
  • Eye, Ear, and Trans Sc ASG
  • Faculty Group Practice
  • FEMA Accounting
  • Ferry Road Apartments
  • Finance
  • Finance Reporting
  • Forecasting, Budgeting & Analysis
  • Friendswood - Ophthalmology
  • Friendswood - Providers
  • Government Relations
  • Health Outcomes
  • Health System - Finance
  • Hlth Policy & Legis Affairs
  • HR ADA
  • HR Benefits
  • HR Business Center
  • HR CMC Beeville
  • HR CMC Huntsville
  • HR CMC Palestine
  • HR Compensation
  • HR Corp Administration
  • HR Diversity
  • HR Employee Health
  • HR Employee Leave & Injury Management
  • HR Employee Records
  • HR Employee Relations
  • HR Solutions & Analytics
  • Incinerator Service Center
  • Institutional Support Finance
  • Internal Investigations
  • IS-AdminSys-AppMgmt
  • IS-AdminSys-IncidentMgmt
  • IS-AdminSys-SolutionMgmt
  • IS-AdminSyst-Gen
  • IS-Business Operations
  • IS-ClinDoc-Rad
  • IS-ClinRev-Billing
  • IS-ClinRev-Gen
  • IS-ClinRev-Int
  • IS-Enterprise-WebDesign
  • IS-Leadership
  • IS-Ops-AccessMgmt
  • IS-Ops-Projects
  • IS-Ops-VoiceSrvs
  • IS-Security
  • IS-Support Admin
  • IS-Training
  • Knowledge Mgmt & Data Resource
  • Legislative Affairs
  • Mail Services
  • Nursing Administration TDCJ
  • Ob/Gyn - Katy - SOM
  • Ob/Gyn - Pearland - SOM
  • Ob/Gyn Publications
  • Office of Acad&Student Affairs
  • Office of Legal and Reg Affair
  • Office of Technology Transfer
  • Office of the Pres Operations
  • Office of the President - SUF
  • Oliver Cntr Pt Sfty Qty HlthCr
  • Onc Pat Svcs & Trans Res
  • Ophthalmology Clinic
  • Ophthalmology Research
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
  • Outpatient Imaging Ctr-S Shore
  • Pastoral Care-Hosp Chaplaincy
  • Payroll Svcs
  • PCP Administration
  • Pediatric Cardiology Lab
  • Portfolio Management
  • Post-Ike Surplus Warehouse
  • Presidents Office
  • Primary Care Services
  • Process Improvement
  • Records Management
  • Respiratory Care
  • Rev Integrity & Reimbursement
  • Revenue Cycle Bursar''s Office
  • Revenue Cycle Operation Support
  • Revenue Cycle Solutions
  • Sealy Cntr for Cancer Biology
  • Service Line Operations
  • SON Business Affairs Office
  • SON DNP Program
  • SON Nursing Simulation Lab
  • SON Projects And Grants
  • Student Life
  • Supply Chain Help Desk Support
  • TDCJ Hospital Administration
  • Texas City ENT
  • Texas City Ophthalmology Clinic
  • Texas City Pedi - Providers
  • Texas City Phlebotomy
  • Texas City Urology
  • Treasury Services
  • University Events Administration
  • Utilities Business Services
  • UTMB Cardiology Clinic-Angleton
  • UTMB Primary Care Clinic-Angleton
  • UTMBHCS Administration
  • VL - Phlebotomy
  • Volunteer Services
  • VP Finance AE Operations
  • VP Finance Inst Decision Suppo
  • VP Financial Acctg & Rptg
  • VP, Budget & Analysis
  • VPE Education West Region
  • Womens Spec Care-League City
  • Womens Speclty Care-Galveston
  • Thank you all! See how your team is doing.

    Great work, we made it.

    Thank you! We made our goal, but let's keep going.

    Congratulations UTMB! We made our goal, passing $525,000 on Saturday night, more than a week early. Thank you to all who’ve already helped make this such a banner year. But we’re not done yet…we know there are a lot of fantastic and generous UTMB employees on all our campuses and throughout the state who plan to give, but haven’t had the time. The campaign closes at midnight, on Monday, Nov. 14. Every dollar matters to the people and causes we support; how much more can we raise?

    SECC approaches $500K as we head into final leg

    Dear Fellow Zombie and/or Animal Lovers,

    David Graham, 2016 SECC Chair

    We’re in the final stretch of the 2016 State Employee Charitable Campaign. I’m very grateful and amazed at the tremendous support we’ve had this year. As I write we’ve passed the $490,000 mark in our march toward $525,000, with support from more than 2,600 employees from all areas of our university.

    We’re at a critical time in the campaign, with a little more than a week to go. The SECC closes this year on Monday, Nov. 14.

    We’ve had fun with our zombies, but this is the time of year we look ahead to another holiday, to gathering with friends and family to show gratitude for our many blessings. I know I have much to be thankful about. Among them, I am thankful and appreciative for your incredible support, and grateful for the good it will make possible in the communities where we live and work.

    Remember, every dollar we raise matters, every gift is appreciated regardless of the amount, and where your dollars go is your choice.  If you’ve not yet made a contribution, now is the time.

    With heartfelt thanks and best wishes for a happy, healthy and zombie-free rest of the year,

    James Graham, PhD, DC
    School of Health Professions
    2016 SECC Chair

    We're approaching $450,000

    It's Nov. 2 and we're nearing the $450,000 point. This campaign is ALIVE and kicking!

    Nothing gets a zombie's blood boiling like a blocked-up email account. We've always highlighted and celebrated the areas that reach 100 percent participation in the campaign. In 2014, each person in every area that reached 100 percent participation had the size of their email storage allotment increased by 100 megabytes. It was a very popular perk we called "100 mbs for 100 percent." We're happy to announce that the storage increase incentive returns this year. Muster up your colleagues and make space for more spam and bloated attachments!

    SECC 2016 offers a spine-chilling opportunity to help others and feel alive

    Dear Members of the UTMB Community:

    David Graham, 2016 SECC Chair

    I’m honored to chair UTMB Health’s 2016 State Employee Charitable Campaign, and I’m hoping you’ll join this year’s legion of generous givers.

    SECC 2016 promises to raise more than just dollars. With a zombie-inspired theme, it'll be both spooky and fun. Most importantly, it once again provides us with an easy way to put our dollars to work for the communities and causes that are important to and rely on us.

    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.

    We’ll be clawing and crawling toward our goal of $525,000, and we dare you to join in, enlist your fiendish friends and co-workers, and celebrate our progress. UTMB is experiencing extraordinary growth across the region. The SECC is our opportunity to help the people, further the causes, and strengthen the communities that benefit from our support.

    You can learn more, review the 100s of available charities, and make your pledge from these pages.

    Let’s all give with our Hearts…and our Brainssss!

    James Graham, PhD, DC
    School of Health Professions
    2016 SECC Chair

    Coming soon: SECC 2016

    In 2014, Todd Leach as the Tin Man led us on an adventure down the yellow brick road; our efforts yielded more than half-a-million dollars and made over-the-rainbow dreams come true for the charities, causes and people we supported.

    In 2015, the battle took place among the stars, where our alliance of committed employees — led by Jedi Master David Marshall — proved they could summon the power of the Force for another half-million-dollar effort. Good hearts and generous spirits conquer all.

    This year, James Graham from the Division of Rehabilitation Sciences leads the resurrection in an epic campaign unlike any other. Watch as he unearths a legion of generous contributors who will claw and crawl toward our supernatural goal of $525,000. It'll be spooky, it'll be fun, and most importantly it'll help the people, further the causes, and strengthen the communities that benefit from our support.

    The next campaign officially sprouts on Oct. 7, 2016. (But psst, we'll let you in on a secret. If you want to make your pledge or gift now, you can. Give it a shot.)

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