FOR ALL STATE EMPLOYEES: Don’t forget to make your gift through the NJSECC!

The New Jersey State Employee Charitable Campaign (NJSECC) has kicked off their campaign. The Campaign began September 17th, at the New Jersey State Museum and included a welcome from the New Jersey Commissioner of Education and one of this year's Campaign Chair, David Hespe.
The ECC is the only approved charitable payroll deduction solicitation of state employees. This drive supports the work of approved charitable agencies and organizations. These agencies fight disease, make life more meaningful for the young and elderly, assist the impoverished, and help people to become economically self-sufficient.
By combining the major fund-raising appeals of the voluntary agencies included in the ECC, administrative costs are kept to a minimum, thereby ensuring that the largest percent possible of contributions are used to help those in need. Only 10% of the total dollars pledged are used to cover the administrative cost of the ECC. This 10% cap has been determined by the New Jersey State Treasury Department and is overseen by the ECC steering committee, comprised of the participating federated organizations and a labor representative.
Donors are encouraged to designate their contributions to any approved agency. To make a donation to United Way of Greater Union County through this campaign, visit and Click Pledge Now and enter code 2500!  Campaign Ends on December 18th!
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