Every year, Sacramento County employees participate in an employee-organized fundraising campaign to support local and global nonprofit organizations. To report on the success of the 2018 Employee Giving Campaign, the Campaign’s Chair and Director for the Office of Economic Development, Troy Givans, presented the results on Jan. 29 to the Board of Supervisors.
The theme of this year’s campaign, “Sacramento County Cares,” highlights the generosity and concerns that employees show when they support the causes that improve the quality of life in their local communities and the world around them.
This year’s campaign included a new online donation system, Giving Matters 365, which expanded the County’s paperless initiative and streamlined donations through only payroll deductions, and credit/debit card contributions.
Giving campaign events included the annual 5K race/walk held at Discovery Park and a successful golf tournament held at Ancil Hoffman Golf Course.
Donations were provided to six federations of charitable organizations, as well as 17 non-profit Sacramento County programs that serve our communities.
The grand total of the 2018 donations came to $273,024.
2018 Chair, Co-Chairs and Loaned Executives:
Chair, Troy Givans, Office of Economic Development
- Loaned Executive: Kim Lettini
Co-Chair, Chief Lee Seale, Sacramento Probation
- Loaned Executive: Peggy Hower, Monika Lopez and Cindy Coy
Co-Chair, Doug Sloane, Waste Management
- Loaned Executives: Eric Vanderbilt and Melissa Schultz
Sacramento County Departments with the highest donations:
- 1-99 Employees – County Counsel; County Clerk/Recorder
- 100-299 Employees – Public Defender; Assessor
- 300+ Employees – Sheriff; Human Assistance