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About MSECCA

The Maine State Employees Combined Charitable Appeal (MSECCA) was established to create a single, coordinated campaign to encourage financial support for various charitable agencies from current and retired State employees. All donations through the MSECCA campaign are voluntary.

Campaign Kickoff: September 6, 2017!

This years MSECCA Campaign begins on September 6, 2017. Employees may make online contributions through mid-December. Paper pledge forms may be submitted by both employees and retirees at any time throughout the year.

Payment Methods

You may contribute any amount from $1 and up through either payroll deduction or by making a lump sum contribution.  Simply indicate the payment method that best suits your charitable giving plans.

MSECCA Chair and Program Administrator

The Governor annually designates a Campaign Chairperson. The Chair for the 2017 MSECCA campaign is David B. Bernhardt, Commissioner of the Department of Transportation. Volunteers from each agency assist by answering questions from co-workers and encouraging participation in the campaign.

This year the program will be administered by:

United Way of Kennebec Valley
121 Commercial St.
Augusta, ME 04330
207-626-3400

All MSECCA contributions and payroll deduction pledges are deposited at the Kennebec Savings Bank and distributed by the campaign administrator quarterly to MSECCA charities in accordance with employee designations.

Designation of Contributions

You may designate all or part of your annual pledge to any charity listed in the MSECCA donor guide or one you enter manually. For example, if you are giving a total of $300 over the course of the year, you could give $300 to a single charity or $50 to six different charities. If you wish to designate to another charity not listed a minimum donation of $100 is required for each write in agency.

Make a Pledge

Visit the "Donate" page to view the many ways to make a pledge whether it be online, in person or by mail! Psst...Donating online is secure, saves paper, and reduces administrative costs!