What is the FSECC Campaign?
The Florida State Employees’ Charitable Campaign, know as the “FSEC Campaign” or “FSECC”, is the only state-sanctioned charity drive among state employees in the workplace. Each year, state employees in Florida generously contribute approximately $4.9 million to their favorite charities through the FSEC Campaign. Until 1993, the campaign was authorized by a Cabinet Resolution. The 1993 Florida Legislature, however, authorized the campaign in Florida Law, (Section 110.181, Florida Statutes), in order to address concerns that the Cabinet Resolution provided insufficient authority to promulgate legally binding rules relating to the campaign. The FSEC Campaign is housed, for administrative purposes, in the Department of Management Services, is overseen by the FSEC Campaign Steering Committee comprised of nine state employee representatives, and is conducted by a private company, Solix, Inc. For more information regarding the FSECC, you may contact Solix at (816)347-9449 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The applications are located on their website at: www.fsecc.com (see our Agency Tools page for more information)
The Campaign was instituted to:
Provide state employees an opportunity to contribute to the charity or charities of their choice through an easy, payroll deduction process
Minimize the cost of fund-raising and reduce the work disruption caused by separate campaigns
Combine separate fund-raising drives for voluntary nonprofit agencies among state employees
Provide funds to charitable organizations that provide services and benefits for Florida’s citizens, thereby reducing the burdens of government on its taxpayers.