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Apply For 2020 Certification- Closes on Feb. 28th

Nonprofit certification for the Fall 2020 Our Promise Campaign is available! From now until February 28th, we will give every qualified nonprofit in California the opportunity to register with the Our Promise: California State Employees Giving at Work campaign, the largest charitable campaign in the state. 

Please note: Charities must have a valid 501(c)(3) status with the IRS and charities must be in good standing with the Registry of Charitable Trusts to operate or to solicit for charitable purposes in California. A registration that is delinquent, suspended or revoked is not in good standing. (Gov. Code, § 12599.6, subd. (f)(1); Cal. Code Regs., tit 11, §999.9.4.)  

A charity that is not in compliance with the registration and reporting requirements listed above will not be an eligible charity to participate in Our Promise: California State Employees Giving at Work Initiative. 

Please select your appropriate link below for proper application:

Independent Nonprofits: If you are applying as an Independent nonprofit(not involved with a Federation), apply here.

Federations(Non-PCFD): Learn the steps for member nonprofit collection here, and apply here

PCFDs(Local United Ways): Learn the steps for member nonprofit collection here, and apply here

For any questions, please email us at OPcertification@uwccr.org, or call our hotline at (888)863-6466.

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2020 Nonprofit Certification Instructions
for PCFD's only

Certification is open for PCFD’s (aka United Ways) to apply for the 2020 Our Promise: California State Employees Giving at Work Initiative (OP). A PCFD is an organization responsible for managing the State employee’s campaign in a specified geographic region. PCFDs are selected by the Department of General Services (DGS) on an annual basis. PCFD’s are required to apply for certification every year. A PCFD and its member organizations are required to meet all of the OP Initiative eligibility criteria to include additional terms for PCFD’s. 

PCFD’s apply for certification on behalf of themselves and their partner organizations. This gives each PCFD the opportunity to identify their member organizations and ensure all of them make the certification listing.

HOW TO APPLY:

Step 1: Download the OP Nonprofit Listing Template and gather all necessary data for each of your member organizations. Please review the list of terms before you start compiling information. Include your PCFD’s information first, and all of your member organization’s information listed after. PCFD’s must apply every year. All information provided must be current and correct. If information is submitted that is not current or accurate, the nonprofit will be denied certification. 

Step 2: You must check that each of your member organizations is a valid 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and in good standing with the Registry of Charitable Trusts to operate or to solicit for charitable purposes in California. An unregistered charity or a registered charity that is delinquent, suspended or revoked is not in good standing. (Gov. Code, § 12599.6, subd. (f)(1); Cal. Code Regs., tit 11, §999.9.4.) A charity that is not in compliance with the registration and reporting requirements listed above, will not be certified in the Our Promise: California State Employees Giving at Work Initiative. 

Step 3: Each PCFD must download, sign and then upload the signed copy of the 2020 PCFD Agreement. This agreement must be signed by your CEO. 

Step 4: Once you have completed your OP nonprofit listing and completed the PCFD agreement you can apply and attach your listing spreadsheet and signed agreement form. The deadline for submission is February 28, 2020. We will not accept late submissions.

Step 5: We will notify you of your PCFD approval status and your member organizations status by mid-April. You are responsible for notifying your member organizations of their approval or denied status in this campaign.

For any questions, please contact OPcertification@uwccr.org.

Charity Tax ID # 611771715OP Code # 2700479

Ranger Road

100% of proceeds go directly to funding the programs and events servicing veterans. Together we hope to impact those who have served and protected our great USA!

3257 Monier Circle, #A, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 844-5531
Charity Tax ID # 954538450OP Code # 9356

Special Olympics Southern California

Provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities at no cost to the athletes or their families.

1600 Forbes Way, Suite 200, Long Beach, CA 90810
(562) 502-1100
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Samuel Turner

California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA)

Job Title 

Senior Physical Security Analyst

What is a brief description of your job?

Perform risk management and safety checks on agency buildings. Manage various contracts related to security operation.

What is your favorite part about the program or the opportunity to be a part of the program? 

Helping benefit nonprofits

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Esther Vicente
Dept. Corrections and Rehabilitation

Job Title 

Staff Services Manager I

What is a brief description of your job?

Manage the payment of service contract invoices.

What is your favorite part about the program or the opportunity to be a part of the program? 

It is an opportunity to use my skills set to help others.

What inspires you to give through the Our Promise campaign? 

Helping those most in need.

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Salome Wameya
California Public Employees Retirement System (CALPERS)

Job Title 

Senior Accounting Officer

What is a brief description of your job?

As an accountant, I am one of the analysts working in the general ledger to keep accurate financial records that result in creating financial reports that get published in the annual financial reports for my agency in particular that gives the public and stakeholders the financial health State.

What is your favorite part about the program or the opportunity to be a part of the program?