Nonprofit Outreach Program

Overview

Nonprofit Outreach Program

The Our Promise Nonprofit Outreach Program is a great way to connect state employees with the nonprofit agencies who benefit from their generous contributions. This campaign year nonprofit outreach opportunities will be held in person or through a virtual platform.

The Our Promise Nonprofit Outreach Program organizes two types of events:

  • Speaking Engagements—Trained nonprofit speakers can join your meeting in person, virtually or provide a previously recorded video to share their nonprofit agency’s experiences, programs and results directly with employees.
  • Nonprofit Fairs—Multiple nonprofits can join your event in person, virtually or provide a previously recorded video so employees can learn about multiple nonprofits and programs at once. Nonprofit fairs are not recommended for all work environments. Please work with your Our Promise liaison to determine if a fair is right for you before submitting a request.

Request a Nonprofit Fair

To submit a request to book a nonprofit fair for your upcoming campaign event, click here.

Request a Speaker

To submit a request to book an Our Promise representative and nonprofit to come speak at your event, click here.

Post

Focus on Health in August
Learn About and Support California's Nonprofits

Collage of photos: hands in a circle for Multiethnic Donor Awareness Month, syringe and virus images for National Immunization Awareness Month,  person's back with sunblock in the shape of a sun forSummer Sun Safety Month; optometrist and child at eye exam for Child Eye health and safety month; torso of woman and baby for World Breastfeeding Week

August is the month of hot summer nights and gearing up to go back to school, which makes it an ideal time to focus on health issues like immunizations.

Learn about observances in August and California nonprofit organizations that support causes related to them. State workers have an opportunity to celebrate and support causes by making a monthly payroll donation through Our Promise. 

Post

Celebrate Parks & Recreation and More in July
Learn About and Support Certified Nonprofits

Collage: Yosemite (Parks & Recreation Month); photo of people of color (Minority Mental Health Month); Photo of President Bush with other elder white people signing the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act ADA Day); Yellow ribbon (Sarcoma Awareness Month)

July is the month of summer fun — camping, enjoying picnics, and fireworks. Did you know it’s also when we celebrate the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act? It’s also a time to learn about issues that are often overlooked but affect many Californians — minority mental health and sarcoma cancers.

Learn about observances in July and certified nonprofit organizations that support causes related to them. State workers have an opportunity to celebrate and support causes by making a monthly payroll donation through Our Promise. 

Post

Four Reasons to Set Up an Our Promise Account
California State Employees Giving at Work is online

Latina at a computer smiling

Charitable giving is easier than ever! Our Promise has partnered with Cal Employee Connect to offer online giving for the first time in its 60-year history.

State employees will be able to create their accounts through Cal Employee Connect until November 13, 2020. Anytime after November 13th, accounts may be created through the Our Promise CA website.

Post

Top 10 Nonprofit Organizations of 2019

Photos of people: white women appearing painting, white woman appearing with a German Shepherd, Black woman appearing at a sink with a young Black boy washing his hands, two young Latinas appearing jumping rope, an older Asian woman smiling

California has spoken! Through your generosity, the Our Promise Campaign has raised over 5.7 million dollars to nonprofit organizations all over the world. Which nonprofits do you support with your designation?