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

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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. 

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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. 

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Virtual Celebration for the 2020 Campaign
The Our Promise Campaign Raised Over $5 Million

Virtual Celebration for the 2020 Campaign

For the first time in Our Promise history, we collaboratively developed an online platform to reach a wider audience of state employees. As such, we used an online venue to commemorate the 2020 campaign and express our gratitude for all of the state employees who contributed to Our Promise: California State Employees Giving at Work.

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Top 10 Nonprofit Organizations of 2019

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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?

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Celebrating 2019 at the Thank You Breakfast and Awards
The Our Promise Campaign Raised $5.7 Million

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The Our Promise Thank You Breakfast celebrated the state employees who contributed to Our Promise: California State Employees Giving at Work. 

“The impact of this campaign is to build a richer, more vibrant, more inclusive and healthier California,” said 2019 Our Promise Chair Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, California Surgeon General. “You all work very hard as state employees. You go above and beyond to do more and to give more to help our most vulnerable is so heartening.”

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2019 Campaign Results

Here you will find information for 2019 that includes the total number of employees, how many of those who participated in the campaign, and how much money those employees raised.  

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2018 Campaign Results

Here you will find information for 2018 that includes the total number of employees, how many of those who participated in the campaign, and how much money those employees raised.  

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2017 Campaign Results

Here you will find information for 2017 that includes the total number of employees, how many of those participated in the campaign, and how much money those employees raised.                             

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2016 Campaign Results

Here you will find information for 2016 that includes the total number of employees, how many of those participated in the campaign, and how much money those employees raised.                             

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2015 Campaign Results

Here you will find information for 2015 that includes the total number of employees, how many of those participated in the campaign, and how much money those employees raised.                             

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2014 Results

Here you will find information for 2014 that includes the total number of employees, how many of those participated in the campaign, and how much money those employees raised.