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2019 State Employees’ Community Campaign (SECC)

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EXTENDED! The Takeover IN.gov fundraiser is supporting the Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment. All the colleges and universities in Indiana are represented and the school that receives the most money between Oct. 21 – Nov. 27. will take over the IN.gov homepage with its logo and color scheme. The winning school will have its colors displayed from Dec. 2 – Dec. 13 on www.IN.gov. Choose your school, enter the amount you want to donate to the Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment and your votes are cast.

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  • What will money from this fundraiser support?

    The Office of Technology is donating all money from the Takeover IN.gov Fundraiser to the Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment, which funds cancer research at the Purdue Center for Cancer Research. Every dollar donated is going to be matched by the Walther Cancer Foundation.

    "Without donations research cannot get done and the research being done will IMPACT generations to come."- Tyler Trent

  • What is the Indiana State Employees’ Community Campaign (SECC)?

    The SECC is the annual charity campaign administered by the State of Indiana employees. The SECC allows state employees and guests to contribute to any charity with a 501 (c)(3) ruling through either a one-time contribution or the convenience of payroll deductions.

    Over the past 40 years, state employees and other participants have contributed $34 million to charities of their choice. Last year, more than 6,200 people contributed to 1,600 charities through the SECC and raised more than $1,545,000.

  • Wait, for every dollar donated, it is going to be doubled?

    Yes, the Walther Cancer Foundation Matching Endowment has offered to double all received donations. If you donate $5, that is actually $10 going to fight cancer.

  • How does the fundraiser work?

    All the colleges and universities in Indiana are represented, the school that receives the most money between Oct. 21 – Nov. 27, will take over the IN.gov homepage. The winning school will have its colors displayed from Dec. 2 – Dec. 13 on www.IN.gov. Choose your school, enter the amount you want to donate to the Tyler Trent Cancer Research Endowment and your votes are cast.

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