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  • Give back to the community by supporting ECAP

    The Employee Combined Appeal Program for 2018-19 has begun. 
    ECAP
    County employees participating in ECAP can choose to make either a one-time gift by credit card, cash or check or a sustaining donation via payroll deduction to the agencies of their choice. One-hundred percent of every pledge goes directly to the designated organization. 

    The ECAP campaign has more than 200 charities and social organizations to choose from, providing the County community an efficient, effective and convenient way of helping charitable groups meet the service needs in our community. 

    Last year, nearly 2,000 Pima County employees participated and raised nearly $300,000 for local agencies.

    This year’s campaign again pairs the County with the United Way for the End Poverty Now initiative. The effort seeks to help the neediest members of our community and ensure people do not “get by” through "Getting Ahead" - an intensive 50-hour class designed for people in or near poverty. 

    In addition to the aid your donations provide to those in need, donations also are eligible for state tax credits of up to $800 for married couples, $400 for individuals.

    To learn more, check out the ECAP Intranet page or contact your department’s campaign coordinator or solicitor. Also, the ECAP Steering Committee wants to find motivated, capable and creative individuals to join the team and help keep Pima County the generous, connected and caring place it is. Contact Ray Velez, 724-4489 for more information.
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