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State Charitable Contributions Program has begun

Giving Makes a World of Difference!

The State Charitable Contributions Program (SCCP) has begun. We are thrilled to continue Georgia College’s efforts for the 2017 campaign. The SCCP is the only state-sanctioned charitable campaign for both state agencies and the University System of Georgia. The SCCP has over 1,000 charities to which you can donate. In prior years, Georgia College has been the proud recipient of Governor’s Awards for “Highest Level of Employee Participation” and for “Largest Increase in Employee Contributions in Total”. Let’s achieve those recognitions again.

Please consider supporting the charities that you value. For a list of participating charities, please visit:

Online giving is quick and easy, follow these simple steps:

1. Visit the pledge portal at

If you’ve given before, enter your username and password from last year.

If you are a new donor, click “create account” and then enter your invite code. Your Invite Code is : First three letters of birth month, ex. "Mar" ; First name as it appears on your pay stub, ex. "Tamara"; First three letters of last name, name as it appears on your pay stub, ex. "Bib"; Numeric Day of birth, ex. "04". On the Welcome page, create a username and password.

2. From your dashboard, click on the “Give” button (left side menu) and search for a charity by name or location. Click on the name of the charity of your choice.

3. Choose how much you want to give and payment type (payroll deduction, credit, or PayPal) and the frequency of your gift. Complete the checkout process.

Your generosity and compassion are appreciated. Go Bobcats!

Anna Lumpkin and Carrie Cook, Committee Co-Chairs


Carrie Cook
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