Click the image below to watch the Federation Thank You video.
The Combined Charitable Campaign, also referred to as the CCC, consolidates many charitable campaigns into one, asking State of Ohio employees to voluntarily donate through payroll deductions or a one-time gift. For important campaign information, click here.
Charity Resource Guide
Message to employees from:
Message from Governor Mike DeWine
Message from OCSEA President Chris Mabe
Message from Honorary Chair Michelle Warnky
Frequently Asked Questions
Charity Index (Alphabetical)
Charity Index (Numerical)
Campaign Liaison Contact Information
Agency Campaign Coordinator Roster
Federation Contact Information
Meet members of the State Steering Committee:
The State of Ohio Combined Charitable Campaign steering committee is comprised of more than a dozen state employees, representing both labor and management. As defined by the Ohio Administrative Code, the committee is responsible for the annual review and approval of applications from charitable organizations for participation in the campaign; review and approval of annual campaign materials; oversight and approval of the campaign budget; and the establishment of policies and procedures for participation in and conduct of the annual campaign, including guidelines on appropriate solicitations.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the campaign, which benefits more than 1,200 local, statewide and global nonprofits. Last year, state of Ohio employees donated more than $2.6 million to health and human services organizations with causes that include animals in need, the elderly, homeless, health issues, disaster relief, and the environment. For information about adding a charitable organization to the annual campaign, click on the "Join the CCC" tab on the campaign home page.
2019 CCC Statewide Co-Chairs
Matthew M. Damschroder, Ohio Department of Administrative Services
Chris Mabe, OCSEA/AFSCME
2019 CCC Steering Committee Co-Chairs
Jackie Murray, Ohio Department of Administrative Services, Management Co-chair
Rocky Jolly, OCSEA/AFSCME and Ohio School for the Blind, Labor Co-chair
2019 CCC Steering committee members
Kris Blateri, Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation
Molly Flanagan, Ohio Department of Commerce
Carla Hall, Ohio Department of Job & Family Services
Tammy Havener, Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities
Steve Hooper, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Nicole Kostura, Ohio Lottery Commission
Gregory Pawlack, Ohio Department of Administrative Services
Annie Pleasant-Combs, Ohio Department of Job & Family Services
Susan Russell, Ohio Department of Administrative Services
Margaret Smith, Ohio Department of Transportation
Leslie Tilton, Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Campaign Coordinating Organization
Deana Gordon, Director
Jeanene Tooill, Campaign Coordinator
Thank You Newsletter
Combined Charitable Campaign Charity Videos
A Special Wish
United Way of Greater Cleveland
Ohio Wildlife Center
Butler County United Way
Community Health Charities Intro
United Way of Wayne & Holmes County
United Way of Central Ohio
United Way of Greater Toledo
Community Health Charities
Dreams on Horseback
Click the heart image to watch the 2019 Campaign Video.
2019 Combined Charitable Campaign Kick Off Event in the Rhodes State Office Tower
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ePledge through myOhio.gov
Ohio Turnpike employee instructions
Agency Director Videos
Ohio Department of Public Safety
Ohio Department of Transportation
CCC Coordinator Training 2019 - Module 06 - Online Pledging
Below are training videos for the 2019 campaign - New and Returning Coordinator Training (taped in 2018):
How CCC Helps
Introduction & Role of the Federations
Online Pledging with ePledge
Promotional Flyers - click to print or expand
Special Event Form
Special Event Cash Tracking Form
2019 Agency Campaign Coordinator Training Manual
Thank you for your interest in the State of Ohio Combined Charitable Campaign (CCC). The campaign coordinating organization welcomes the opportunity to expand its charity listing with new charitable organizations and looks forward to working with returning charities.
A few of the basic requirements for participation in the CCC include:
* Organization must be a member of one of the federations that participate in the campaign,
* Organization must be a 501(c)3 charity, and
* Charity must be registered with the Ohio Attorney General's Office.
If your charity is already a member of one of the participating federations and meets the qualifications above, please communicate with your federation representative about the application process, who will help you prepare and submit the required paperwork.
If you are not currently a member of one of the participating federations, you can find a list of the participating federations here. You will need to work with one of these federations to become a member and be eligible to participate in the campaign. Each federation has their own membership criteria and deadlines for accepting new members. It may be too late for the 2019 campaign, but it is not too late to begin the process for becoming eligible for the 2020 campaign.
2020 Application materials will be available after November 1, 2019.
25-Word Description Instructions
IRS 990 - writeable
Policies and Procedures
If you have questions about the application process, please contact the Campaign Coordinating Organization at: email@example.com or 614-227-8718.
2019 Honorary Chair Michelle Warnky Makes "American Ninja Warrior" History!
Interested in participating in the State of Ohio CCC?
Qualified charities are encouraged to apply during the annual application period (November – December).