Public Protection Cabinet Secretary named Chair of the 2015 Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign

Secretary Ambrose Wilson

We are very excited to announce that Governor Steve Beshear has named Ambrose Wilson IV, secretary of the Public Protection Cabinet, to chair the 2015 Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign (KECC). The 2015 Campaign Theme is “Our Call to Service”.

“I am truly honored that Governor Beshear asked me to lead the KECC this year,” said Secretary Wilson. “Helping our fellow Kentuckians in situations of need is one of the greatest callings we have. Through KECC, my fellow state employees and I will answer that call to service. No matter what the amount, each of us will make a difference in the lives of others through our pledge to KECC. I am excited to get started, and I know that by working together, we will have a successful campaign.”

KECC is a partnership of state employees and an accredited group of statewide charities, working together to improve the lives of our families, friends and neighbors throughout the Commonwealth. The campaign is run by state employees and provides the opportunity to make an investment in Kentucky’s future through the state’s payroll deduction process. The KECC charities represent more than 1,100 charitable programs that address the health and human service needs of all Kentuckians.

“KECC is about supporting the causes we believe in and answering the call to help when someone needs us. It’s how we do our part.”

The Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign kicks off on August 11.

Do you have a positive attitude? Are you well connected in your office? Contact the KECC administration office at 502-589-2296 to learn how you can become a KECC volunteer coordinator and make a bigger difference.


The Kentucky Employees Charitable Campaign runs through November 2015.

Information on retirement giving coming soon!


 

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