2022 Houston CMC Tribute

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C O M B I N E D M U N I C I PA L C M A PA I G N

Tribute 2022

Pg. 2 A message from the mayor Pg. 4 Houston Freedman’s Town Conservancy joins CMC to spark care for historic community Pg. 8 Contribution results Pg. 11 2022 Agencies List


A message from the mayor I am a big supporter of City of Houston employees because each one of you has a big heart and cares about your co-workers. We are like a family, and we take pride in our work and the services we provide. We care about our loved ones, friends, neighborhoods, and our communities. Every day, we continue to adjust to the difficulties of the COVID-19 pandemic — wearing masks, social distancing, canceled vacations and trips to see loved ones. But one thing remains the same: and that is your compassion. Each year, time and again, you show the City of Houston and its surrounding areas just how thoughtful, how generous, and how invested you are in the environment in which you live and work. Just a few years ago, despite Hurricane Harvey, we pledged nearly $1 million to the CMC. Last year, during one of the most challenging years any of us has ever faced — a year where we could not gather as we normally do — we still pledged nearly three-quarters of a million dollars to aid the less fortunate, those on the frontlines, and those working behind the scenes to ensure the health and well-being of our most vulnerable. The 2022 campaign is upon us. I ask you again to show just how much you care because I know that you do. Support one of the restructured department food sale fundraisers; grab a foursome and sign up for the golf tournament fundraiser; take advantage of new and gently used items in our annual online auction. If you are led to give through your paycheck, sign up through Employee Self Service by October 31, 2021. Did you know that if we all give just $2 per paycheck, we can raise $1 million? It is that simple. Our 200-member Above & Beyond Club comprises employees who commit to giving 1% or more of their salaries to the campaign. Should you choose also to donate 1% of your salary, you would be in good company. I care. You care. COH Cares.

Sylvester Turner Mayor


How to Be a smart donor

22,800 city employees

If everyone gave ($130 year) =

$2,964,000 ($48 year) =

$1,094,000 ($24 year) =

$547,000

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$2

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Want to know how a charity spends its money but are afraid to ask? Don’t be. Donors care about the community they live in. That’s why they participate in the CMC. So it only makes sense that they also want to know how their money will be spent. Most agencies post financial information for donors on their websites. A list of CMC charities with links to their sites can be found at www. houstoncmc.org. An informed donor makes smart choices. Here are some websites that will help you learn more about giving: Federal Trade Commission Provides information on wise giving and how to file a complaint. www.ftc.gov/charityfraud IRS Search charitable organizations for tax information. www.irs.gov Charity Watch Tips for giving wisely and other helpful hints. www.charitywatch.org GuideStar Information on more than 1 million nonprofits. Also, important questions to ask yourself if you can’t decide on a charity. www.guidestar.org

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That’s one small coffee

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Charity Navigator Evaluates the financial health of America’s largest charities. www.charitynavigator.org


Houston Freedman’s Town to spark care for historic community CMC agencies and city employees are on a mission of care together


By Lucha Morales More than 150 years ago, a story of freedom began to unfold in Houston’s Fourth Ward as thousands of freed slaves made the historic neighborhood their new home. Working together, the freed slaves began their journey to establish a community that would later become known as Freedman’s Town, a national historic site that embodies the rich history of African Americans plight to live freely in Houston following the Emancipation Proclamation. It’s a place Zion Escobar said she is helping to preserve through Houston’s Freedmen’s Town Conservancy, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve the legacy of Freedmen’s Town through organizing, policy, and community engagement. Their purpose is to tell the untold stories of Freedman’s Town and gain global recognition for the oldest Black settlement in Houston.

“So many people don’t know how essential Freedmen’s Town is to the national story of freedom,” said Escobar, the executive director of Houston’s Freedmen’s Town Conservancy. “There’s an incredible jewel there. It just needs to be uncovered and polished and refined, so that people can understand the value of this history and why it’s worth protecting and preserving, which is what we aim to do.” The idea of freedom is a common thread among many Combined Municipal Campaign Agencies who provide essential services to the community and promote social causes that help underserved families and communities to become economically independent. CMC agencies are central to the city’s annual employee giving drive that raised more than $700,000 last year, demonstrating how city employees and CMC agencies unite to spark change — even during a global pandemic. “I was humbled by the number of employees who donated during a challenging time for everyone,” said Jennifer Cobb, the city’s citywide CMC coordinator. “It really shows that city employees and CMC agencies care about making a positive impact and that’s where the 2022 COH Cares campaign comes in.” “We really wanted to show the community that city employees and CMC agencies are on a mission of care together,” Cobb said. The Conservancy recently became a CMC agency and will participate in its first campaign this year. The 2022 employee giving drive highlights the unified goal of CMC agencies and city employees to show that COH cares. Escobar said CMC donations will help the Conservancy to fund a broad community engagement effort to promote awareness about their top five priorities, including organization, historic preservation, heritage tourism, collaborative leadership, and education and citizen empowerment. She said she believes telling the story of Freedmen’s Town can trigger economic investment that will protect its legacy. “With community engagement, re-education, and the development of heritage tourism, what we’re doing is triggering investment to transform Freedmen’s Town into a center of commerce and tourism and expand the recognition of its legacy to a global scale,” Escobar said. “Freedmen’s Town is where Black Houston took shape,” Escobar said. “It’s the source of the city’s early Black leadership. It’s where the story of freedom began.” “They built homes, schools, businesses, churches and lives,” Escobar said. “They built a world in which African Americans could prosper and thrive.” The Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy is leading www.houstonCMC.org

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several projects to help tell the story of Freedmen’s Town. To help promote heritage tourism, the Conservancy is developing a Visitor Center to support community engagement, an augmented reality app that will provide a self-guided immersive experience in real time for tourists and locals, and a web-based platform that displays a visual and historically accurate representation of the development of Freedmen’s Town from 1865 to 2020 that can be viewed online. They will also develop a financial incentive plan that will aid in the preservation of current historic resources in the community and a long-range plan to gain World Heritage Designation to help ensure the legacy of Freedman’s Town. Escobar said she hopes city employees will join the Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy’s mission and vision to reimagine how preservation is viewed by the community, while working to tell the untold stories of the historic community and the many challenges residents have endured over the last 150 years. “With your help, we will deliver a call heard around the world to visit, invest, and celebrate this legacy,” she said. The conservancy’s agency code is 2894. Freedmen’s Town is a story of resiliency, which city employees and CMC agencies can relate to as we all navigate life during a pandemic. This year, let us continue to unite in our mission of caring through our generous donations to CMC agencies that pave a way for at-risk kids to attend college, shelter families from homelessness, help feed the community, work to save the environment, or save abandoned animals from the streets. Let’s do it because COH cares.

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2021 Results Department

Participation

Contribution

$18,980.40

90%

City Council

$164

8%

City Secretary

$0.00

0%

$19,779.48

54%

$1,556

17%

$17,882.50

37%

$4,241

11%

General Services

$10,285.15

25%

Housing & Community Development

$10,745.44

65%

Houston Fire Department

$316,666.05

100%

Houston Health Department

$18,540.83

100%

Houston Airport System

$31,605.11

99%

Houston Emergency Center

$6,325

8%

Houston Information System

$20,406.15

81%

Houston Police Department

$68,556.92

3%

Houston Public Works

$66,278.48

8%

Human Resources

$21,053.16

20%

Legal

$12,115.06

12%

Houston Public Library

$22,275.51

44%

Mayor’s Office

$12,239.36

58%

Municipal Courts

$8,654.24

16%

$2,817

38%

Parks & Recreation

$31,131.56

81%

Planning & Development

$7,308.09

59%

Solid Waste Management

$8,263.16

99%

$737,869.65

45%

Administration & Regulatory Affairs

Controller’s Office Department of Neighborhoods Finance Fleet Management

Office of Business Opportunity

Citywide Totals

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CMC Tribute: COH Cares


Lead Coordinators Department

Coordinator Name

Phone

Administration & Regulatory Affairs

Bernice Cendejas

832-393-8501

City Council

Greg Cunningham

832-393-0782

City Secretary

Pat Jefferson-Daniel

832-393-1108

Controller's Office

Chanelle Clark

832-393-3408

Department of Neighborhoods

Jacqueline Gonzalez

832-393-0896

Finance

Sheila Murphy

832-393-9035

Fleet Management Department

Kimberly Mack-Blackshear

832-393-6963

General Services Department

Marlon Scott

832-393-8098

Housing & Community Development

Ashley Lawson

832-394-5438

Houston Airport System

Harry Singh

281-233-1054

Houston Emergency Center

India Summers

832-393-9884

Houston Fire Department

Sylvia Almazan

832-394-6700

Houston Health Department

Thomas Johnson

832-393-4424

Houston Information Technology Services

Susan Stone

832-393-0143

Houston Police Department

Natoya Harrison

713-308-1220

Houston Public Library

Kameshia Smith

832-292-1752

Houston Public Works

Aisha Savoy

832-394-9514

Human Resources

Melissa Saxton

832-393-6053

Legal

Fabian Izaguirre

832-393-6214

Mayor's Office

Veronica Weatherspoon

832-393-1053

Municipal Courts

Nydia Trevino

713-247-4560

Office of Business Opportunity

Katrina Williams

832-393-0618

Parks & Recreation

Erika Madison

832-395-7061

Planning

John Cox

832-393-6523

Solid Waste Management

Tyra Wilkins

832-393-0448

www.houstonCMC.org

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Administration & Regulatory Affairs Ghassan Asmar Katrina Craft Melonie Curry Karen Davidson Sandra Davis Amneris Diaz Nicholas Hadjigeorge Maria Irshad Hong Nguyen Erin O’Toole-Pullen Robin Wolf Controller’s Office Tophas Anderson Chris Brown Richard Denney Brenda Jackson Charisse Mosely Shannan Nobles Courtney Satterwhite Courtney Smith Theresa Watson Department of Neighborhoods Lisa Turner Finance Kyria Askew Herbert Garner Rachelle McHenry Fazal Syed Fleet Management Erick Bravo Kristian Harper Gregory Miller Siu Wo General Services Department Kermit Haag Marco Jones Martha Lake Thomas McWhorter Laconni Mitchell Gabriel Mussio Willie Rodney Thinh Tran Felicia Williams Housing & Community Development Nicole Brooks Keith Bynam Darlene Castille Daniel Coleman Ellen Eudy Karen Franklin Keeysha Holmes Brenda Takahashi

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Employees who give 1% or more of their salary through the CMC qualify for the Above & Beyond Club. The following list is the Above & Beyond members from the 2021 Combined Municipal Campaign. CMC 2022 Above & Beyond members will be honored during the CMC Recognition Reception to be held in the spring of 2022. To see how to calculate your one percent amount, follow the instructions on Page 19.

Houston Airport Systems Rhonda Arnold Bryant Berganza Susan Boyte Lucila Garcia Randy Goodman Scott Hill Harleen Hines-Smith Ronald Parra Winnifred Perry Ricardo Rivera Elesa Rodriquez Kenneth Roy Harry Singh Wynden Smith Aisha Stewart Houston Emergency Center Michelle Allen-Taylor Shelli Carter David Cutler Houston Health Department Michele Austin Ronda Bell Jennie Bland Devin Bradberry Cydney Cameron Patsy Cano Cassandra Darthard Angela Gala Gonzalez Jon-Michael Gillispie Larry Goodman Jennifer Graves Angelica Harvey Thomas Johnson Jacy King Decrecia Askia Limbrick Stephen Long Guilmate Pierre Sharon Reese Magdalena Soto Kellen Sweny Shenette Vincent Charline White-Williams Stephen Williams Chalmers Young Houston Information Technology Systems Alexander Chatfield Larvonda Fonteno Michael Goh Lisa Kent Charles Macpherson My Trang

Houston Police Department Karren Fields Gilbert Garcia Ana Gorham-Maki Robert Narvaez Ken Nealy Jennifer Simpson-Bailey Eddie Thomas George Thornburg Joanne Tran Michael Wisnoskie Houston Public Library Suzy Benton Steven Bychowski Mercedes Clarke Laurie Covington Antoinette Jenkins Michelle Johnson Sara Karow Rhea Lawson John Merullo Kathrine Myers Kelly Patton Monique Pickrom Nicole Robinson Jason Stephens Jennifer Unruh Irene Walters Sondee Weiss Laura Wingfield Houston Public Works Roye Barber Nancy Brewer Christon Butler Cynthia Cerda-Perez Ciara Clark Jody Craze Damita Daniels Eric Dargan Yvonne Forrest Carol Haddock Walter Hambrick Anh Hunter Sabrina Jackson Ravishankar Kaleyatodi Brenda Kirkling Ann Kurian Diane Lowery-Binnie Ronald Masek Choyce Morrow Elizabeth Orton Tiffany Pham Venus Price Tracy Samuel Fe Maricel Sarmiento Robert Toliver Tara Tuttle Alvin Watts Jeffrey Weatherford Catherine Witting

Human Resources Eric Baradar Jane Cheeks Betty Davis-Gilbert Leslie Denton-Roach Steven Guillory Jennette Jackson Julie Landry Velma Laws Kisha Qualls Valencia Raftie Charles Smith Roxanne Stephens Sylvia Torres Scott Ward Nancy Yue Sandra Zeno Legal Tiffany Briscoe Tracy Calabrese Robert Collins Robin Curtis Danielle Folsom Ronald Lewis Mary McKerall Elizabeth Petry Marshall Watson Roosevelt Wright Mayor’s Office Terri Carter Brian Crimmins Jennifer Curley Andrew Icken Necole Irvin Brenda Murphy Jeffrey Syptak Municpal Courts Montecella Flaniken Megan McLellan Gregory Prier Myriam Varela Khalin Washington Parks & Recreation Kenneth Allen Roslyn Boyce Katherine Castillo John Davidson Yvonne Holguin Cheryl Johnson Steve Wright Planning Bala Balachandran Kimberly Bowie Sharon Moses Jennifer Ostlind Solid Waste Management Masadeous Ardoin Alyce Coffey-Scott Harry Hayes Edward Jones Charlie Lee Gabriel Rogers


AGENCIES

The agencies listed below are independents and do not belong to a federation. CMC2886 CMC2881 CMC2831 CMC2876 CMC2853 CMC2479 CMC2833 CMC2445 CMC2204 CMC2470 CMC2857 CMC2878 CMC2207 CMC2802 CMC2220 CMC2822 CMC2208 CMC2436 CMC2209 CMC2455 CMC2883 CMC2484 CMC2409 CMC2279 CMC2838

A.I.R. Project www.abuseisreal.com

Air Alliance Houston airalliancehouston.org

Am Leaders Forum Houston Gulf www.alfhouston.com Angels Blessing People Inc AngelsBlessingpeople.org

Anne McCormick Sullivan Foundation www.houstonhumane.org Apparent Project www.apparentproject.org

Appropriate Development Technology, Inc www.adtechnical.og Asia Houston Network www.asiahouston.org

Assist the Officer Foundation www.assisttheofficer.com

Avenue Community Devel. Corp. www.avenuecdc.org

Bank on Houston www.houstontx.gov/bankonhouston Bayou Land Conservancy www.bayouland.org

Bering Omega Community www.hacstxs.org Better Way Youth Ministry www.bestfriends.org Big Brothers Big Sisters www.bbbstx.org Bike Houston www.bikehouston.org

Blue Santa Program, Inc bluesantahouston.org

Blue Triangle Cultural www.the-bluetriangle.org Bread of Life www.breadoflifeinc.org

CMC2434 CMC2877 CMC2411 CMC2496 CMC2211 CMC2212 CMC2213 CMC2246 CMC2216 CMC2203 CMC2848 CMC2803 CMC2468 CMC2836 CMC2433 CMC2221 CMC2843 CMC2842 CMC2864 CMC2847 CMC2403 CMC2891

Brentwood Community Foundation brentwoodfoundation.org

CMC2861

Buffalo Bayou Partnership buffalobayou.org

CMC2499

Candlelighters www.candle.org

CMC2280

Bridge of Light Foundation www.bridgeoflightfoundation.org

CMC2850

Buffalo Soldiers Natl Museum buffalosoldiermuseum.com

CMC2401

Captain Renaud Foundation thecaptainrenaudfoundation.org

CMC2227

Casa de Esperanza www.casahope.org

Center for African American Military History buffalosoldiermuseum.com Change Happens www.changehappenstx.org

Cherish Our Children International www.cherishourchildren.org Child Advocates, Inc www.childadvocates.org Children At Risk www.childrenatrisk.org

Children’s Assessment Center www.cachouston.org CHRISTUS www.christusfoundation.org Citizens for Animals cap4pets.org

Coalition for Homeless www.homelesshouston.org

Communities In Schools Baytown www.cis-baytown.org Compassionate Touch Inc. compassionatetouch.org Crime Stoppers of Hou Inc www.crime-stoppers.org Dance Houston www.dancehouston.org

Dennis Holder Scholarship www.holderscholarship.org

Descendants of Olivewood descendantsofolivewood.org

Down Syndrome Association www.dsah.org

East Harris County Empowerment www.ehcec.org Emancipation Park Conservancy emanciptionparkconservancy.org Epiphany Community Health www.echos-houston.org

CMC2269 CMC2821 CMC2819 CMC2435 CMC2859 CMC2231 CMC2277 CMC2469 CMC2812 CMC2472 CMC2497 CMC2408 CMC2420 CMC2244 CMC2829 CMC2297 CMC2473 CMC2839 CMC2475 CMC2895 CMC2835

Fire Fighters Foundation www.fffhouston.org

CMC2824

Firefighters Helping Fire www.firehelpingfire.org

CMC2894

FreshArt fresharts.org

CMC2283

Friends of Hermann Park www.hermannpark.org

CMC2206

Firefighter Protection Fund

Fresh Spirit Wellness for Women www.freshspirit.org

CMC2828

Friends of BARC www.friendsofbarc.org

CMC2813

Friends of Houston Public Library www.friendsofhpl.org

CMC2820

Frisky Paws Rescue www.friskypawsrescue.org Generation One www.generationone.net

Golden Age Hobby House www.goldenagehhh.org

Good Samaritan Foundation www.gsftx.org

Greater Houston Community www.ghcf.org Gulf Coast Railwy Chapter houstonRRmuseum.org

Humble Area Assitance Ministries www.haamministries.org Habitat for Humanity NW www.habitatnwhc.org Healing Species healingspeciestexas.org

Healthcare for Homeless www.homeless-healthcare.org The H.E.A.R.T. Program educationalprograms.org Helping a HERO www.helpingahero.org

Houston Employee Relief Organization houstonemployeerelieforganization.org HFD Pipes and Drums www.hfdpipes.com

Hispanic Officer of Year Holocaust Museum www.hmh.org

Homeless Pet Placement League www.hppl.org Honor Flight Houston honorflighthouston.org

Houston Aeronautical Heritage www.1940airterminal.org

Houston Area Parkinson Society houstonairportchapel.com Houston Children’s Charity houstonchildrenscharity.org

Houston Firefighters Burned Children’s Fund www.houstonburnedchildrensfund

Houston Freedmen’s Town Conservancy houstonfreedmenstown.org Houston Habitat for Humanity www.houstonhabitat.org

Houston Airports Interfaith Chapels houstonairportchapel.com Houston Arts Alliance houstonartsalliance.com

Houston BARC Foundation houstonbarcfoundation.org

Houston Bike Share www.houstonbikeshare.com www.houstonCMC.org

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CMC2249 CMC2229 CMC2241 CMC2852 CMC2243 CMC2205 CMC2210 CMC2407 CMC2887 CMC2884 CMC2872 CMC2880 CMC2871 CMC2885 CMC2805 CMC2218 CMC2217 CMC2458 CMC2882 CMC2253 CMC2866 CMC2879 CMC2811 CMC2453 CMC2862 CMC2846 CMC2260 CMC2826 12

Houston Clean City Commission www.houstonbeautiful.org Houston Department of Health Foundation houstonhealthfoundation.org Houston Food Bank www.houstonfoodbank.org Houston Humane Society www.sbfdc.org Houston Police Activities www.nationalpal.org

Houston Police Foundation www.houstonpolicefoundation.com Houston Public Media www.houstonpbs.org

Houston Shifa Services Foundation www.shifaclinichouston.org Houston Symphony Society www.houstonsymphony.org Houston: reVision www.houstonrevision.org I Am A Pearl INC www.iamapearl.org

IVY League Educational www.iilecf.com Jeans & Jewels Institute www.jjinstitute.org

Julia C. Hester House, Inc. juliachesterhouse.org Katy Rocks Inc. www.katyrocks.org

Kids’ Meals Inc. www.kidsmealshouston.org

Knowledge-First Empowerment www.knowledge-first.org Latino Learning Center latinolearningcenter.org Lemonade Day www.lemonadeday.org

Leukemia Society of America www.lls.org LIFE Houston www.lifehouston.org

Light Accommodation Foundation lightaccommodation.org Lone Star Veterans Association www.lonestarveterans.org Medilife of Houston

CMC2868 CMC2870 CMC2443 CMC2840 CMC2892 CMC2865 CMC2814 CMC2845 CMC2830 CMC2806 CMC2810 CMC2480 CMC2863 CMC2889 CMC2485 CMC2816 CMC2834 CMC2405 CMC2462 CMC2825 CMC2807 CMC2270 CMC2874 CMC2844

Memorial Assistance Ministries www.mamhouston.org

CMC2875

NFBPA Houston Chapter www.nfbpahouston.org

CMC2486

Musiqa www.musiqahouston.org

Nigerian American Multicu www.namchouston.org

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CMC2471

NJB FOUNDation www.njbfoundation.org

CMC2268

Open Door Mission www.opendoorhouston.org

CMC2494

Papillon Empowerment papillonempowerment.org

CMC2893

Peach Outreach www.peachoutreach.com

CMC2416

Prairie View A&M Foudation www.pvamf.org

CMC2855

Project C.U.R.E. www.projectcure.org

CMC2201

QueenLyfe Incorporated www.queenlyfe.org

CMC2809

Reach Unlimited www.reachunlimited.org

CMC2888

OnPurpose Enrichment onegoalgraduation.org

CMC2815

PACE Youth Programs www.paceyouth.org

CMC2832

Paralyzed Veteran’s of America www.texaspva.org

CMC2452

Platform Youth, The www.theplatformyouth.org

CMC2272

Project Row Houses www.projectrowhouses.org

CMC2477

Pup Squad Animal Rescue www.pupsquad.org

CMC2841

Radio Club of America radioclubofamerica.org

CMC2854

Reasoning Minds www.reasoningmind.org

RedRiver Sankofa Historical Society www.redriversankofahs.org Rescue Bank rescuebankhouston.org

Rise School www.riseschool.org/houston

CMC2817 CMC2417 CMC2490 CMC2890

Row Houses Community Development www.rowhousecdc.org CMC2415 Run to Hear www.runtohear.org CMC2823 S.I.R.E. www.sire-htec.org CMC2448 Safe Diversity Communities www.safediversity.org CMC2406 Sailing Angels Foundation www.sailingangels.org CMC2275 Save Buffalo Bayou www.SaveBuffaloBayou.org CMC2459 Second Chance Life Ministries www.sclm.homestead.com CMC2867 Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services CMC2858 www.sevenacres.org

Shape Community Center www.shape.org Southwest Schools www.swschools.org

Spinal Muscular Atrophy www.curesma.org

Summerhouse, The summerhousehouston.org

Sunshine & Daisy Mobile Food Pantry www.facebook.com/sunshine73daisy/ Tejano Concerns Center www.tejanocenter.org

Texas Center for Missing centerforthemissing.org

Texas Children’s Hospital texaschildrenshospital.org Texas Defender Service www.texasdefender.org Texas Lions Camp www.lionscamp.com The 100 Club www.the100club.org

The NRA Foundation, Inc. www.nrafoundation.org

The Posse Foundation, Inc www.possefoundation.org

The Providence on Southmore www.theprovidence.org

The Village Learning & Achievement Center www.villageLAC.org The Work Faith Connection workfaithconnection.org Theatre Under the Stars www.tuts.com

Urban Business Initiative www.urbanbusiness.org USMC Toys for Tots www.toysfortots.org

USO of Greater Houston www.uso.org Vita-Living, Inc. www.vitaliving.org

Water Fund www.houstonwaterbills.org

Workshop Houston www.workshophouston.org World Youth Foundation worldyouthfoundation.org

YMCA of Greater Houston www.ymcahouston.org/mdanderson YMDQ, Inc. www.ymdq.org YWCA www.ywca.org


FEDERATIONS

CMC1315

Arthritis Foundation,TXSC

Most of the agencies in the CMC are represented by a federation. For example, the Big Bend Conservancy is represented by EarthShare of Texas. The federation names are in bold and found above the alphabetical list of agencies they represent.

CMC1371

Autism Speaks, Texas

CMC3046 CMC1348 CMC1707 CMC3005

CMC1200 Black United Fund of Texas CMC1206 CMC1237 CMC1210

CMC1000 America’s Charities CMC1090

Alzheimer’s Disease Research

CMC1014

Art Spark TX

CMC1005 CMC1092 CMC1023 CMC1084 CMC1010 CMC1020 CMC1038 CMC1028 CMC1041 CMC1019 CMC1021 CMC1083 CMC1097 CMC1024 CMC1026 CMC1027

CMC1099 CMC1053 CMC1031 CMC1004 CMC1008 CMC1089

The Conrad O. Johnson Museum

CMC1372 CMC3002 CMC1349 CMC1745 CMC1318 CMC1317 CMC1346 CMC1322

Boy Scouts of America

CMC1369

CureSearch

CMC1342

Found. Fighting Blindness

CMC1301

Human Rights Campaign

CMC1302

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

CMC1378

NAACP Legal Defense

CMC1377

National Black Child Development Institute

CMC3042

CMC3009 CMC1353

Best Friends Animal Society

CMC1365

Alliance for Cancer Gene

CMC1320

Caring for Children of Tx

CMC3011

March of Dimes, Texas, H

CMC3049

Diabetes Research

CMC3004

A Child’s Feeding Fund

CMC3050

Hole in the Wall Gang Fund

CMC1358

AIDS United

CMC1393

Make-A-Wish Foundation

CMC1376

ALS Association HOU

CMC3014

NAACP Foundation

CMC1303

Alzheimer’s Association

CMC1325

NARAL Pro Choice American

CMC1387

Alzheimer’s Texas

CMC3016

Am. Liver Found HOU

CMC1380

American Cancer Society Houston

CMC3019

Natl. Trust Hist. Preservation

CMC1036

Sickle Cell Association Hou

CMC1300 Creating Healthier Communities

CMC1029 CMC1043

Nature Heritage Society

Believe in Tomorrow National Children’s Foundation

National Down Syndrome

CMC1088

CMC1202

KEW Learning Academy

Amnesty International USA

CMC1061 CMC1098

CMC1207

Five Fifty Two

CMC1344

National Fallen Firefight

Ovarian Cancer Research PETsMART Charities

Population Connection/ZPG Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Reading is Fundamental

Ronald McDonald House

Southern Poverty Law Cent The Conservation Fund

Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance

CMC3044 CMC1388 CMC3001 CMC1306 CMC1309 CMC1389 CMC1308 CMC1311

CMC1312 CMC1366 CMC1310 CMC3045

Alpha-1 Foundation, Inc.

CMC3048

Sickle Cell Anemia Assoc

CMC1321

AIDS Research Foundation

CMC1373

ALS Association

CMC1323

Alzheimer’s Assoc HOU

CMC1394

Alzheimer’s Austin

CMC3052

Am. Diabetes Assoc HOU

CMC3017

American Cancer Society

CMC1354

American Diabetes Assoc

American Heart Assoc, SW

American Indian Health Fund American Kidney Fund

American Liver Foundation

American Lung Assoc,TX SW American Lung Association

American Parkinson Disease Arthritis Foundation

CMC3053 CMC3054 CMC1399 CMC3055 CMC1332 CMC1333 CMC3056 CMC3022 CMC1730 CMC3057

Autism Speaks HQ

Be The Match Foundation Blessing International Blk Women’s Health

Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Cancer Research Institute

CATCH Global Foundation Cerebral Palsy Foundation Children’s Food Fund

Children’s Heart Foundation

Children’s Tumor Foundation Colon Cancer Alliance

Cooley’s Anemia Foundation

Covenant House International Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Crohn’s and Colitis Found

Crohn’s and Colitis North TX Crohn’s and Colitis SouthTX Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Cystic Fibrosis HOU

Depression & Bipolar Supp Drive for a Cure

Endometriosis Association Epilepsy Foundation (HQ)

Epilepsy Foundation of Ce

Epilepsy Foundation SE,Tx Essilor Vision Found

Gateway for Cancer Resear

Glaucoma Research Foundat Huntington’s Disease Soc. It’s Time Texas

JDRF International

Leukemia & Lymphoma HOU Leukemia Research Found Lupus Found HOU

Lupus Found Lone Star

Lupus Foundation of Amer March of Dimes

March of Dimes HOU

Mental Health America

Mission Aviation Fellowship Muscular Dystrophy Assoc

www.houstonCMC.org

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CMC1334

Muscular Dystrophy SE, TX

CMC1484

Galveston Bay Foundation

CMC1535

Save the Children

CMC3025

NAMI

CMC1481

Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust

CMC1536

UNICEF USA

CMC1327 CMC1337 CMC1343 CMC1345 CMC3026 CMC3020 CMC1347 CMC1760 CMC1339 CMC3031 CMC3032 CMC1356 CMC3033 CMC3058 CMC1357 CMC1385 CMC3035 CMC3059 CMC1359 CMC1326 CMC3060 CMC1361 CMC3039 CMC1314 CMC1740 CMC1367

Myasthenia Gravis Foundat NAMI Texas

Nat’l Kidney FoundationTx Nat’l Multiple Sclerosis

National Foundation for C

National MS Society HOU

National Psoriasis Founda

Nazarene Compassionate M Pancreatic Cancer Action Parkinson’s Foundation Pet Partners

Prevent Blindness Texas

CMC1424 CMC1430 CMC1428 CMC1486 CMC1434 CMC1439 CMC1442 CMC1477 CMC1459 CMC1468 CMC1469

CMC1407 CMC1409 CMC1426 CMC1472 CMC1412 CMC1471 CMC1414 CMC1416 CMC1417 CMC1480 CMC1423 14

Keep Texas Beautiful

Natl Resources Defense Co Natl. Parks Conservation Association Peregrine Fund, The

Public Citizen of Texas

Spina Bifida Association

St. Jude Research Hosp St. Jude’s TX

Susan G. Komen

Susan G. Komen HOU

Texas Scottish Rite Hosp Toby Keith Foundation

Tourette Assoc of America Voice of the Martyrs

ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer

Earth Share of Texas

Audubon Foundation Tx

Bat Conservation International Beyond Pesticides/Natl Co Big Bend Conservancy Born Free

Center for Max Potential

Children’s Env Health Ins

Clean Water Fund of Texas Conservation International Defenders of Wildlife

Environmental and Energy Environmental Defense

CMC Tribute: COH Cares

CMC1537 CMC1539 CMC1562 CMC1540 CMC1571 CMC1564

CMC1501 CMC1509 CMC1506 CMC1508 CMC1510 CMC1503 CMC1511

CMC1515 CMC1544 CMC1565 CMC1516

CMC1517 CMC1519 CMC1520 CMC1545 CMC1522 CMC1523 CMC1524 CMC1563 CMC1526 CMC1529 CMC1513 CMC1532 CMC1568 CMC1534

Unitarian Service

United Seamen’s Service Water for People

World Relief Corporation World Renew World Vision

Wildlife Rescue & Rehab World Wildlife Fund

CMC1600

Local Independent Charities

CMC1601

ARC of Greater Houston

CMC1602

CMC1500

The Clinton Foundation

Texas Solar Energy Soc.

Sickle Cell Disease Assoc Smile Train

CMC1553

Texas Parks & Wildlife

SBP

CMC1567 CMC1405

Katy Prairie Conservancy

Santa Fe Family Life Cent

CMC1548 CMC1400

Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance

Global Impact

ACCION International Alight

American Jewish Service

American Near East Refuge AmeriCares Foundation AmRef Health Africa CARE

ChildFund International Church World Service

Compassion International Doctors Without Borders ECHO

Feed My Starving Children FINCA International

Health Volunteers Oversea Heifer Project International Helen Keller International International Orthodox

International Relief Team

International Rescue Comm MAP International

CMC1630 CMC2360 CMC2602 CMC2308 CMC2605 CMC2305 CMC1647 CMC2307 CMC2609 CMC2610 CMC1649 CMC1691 CMC2623 CMC1650 CMC1634 CMC1658 CMC1600 CMC2613 CMC2616 CMC1604 CMC1688

Mercy Corps

CMC1644

Plan USA

CMC2631

Pan American Development

CMC2303

Project Hope

CMC2323

Rise Against Hunger

Salvation Army Wld(SAWSO)

American YouthWorks Arc of Texas

Burke Center for Youth

Camp Agapé Bereavement Camp for Children

Catholic Charities of Central Texas

Children at Heart Foundation Children’s Advocacy of Tx Christian Comm Center

Dare to Dream Foundation

Foster’s Home For Children Gracewood

Guide Dogs of Texas

Habitat for Humanity Texas

Helping Hand Home for Chi Helping Restore Ability Houston Hospice Houston SPCA

Local Independent Char

Methodist Children’s Home Northwest Assist Ministry Operation Comfort

Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas Planned Parenthood, Houston Project MEND

PTSD Foundation of America

Ronald McDonald House


CMC1620

Sight Into Sound

CMC1818

Canine Companions

CMC2325

St. Jude’s Ranch

CMC1821

Catholic Relief Services

CMC2326 CMC2621 CMC1605 CMC1692 CMC1690 CMC2328 CMC1625 CMC1641 CMC2617 CMC1668 CMC1689 CMC2330

CMC2522

Special Olympics of Texas

CMC2755

STARRY TAASA

Texas 4-H Youth Development Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering Texas CASA The Rose

CMC1800 America’s Best Charities CMC2925

Catholic Legal Immigration

CMC2566

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

CMC2959

Tx Against Sexual Abuse

CMC2938

TX Hearing - Service Dog

CMC1835

TX Baptist Children’s Home Upbring

Writers in the School

CMC1801 CMC2931 CMC2908 CMC1806 CMC2902 CMC2921 CMC1878 CMC2909

CMC1700 Neighbor to Nation CMC1754

Adopt America Network

CMC1705

American Found for Suicide

CMC1731 CMC1726 CMC1755 CMC1725 CMC1738 CMC1747 CMC1717 CMC1723 CMC1748 CMC1752 CMC1727 CMC1768 CMC1732 CMC1734 CMC1735 CMC1736 CMC1715 CMC1769 CMC1770

Alliance Defending Freedom American Council of the Blind American Family Assoc.

Breast Cancer Charities of America

Campus Crusade for Christ Care Net

Focus on the Family Food for the Hungry

Home School Legal Defense MAZON

Mercy Ships

Military Community Youth

Officer’s Christian Fellowship Prison Fellowship Ministry Samaritan’s Purse

Society of St. Andrew The Navigators

United Breast Cancer Foundation

Water Missions International

CMC1849 CMC2955 CMC2746 CMC1895 CMC1879 CMC2949 CMC2777 CMC2924 CMC2932 CMC2701 CMC2903 CMC2749 CMC2703 CMC1807 CMC2539 CMC2596 CMC2728 CMC2780 CMC2580 CMC2754 CMC2576 CMC2541

Institute on Violence, A

Pets for Patriots, Inc.

Adoptable Child (N. Amer)

Adoptions by Cradle Hope Air Force Association

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Allergy & Asthma Network Alley Cat Rescue

Alzheimer’s Foundation of Alzheimer’s Research

Alzheimer’s Research and

American Association of Kidney Patients American Association Cancer Research America’s VetDogs

American Indian College Foundation Amigos de las Americas

Angel Canines and Wounded Anxiety, Depression, PTS

Aplastic Anemia & MDS Int

Armed Forces Family Survi Asian Children’s Rescue &

ASPCA: American Society Autism Intvent&Treat Rese Autism Society of America

Autoimmune Disease Assoc Baptist Childs Home Minis BelieveTomorrow Natl chil Boone and Crockett Club Brain Injury Association

Breast Cancer African American Buckner Children and Family Cancer Care Inc

Canine Assistants

CMC2934 CMC2783 CMC2957 CMC2756 CMC2560 CMC1824 CMC2926 CMC2562 CMC2504 CMC2771 CMC2585 CMC2923 CMC2511

CMC2759 CMC2928 CMC1832 CMC2543 CMC2753 CMC2709 CMC2958 CMC2956 CMC1837 CMC2920 CMC2919 CMC1836 CMC2918 CMC2917 CMC2944 CMC2798 CMC1839 CMC2936 CMC2570 CMC2575 CMC2734 CMC1827 CMC2790 CMC2565 CMC1844 CMC2546 CMC2527

Canines for Disabled KIds Catholics For The Poor an Catholics United for Life Celiac Central, NFCA Certified Humane

CHADD (Children & Adults Child Find of America

Child Rescue International

Childhood Apraxia of Spee Childhood Brain Tumor Children of the Night

Children’s Craniofacial A

Children’s Defense Fund

Children’s House at Johns Children’s Hunger Fund

Christian Care International Comfort Crew for Military

Concerns for Police Surv

Correctional Peace Office Ctr for Infectious Diseas Cure Alzheimer’s Fund Curing Cancer VHL

Damon Runyon Cancer Research DAV

Deaf Children’s Literacy

Delta Research and Education Diabetes Action Research Direct Relief

Dogs Deserve Better Inc. Dogs for Better Lives

EOD Warrior Foundation FACES - Craniofacial

Farmers & Hunters Feeding Fisher House Foundation Gary Sinise Foundation

GO2 Found for Lung Cancer Graves Disease Foundation Guide Dog Foundation for Guide Dogs for the Blind Guide Dogs of America

Herbal Medicine Institute

Hispanic Colleges/University www.houstonCMC.org

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CMC1846

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

CMC1953

CMC2946

HOPE worldwide

CMC1954

K9s For Warriors

CMC1937

CMC1868 CMC1848 CMC2947 CMC1889 CMC2906 CMC2794 CMC2795 CMC2797 CMC1864 CMC2735 CMC2531 CMC2927 CMC2549 CMC2948 CMC2933 CMC1852 CMC2769 CMC1896 CMC2935 CMC2907 CMC2912 CMC2590 CMC2568 CMC2572 CMC1869 CMC2591 CMC1842 CMC2913 CMC2799 CMC2573 CMC1872 CMC2533 CMC2719 CMC1873 CMC1859 CMC2953 CMC2960 CMC2916 CMC2773 CMC2741 CMC2722 CMC2775 16

Homes For Our Troops

CMC1933

Hospice Found of America Leukemia Clinical Research Lutheran World Relief

Lymphoma Foundation of Am

Marine Corps Law Enforcement Matthew 25: Ministries

Mexican American Legal De

Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation Multiple Sclerosis, The

National CASA/GAL Assoc C National Center Missing Navy SEAL Foundation NEADS Inc

Operation Compassion Operation Homefront

Parkinson’s Research

Patriot Paws Service Dogs Paws With A Cause Paws4Vets

PETA:People Ethical treat PKD Foundation RAINN

Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Semper Fi Fund

Skin and Dental Dysfunction Soldiers’ Angels

Southeastern Guide Dogs

Special Ops Warrior Found Spinal Cord Injury Network Suicide Awareness Voices

Sunshine Kids Foundation Support our Troops

The Dream Factory

Travis Manion Foundation USA Cares Inc.

Veteran Tickets Foundation Veterans of Foreign Wars

Wounded Warrior Emergency Wounded Warriors in Action

CMC Tribute: COH Cares

CMC1900 Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund CMC1901

Alabama A&M University

CMC1903

Albany State University

CMC1902 CMC1904 CMC1948 CMC1905 CMC1906 CMC1949 CMC1907 CMC1908 CMC1909 CMC1910 CMC1911

CMC1912 CMC1955 CMC1913 CMC1914 CMC1915 CMC1950 CMC1917 CMC1959 CMC1916 CMC1918 CMC1919 CMC1920 CMC1922 CMC1923 CMC1924 CMC1921 CMC1925 CMC1929 CMC1926 CMC1927 CMC1928 CMC1930 CMC1931 CMC1932 CMC1956

Alabama State University Alcorn State University

Bluefield State College Bowie State University

Central State University

Charles Drew University Cheyney University

Chicago State University Coppin State University

CMC1938 CMC1957 CMC1940 CMC1958 CMC1942 CMC1943 CMC1941 CMC1945 CMC1946 CMC1951 CMC1947 CMC1952

Southern University New Orleans

Southern University Shreveport Southern University

Tennessee University

Texas Southern University

Thurgood Marshall Law Sch Tuskegee University Univ of DC Law

University Maryland E Sho University of D.C.

University of Arkansas

University of Virgin Isla

Virginia State University West Virginia State

Winston-Salem State University York College

Delaware State University

Elizabeth City State University Fayetteville State University Florida A&M Univ Law Sch Florida A&M University

Fort Valley State University Grambling University

Harris-Stowe State University Howard Law School Howard Univ Med

Howard University

Jackson University

Kentucky University

Langston University

Lincoln University of Pen Medgar Evers College Mississippi Valley Missouri Lincoln

Morgan University

N Carolina Univ School of Law Norfolk State University

North Carolina A&T State

North Carolina Central Un Prairie View University

Savannah State University South Carolina State Univ

Southern Univ Law Center

CMC2000 United Negro College Fund CMC2041

Allen University, SC

CMC2003

Bennett College, NC

CMC2002 CMC2004 CMC2005 CMC2006 CMC2007 CMC2008 CMC2009 CMC2020 CMC2011

CMC2012 CMC2013 CMC2014 CMC2015 CMC2016 CMC2017 CMC2018 CMC2019 CMC2021 CMC2022

Benedict College

Bethune-Cookman College Claflin University, SC

Clark Atlanta University Dillard University

Edward Waters College, FL Fisk University

Florida Memorial, FL

Huston-Tillotson College

Interdenominational Theor Jarvis Christian College

Johnson Smith University Lane College, TN

LeMoyne-Owen College Livingstone College, NC Miles College, AL

Morehouse College Morris College, SC

Oakwood College, AL


CMC2023

Paine College, GA

CMC2197

Community Family Center

CMC2026

Rust College

CMC2198

Denver Harbor Senior Center

CMC2025 CMC2027 CMC2029 CMC2030 CMC2031 CMC2032 CMC2040 CMC2033 CMC2034 CMC2035 CMC2036 CMC2038 CMC2037 CMC2039

Philander Smith College Saint Augustine’s College Shaw University, NC Spelman College

Stillman College, AL

CMC2126 CMC2129 CMC2168 CMC2145

Talladega College, AL

CMC2188

Tougaloo College

CMC2117

Virginia Union University

CMC2138

Wilberforce University

CMC2141

Xavier University

CMC2184

Texas College

CMC2183

Tuskegee University

CMC2133

Voorhees College, SC

CMC2135

Wiley College

CMC2142 CMC2144 CMC2146 CMC2154

CMC2100 United Way of Texas CMC2158 CMC2143 CMC2124 CMC2190 CMC2134 CMC2103 CMC2172 CMC2105 CMC2189 CMC2106 CMC2179 CMC2157 CMC2108 CMC2109 CMC2113 CMC2114

CMC2180 CMC2177 CMC2116

CMC2104 CMC2181 CMC2119

CMC2122 CMC2123

Angel Reach, Inc.

Motivation Education & T

New Caney New Horizons

University Speech, Language AccessHealth

American Red Cross

Arms Wide Adoption Service Avance AVDA

Avondale House BACODA

BakerRipley

Bay Area Rehabilitation Bay Area Turning Point Boy Scouts of America Boys and Girls Club

Bridge Over Trouble Water Bridgewood Farms

Career & Recover Resource Catholic Charities

Center for Hearing/Speech Children’s Safe Harbor

CMC2185 CMC2150 CMC2195 CMC2156 CMC2152 CMC2199 CMC2120 CMC2151 CMC2128 CMC2162 CMC2160 CMC2161 CMC2166 CMC2167 CMC2118

CMC2178 CMC2155 CMC2175 CMC2130 CMC2132 CMC2187 CMC2174 CMC2176

Crisis Intervention Center

DePelchin Children Center

Easter Seals Greater Houston Evelyn Rubenstein Comm Center

Family Svc of Greater Houston Fort Bend Regional Council Fort Bend Seniors Meals

Fort Bend Women Center Girl Scouts, San Jacinto

Gulf Coast Trades Center

Houston Area Urban League

Houston Area Women Center Innovative Alternatives Interfaith Ministries

Jewish Family Service

Legacy Community Health Lighthouse of Houston

Local Initiatives Support Lone Star Legal Aid MECA

Mental Health Am HOU

Montgomery County Women’s Montgomery County Youth S New Danville

Panther Creek Inspiration S.E.A.R.C.H.

San Jose Clinic

Santa Maria Hostel, Inc Star of Hope

Target Hunger The Center

The Council on Recovery The Montrose Center The Women’s Home

Tri-County Behavioral Health Urban Enrichment Institute

Volunteers of America Texas Wesley Community Center YMCA

Chinese Community Center Colorado Valley Transit

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Donating to the CMC

City of Houston employees can make a contribution through the CMC using Employee Self Service from Oct. 1-31.

Log on to ESS at portal.houstontx.gov.

Click on “Employee Self Service” at the top of the screen. Go to My CMC and click on CMC Elections. To add an agency, click on “Add Row.” Choose your agency from the drop down menu. Go to houstonCMC.org for a searchable list of agencies. Specifiy if you want your donation to be one-time or biweekly and type in the amount. Choose to have the agency contact you. Repeat for any additional agencies that you would like to give to, up to 10. If you want to delete an agency, simply highlight that row and click delete. Once you are finished with your selections, click “Calculate totals.” Your one-time, biweekly and grand total will show at the bottom of the form and indicate if you qualify for the Above and Beyond Club. If you are happy with your selections, click “Submit” at the top of the form. Click on 2022 CMC Receipt for a confirmation of your selections. You may access the 2022 CMC Election form any time during October to make changes to your elections.

Last Day to Pledge

Sunday, October 31

The CMC administrative fee is 4 percent of the total citywide donation for the campaign year.

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CMC Tribute: COH Cares


Contribution Form Name: ______________________________ Employee ID: Department:

_________________________

_________________________

1% Contribution per paycheck*: Contribution Type: Attach Cash, Check or Money Order (M.O.)

Agency Code

Per paycheck (24x)

__________

One-time deduction

Check/M.O. made out to agency

Cash

Check/M.O. made out to CMC

Agency Name

Amount $ $ $ $ $

Total

Per paycheck

Check / M.O.

$

Per paycheck total for 2022 (multiply by 24)

$

One time deduction

Cash

I would like to be an Above & Beyond Club contributor by giving 1% or more of my pay

Yes

No

I would like an acknowledgement from the agency that may be used as a tax receipt

Yes

No

If yes, please provide an e-mail address:

@

Employee Signature: ______________________________________ Date: _____________________ By signing this form, I acknowledge I have read and understand the policies and procedures as stated in the CMC Tribute.

*How to calculate my 1%

In this example, the employee would donate $10.83 from each paycheck to be in the Above & Beyond Club.

Biweekly Total Gross Pay = ___________ multiply by 26 = ___________ divide by 24 = ___________ divide by 100 = ___________

$ 1,000 _ _ _ _ $ 26,000 multiply by 26 = ___________ $ 1,083.33 divide by 24 = ___________ divide by 100 = ___________ $ 10.83

Example Biweekly Total Gross Pay

The CMC administration fee is 4 percent. Make a copy of this form for your records.

www.houstonCMC.org

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Last Day to Pledge Saturday, October 31 Important Dates CMC Starts Friday, October 1 Online Auction Opens Monday, October 11 Online Auction Closes Friday, October 22 CMC Ends Sunday, October 31 Reconciliation Begins Monday, November 1 Reconciliation Ends Friday, November 12 CMC Recognition February 2022

www.HoustonCMC.org