“Lend A Helping Hand” Campaign Results

The Lend A Helping Hand campaign officers are pleased to present the results of this year’s fund drive. We thank all state employees who participated for their generous donations and efforts to make this campaign successful. We express special appreciation to department campaign coordinators who made this campaign possible.

This year, 1,189 employees from 32 different state agencies pledged a total of $285,574 in donations.

Top 10 Departments by Donation

DepartmentPledged Donations
Courts$28,864
Human Services$26,517
Workforce Services$25,712
Health$22,165
Tax Commission$20,889
Attorney General$18,748
Natural Resources$17,395
Public Safety$15,823
Transportation$14,239
Environmental Quality$11,861
Others$75,441

TOTAL

$277,655

Top 10 Departments by Number of Employees Who Donated

DepartmentDonorsTotal EmployeesParticipation Rate
Health1021,5156.73%
Courts721,1896.06%
Workforce Services682,1593.15%
Public Safety671,6474.07%
Human Service664,0671.62%
Tax Commission566558.55%
Attorney General5352910.02%
Environmental Quality4539611.36%
Technology Services387325.19%
Heritage and Arts3717621.02%
Others25011,0882.25%
TOTAL85424,1533.54%

All Departments Whose Employees Donated

  • Administrative Services
  • Agriculture & Food
  • Alcoholic Beverage Control
  • Attorney General
  • Board of Pardons and Parole
  • Career Service Review Board
  • Commerce
  • Corrections
  • Courts
  • Environmental Quality
  • Financial Institutions
  • Governor’s Office
  • Governor’s Office of Economic Development
  • Health
  • Heritage & Arts
  • Human Resource Management
  • Human Services
  • Insurance
  • Labor Commission
  • Legislative Fiscal Analyst
  • Legislative Research & General Counsel
  • Legislative Services
  • National Guard
  • Natural Resources
  • Public Lands Policy Coordination Office
  • Public Safety
  • Public Service Commission
  • Senate
  • Tax Commission
  • Technology Services
  • Transportation
  • Workforce Services

Last updated: September 21, 2022 at 10:42 am