The Combined Municipal Campaign allows city employees to demonstrate their strong sense of community by supporting environmental, health and social welfare issues that concern the citizens of Houston.

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Mayor Sylvester Turner 300I 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

Being a part of the CMC

Demonstrating a strong sense of community by supporting issues that concern the citizens of Houston.

The 2022 “COH Cares” CMC kicks off on Friday, Oct. 1.

The 2022 CMC Online Auction will be held Monday, October 11 - Friday, October 22. Bidding starts at 10% of the suggested retail value — no exceptions.

If you are a company or corporation and would like to donate, please fill out the CMC auction donation form

  • Expiration dates for all business and corporate donations must be dated after Oct. 31, 2021.
  • You may also submit your logo to be included in promotional material.

Our annual Tribute highlights new CMC agency, Houston’s Freedmen’s Town Conservancy, and the work all of our registered nonprofits and city employees do to show we our community we care!

Hear what they are saying about the CMC!

Sandra J. Schultz, President/CEO

"Thank you for touching lives through your generosity. Every day, because of the caring hearts of friends like you, we see lives changed as Houstonians begin to live the life God has planned for them and return to work to support their families."

-Sandra J. Schultz, President/CEO
Roy G. Perry, Chairman & President

"We are grateful for your faith in the ability of this Foundation to carry out its mission of raising funds to support projects and programs at Prairie View A&M University. This is only possible because of thoughtful contributions from people like you."

-Roy G. Perry, Chairman & President