CMC

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.

City employees giving back to the community
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BID
Annual CMC Auction
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GIVE
How to donate
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2022 Campaign
COH Cares
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750+
Current agency list
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CMC Events
2020
The generosity of city employees improves conditions and demonstrates the power of the collective dollar and its impact.

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.

2022 CMC Tribute

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.

The 2022 employee giving drive highlights the unified goal of CMC agencies and city employees to show that COH cares.

2022 CMC Auction is about to begin, are you ready to bid?

Bidding war begins October 11 and ends October 22!

Are you a 501 c3 agency?

We will start acceptation applications in February of next year. Applications will be due May 31.

Apply

Combined Municipal Campaign FAQ

Want to know how to donate? Want to know how to sign up for the CMC? Well we have the answers here.

Answers

Hear what they are saying about the CMC!

Steven Holloway, CEO & Founder

"Thank you for your support and please know that your contribution is priceless.  It opens the doors for many children’s lives to become more wholesome; it will never be in vain."

-Steven Holloway, CEO & Founder
Harper Jones, Chairman - Board of Directors

"Thank you for your gift given in April 2016. We acknowledge your support to Open Door Mission. This gift will help continue transforming the lives of the addicted, destitute, and homeless or disabled."

-Harper Jones, Chairman - Board of Directors