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.

What your dollars do for the community
2022 Campaign
COH Cares
The generosity of city employees improves conditions and demonstrates the power of the collective dollar and its impact.

On Purpose – Agency Code 2870

  • $25 provides one hour of career, education, and life enrichment for at-risk youth. 
  • $100 provides assistance for IT certification exam fees and better financial opportunities for at-risk youth. 


Queen Life LogoQueenLyfe – Agency Code 2863

  • $100 alllowed 8 young women to experience the youth development program "Project Mona Lisa" at Dulles Middle School. 
  • $100 provides one student 4 hours of a virtual youth development program in the fall of this year. 


Center for the Missing -- Agency Code 2416                          Houston’s Amber Alert Provider

  • $250 provides child ID kits and safety tips for an entire grade level at a school. 
  • $500 provides 1 Amber Alert for an endangered missing child. 
  • $25 provides safety education and child ID kits for one family. 
  • $50 provides crisis case management services for one missing person and his or her family. 
  • $100 provides Amber Alert and Silver Alert Activation Training for 20 law enforcement officers. 


Vita Living LogoVita Living – Agency Code 2823

  • $250 provides additional staff training hours to ensure clients are safe and well cared-for. 
  • $55 fills a gas tank for one of our wheel-chair accessible vans. 
  • $125 covers two months of community activities like bowling and zoo trips for a client. 


Coalition for the HomelessCoalition for the Homeless Houston – Agency Code 2203

  • Donations allow us to continue to plan, coordinate and advocate for individuals experiencing homelessness, which get us one step closer to our vision of making homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring.


Knowledge First Empowerment LogoKnowledge-First Empowerment – Agency Code 2217

  • $5 feeds one student for a month.  
  • $100 purchases the online curriculum for each student to complete his or her assignments. 
  • $250 purchases a laptop for a student to complete his or her High School Diploma at home. 
  • $500 covers the cost of ALL materials and supplies for a high school graduate. 
  • $25 feeds one student for two weeks. 


Screen Shot 2020 09 22 at 1.31.02 PMIvy League Educational and Charities Foundation – Agency Code 2880

  • $25 provides one student needed supplies for the school year.
  • $50 helps us offset the cost of childcare services through our annual grant to a local early education center.
  • $100 can help a student apply for college and finance their college studies through our #CAP partnership program and annual scholarship awards.


Bread of Life – Agency code 2209

  • $25 provides 25 pounds of fresh fruits, vegetables, and nonperishable food items to a family of four.


images 43 A Bereavement – Agency code 2402

  • $50 provides one family with a call from a funeral consultant at 3 A Bereavement to give guidance on funeral arrangements, referral resources and assistance.
  • For 2 consecutive years, the employees of the City of Houston donated fruit baskets & toys for Christmas for bereaved families and children:
    • 1st year – FY2010 
      • Christmas toys for 37 children 
      • Fruit baskets for 11 families
    • 2nd year – FY2011 
      • Christmas toys for 13 children 
      • Fruit baskets for 11 families


2022 CMC infograph


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