The annual State Charitable Contributions Program for 2012 held its kick-off celebration recently at the James J. “Sloppy” Floyd Veterans Memorial Building in Atlanta, with Commissioner Sid Johnson of the Department of Administrative Services presiding.
As part of the celebration preparatory to the Oct. 1, 2012 beginning of this year’s campaign, the 2011/2012 State Charitable Contributions Award Program Award Winners were recognized, and Clayton State University was among the honorees in the Commissioner’s Award Category for state agencies and colleges/universities with 501 to 1000 employees. In all, only three state agencies in the 501-1000 employee category were honored for their rate of contribution per employee; the Prosecuting Attorney’s Council, the Department of Education, and Clayton State.
The 2012 State Charitable Contributions Program at Clayton State was under the direction of Dean of Libraries Dr. Gordon Baker.