Amicalola EMC’s Operation RoundUp Reaches $2.2 million

During April 2017, Operation RoundUp awarded over $28,000 to area non-profit organizations and qualifying individuals. Organizations receiving grants included: Action Ministries/Appalachian Children’s Center/Boy Scouts of America/Camp Kudzu/Ferst Foundation of Cherokee/Gilmer Christian /Learning Center/GHS Technology Student Assoc./Girl Scout Troop 10601/Habitat for Humanity – Pickens/Hill City Elementary Heritage Days/Hospice Promise Foundation/Mountain Wisdom/MUST Ministries/North Georgia Christian Academy/Pickens County 4-H/Pickens County Public Library/Pickens County School District and Ruth House Ministries.

Donations were also made on behalf of individuals for medication, medical bills, health and dental needs, rent, propane gas, repairs to house and mortgage assistance.

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Posted on May 18, 2017

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