This January the Operation RoundUp board met and awarded $19,935 to local non-profits and qualifying individuals in need.
Among those receiving grants were The Academy of Double H Ranch, Cartersville Service League, ConnectAbility, Inc., The Craddock Center, Dawson County Wee Books Program, Inc., Friends of the Cherokee Public Library, History Cherokee, Knights of Columbus, Next Generation Youth Development, Inc., Serenity Foundation Gives, South Enotah Child Advocacy Center, Inc., St. Vincent de Paul Society.
Individuals received grants for housing, clothing, groceries, propane, home repairs, and health needs.
We are proud to offer the Operation RoundUp program because it adheres to one of the seven cooperative principals: “Concern for Community,” and the power of community is what being an electric cooperative is all about. If you would like to join or donate to the program please call 706-253-5200.