Are you rounding up? The average contribution for Operation RoundUp per household is $6 per year. That means that for less than the cost of 4 LED light bulbs you can help positively impact your neighbors and your community.
The quarterly meeting of Amicalola EMC’s Operation RoundUp board was held in October and $27,732 was awarded to area non-profits and individuals in need. This brings the total awarded during 2023 to $67,614. All donations are used for food, shelter, clothing, health needs, education and specialty needs. Donations are also given to house fire victims within the Amicalola EMC service area.
This quarter, organizations such as Georgia Foundation for Agriculture is being awarded money for a unique STEM based program for kids, New Beginnings for Gilmer County is raising seed money to begin building quadraplexes for home ownership, Northern Star is providing food, clothing, health care and education costs for 4 young adults to participate in their program for 6 months, and Pickens County High will purchase gift cards to award to students in order to promote good attendance.
The monthly cost to you is never more than .99 a month, and you can opt out at any time. Please call 706-253-5200 to join!