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Operation Round Up November 2023


Members who wish to participate in Operation Round Up can have Orange County REMC automatically round their electric and/or fiber bills to the next highest dollar each month. The amount contributed by each member is less than a dollar a month and will average about $6 a year. Those extra few dollars from our members can greatly impact groups and organizations, making a big difference in our community. Seven local organizations received grants in the November 2023 Operation Round Up board of trustees meeting. Details of the funds awarded are listed below.




Pictured: (left) Janet Keehn and (right) Brandon Query.


Orange County Habitat for Humanity received a $611 grant to purchase a water heater.


Hands of Grace received a $500 grant for improvements and upgrades for Recovery Home.

Southern Indiana Community Health received a $1,000 grant to purchase an adjustable exam table.


Families Rising received a $500 grant for miscellaneous expenses.


Paoli Community Schools Nurse's Donation Fund received a grant of $600 to purchase clothing, health supplies, and glasses for students.


Pride of Paoli Band Boosters received a $2,000 grant to purchase food for band students.


Safe Haven Recovery Engagement Center, LLC received a $1,000 grant to fund the Voice of Recovery program.


If you are part of a school group, community organization, fire department, first responder group, 4-H club or other local non-profit and would like to apply for an Operation Round Up grant, go to www.myremc.coop and look under the “Community” menu to download an application and grant guidelines.


The deadline to apply for the next cycle of grants is February 16, 2024. The board of trustees will meet on March 4, 2024 to review the applications.


GRANT TOTALS:

Awarded in November 2023: $6,377

Grand Total since 2003: $601,746








Trustee Luke Baker finished his time serving with us. He served 5 years on the board.






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