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Operation Round Up Grants in August

Operation Round Up Grants in August

The Operation Round Up Foundation awarded $30,993 to the following organizations in August, 2018:

  • Phoenix Central for Google Chromebooks
  • Licking County Library for 2 Automated External Defibrillators (AED)
  • PBJ Connections for office furniture
  • St. Louisville Police Department for protective gear
  • Licking County Coalition of Housing  towards service van for maintenance personnel
  • Village of Philo towards rubber mulch for Village Hall playground
  • United Way of Licking County for technology
  • New Hope Lutheran Church for back to school fest
  • Center for Disability Services towards capital campaign
  • Village of Gratiot towards furnace replacement.

Online Round Up Application

Application for Round Up Funding – Organization
(Must benefit an organization within The Energy Cooperative service area)

Application for Operation Round Up Funding – Individual (pdf)
(Must reside within the service area and be a member/consumer of The Energy Cooperative)

Application materials need to be received ten days prior to the meeting date for consideration at that meeting, except in November when the application materials need to be received by November 17, 2018 for early disbursement before the Holidays. The meeting dates for 2018 are as follows: February 6, April 3, June 5, August 7, October 9, and December 11.

Operation Round Up Grants

At the June meeting, The Energy Cooperative’s Operation Round Up Foundation awarded $44,803 to the following community organizations: The Turban Project for sewing machines Robbins Hunter Museum plant markers for historic garden Knox County Board of Dev. Dis. towards construction of inclusive playground Transitions for window replacement HNCO/Hospice of Knox County for inflatable shampoo basins and…Continue Reading

Operation Round Up Grants Awarded

In April of 2018, The Energy Cooperative’s Operation Round Up Foundation awarded $69,700 to the following community organizations: Licking County YMCA toward the renovation and expansion of their Western Branch. YMCA of Mount Vernon toward a renovation. Newark Midland Theatre toward the purchase of sound board equipment. Hospice of Central Ohio toward the purchase of laptops…Continue Reading

Operation Round Up Grants Awarded

In February of 2018 The Energy Cooperative’s Operation Round Up Foundation awarded $55,108 to the following community groups: Newark Police K-9 Fund to purchase K-9 and cruiser modifications Mary Ann Township Fire Department to purchase gas monitor equipment Knox County 4-H Planning Committee toward construction of 4-H activity center Larry Miller Intermediate School to purchase ChromeBook charging…Continue Reading

Happy Spring! Be Prepared for Stormy Weather

Central Ohio’s winter has been unseasonably warm and fairly quiet, but stormy spring weather may be right around the corner. Being prepared can help you and your family better handle severe weather and the power outages that often accompany it. Develop a family plan: Discuss with your family how to prepare and respond to the types of emergencies most…Continue Reading

Phone Solicitations to Electric Members

Several cooperative members who receive our electric service recently made us aware that they have been solicited by phone, and in-person, by organizations or individuals who claim to represent competing utility suppliers, with the objective of getting members to agree to switch their electric service to another provider. The Energy Cooperative does not participate in…Continue Reading

Round Up Awards Community Groups in December

  In December of 2016, The Energy Cooperative Operation Round Up Foundation, Inc. awarded $46,346 to the following community groups in our service area: Johnstown Choir Boosters for a theater scrim Salvation Army (Newark) for food preparation equipment & bedding Licking County Library for two Automated External Defibrillators (AED) Knox County Head Start towards a dishwasher for the center…Continue Reading

Cooperative Grant Provides Funds for Veteran Groups

Newark, OH: On Veterans Day, 2015, The Energy Cooperative (TEC) unveiled an addition to its propane fleet of vehicles — a bobtail delivery truck with an American patriotic design. Its special purpose is to “pay-it-forward” to those who sacrificed for our country – for every gallon of propane delivered by the patriotic truck, one penny is…Continue Reading

McVey Elected to Chair of Licking County Chamber of Commerce Board

Newark, Ohio: The Energy Cooperative’s (TEC) Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Dan McVey, was recently elected as chairperson of the Licking County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. The announcement came at the recent Licking County Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Awards Celebration held in August. McVey officially took over as chairperson on…Continue Reading