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First Electric members fund donations to 12 nonprofits

First Electric members fund donations to 12 nonprofits

Posted on January 27th, 2022

First Electric Cooperative’s member-supported Operation Round-Up program awarded $18,100 to 12 local organizations in December.

Members who enroll in Operation Round-Up volunteer to have their electric bill rounded up to the next even dollar amount each month. They have donated more than $1.36 million for local service organizations and scholarships for high school seniors since 1998. Members may enroll by calling 800-489-7405 or by submitting this form.

The Operation Round-Up Trust fund is overseen by a nine-member board of community members, who are selected to serve by First Electric’s board of directors. The trustees meet quarterly to review donation applications and select the recipients. 

Recipients by county include:

Arkansas County

• Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Arkansas County — $1,200

Cleburne County

• CASA of the 16th Judicial District — $2,000

Conway County

• Conway County Center for Exceptional Children — $1,000

Garland County

• Lifelong Learning Institute — $1,000

Lonoke County

• Cabot Christmas Alliance — $2,500

Perry County

• Renewal Ranch — $1,000

Pulaski County

• Beautiful Feet. Beautiful Minds. — $1,000

• Operation Warm Heart — $2,000

• United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arkansas — $1,500

• West Pulaski Fire Protection District — $2,200

Stone County

• Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Stone County — $1,200

White County

• El Paso Parks and Playgrounds Association — $1,500

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