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Operation Round-Up Funds Nonprofits

Operation Round-Up Funds Nonprofits

Posted on April 27th, 2022

First Electric’s member-supported Operation Round-Up program awarded $18,000 to 13 local organizations in April. The donations were made possible through the generosity of First Electric members who volunteer to have their bill rounded up to the next even dollar each month.

Cleburne County

  • Pine Snag-Lobo Fire Department, $2,000

Conway County

  • Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Conway County, $1,000 

Garland County

  • Hot Springs Village Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Assoc., $1,500

Lonoke County

  • Kohen’s Park Foundation (see photos), $2,000 

Perry County

  • Perry County Historical Museum, $1,000

Pulaski County

  • AR Kids Read, $1,000
  • Fishnet Missions of Jacksonville, $2,000
  • Pulaski County Youth Services, $1,000
  • Home of the Healing, $2,000
  • Bohemia Cares, $2,000
  • Here to Help Foundation,$2,000

Yell County

  • Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Yell Co., $250
  • Scholars Fund for Education, $250


(Pictured) Kohen’s Park Foundation was started by Kohen’s family so they and the community could remember him every day after he went to be with the Lord in 2008. The park is located in Sylvania. If offers eight acres of playgrounds, a pavilion, a soccer field, a basketball court, walking trail and more. The goal of the Kohen’s Park is to provide a place of joy for children so that the joy Kohen brought everyone will never be forgotten. With the $2,000 Operation Round-Up donation, the foundation will add more mulch, powder-coat benches and replace sand in the sandbox. God has always made a way for the foundation to maintain the equipment and continues to do so with the generosity of everyone involved in ORU.

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