Round up your electric bill to make a difference in your community!
Operation Round Up is a voluntary program in which KREMC members pool their resources together to help those in need. The concept is simple: each month, KREMC members who have volunteered for the program allow us to round up their bill to the next dollar. For example, if a member has an electric bill of $53.86, that bill would be rounded up to $54.00, with 14 cents being donated to the program. If a member has multiple accounts, they can decide if they would like each account rounded up or just one. Each participating member, on average, contributes approximately $6.00 a year.
The money is then deposited into the Kosciusko REMC Operation Round Up fund, held at the Kosciusko County Community Foundation. A voluntary advisory committee, comprised of KREMC members, meets regularly to review applications for Operation Round Up grants, and to make grant recommendations. Charitable organizations in Kosciusko REMC’s service area may apply for a grant from the trust. Funds will not be used to pay utility bills or go towards political campaigns. Grant applications are due the 1st of the following months: February, May, August, and November. Learn more about the grant application process.
Learn more about Operation Round Up in this video.
For more information, call KREMC at 574.267.6331. To opt out, please fill out the below brochure form and mail to KREMC or email us with your account number and name.