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“Small change that changes lives” is the foundation on which the Operation Round Up program was built. Members who agree to participate allow Alfalfa Electric Cooperative to “round up” their monthly electric bill to the next highest dollar. For example, a bill of $55.75 would be rounded up to $56.00, with the additional $0.25 going to the Operation Round Up fund.
The amount “rounded-up” on each participating customer’s bill averages a total of $6 per year. The monthly billing statement shows how much is being donated each month, along with a year-end statement. The amount contributed to Operation Round Up is tax-deductible as tax laws permit.
Operation Round is an opt-out program with all Alfalfa Electric Cooperative members being automatically enrolled when they become a member. Members can opt-out at any time by simply contacting their local district office.
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All applications must be approved by the Alfalfa Electric Cooperative Foundation Board before funds are awarded and are judged based on the need and type of service required. The disbursement of funds to individuals and organizations are for:
• Medical Need
Meeting dates are January, March, May, July, September, November. Applications are due by the 1st day of meeting month to be considered.
This fund is administered separately by the Alfalfa Electric Cooperative Foundation Board, a board of volunteer directors made up of community leaders from the seven counties served by the Cooperative. The Board meets every two months to review applications, and all Operation Round Up funds stay right here in the service territory. Guidelines for awarding this money address needs, such as home repairs and other community services.
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Providing affordable and reliable energy to our members is a top priority, but so is keeping them safe. Alfalfa Electric Cooperative is available for safety demonstrations at schools, churches, and civic groups. The Cooperative also provides safety training for first responders. If you are interested in learning more, please contact our office.