Charitable Trust awards grants

The board members who serve on the Capital Electric Cooperative Charitable Trust meet two times a year to review Operation Round Up applications and award grants. In February, Roger Christianson, Jerry Doan, LeAna Hug, Barb Handy-Marchello and Jim McCullough reviewed applications that were submitted by Jan. 31.

The board members awarded seven grants totaling $14,500. Checks were distributed during a presentation ceremony on Feb. 16 at co-op headquarters in Bismarck. The following individuals and organizations received assistance from participating Capital Electric members and the co-op’s Operation Round Up program:

• Abused Adult Resource Center

• Wing Public School

• Tracy’s Sanctuary House

• A community resident for a medical need

• Baptist Health Care Center

• Freedom Riders/Disabled American Vets

• Ministry on the Margins

The next application deadline will be July 29. Any person in the counties of Burleigh and Sheridan may submit an application to receive an Operation Round Up grant. To request an application, call Capital Electric Cooperative at 701-223-1513 or download the form at www.capitalelec.com (click “Member Services” and “Operation Round Up”).

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