Give Where You Live
One of the best feelings in the world is giving. One of the easiest ways to give to your community is Operation Round-Up.
Operation Round-Up is a charitable program funded by Sun River Electric Cooperative members (YOU!) who "round up" their electric bills to the next whole dollar amount. These funds are then gifted to non-profit, community based, organizations within the Sun River Electric service territory.
Operation Round-Up Mission
The goal of the Operation Round-Up program is to help local organizations and communities address unmet needs in the areas of youth, education, public safety, health, community and emergency services, to name a few.
Requests for Funding
Click here to complete an application for funding. Requests will be reviewed by the Operation Round-Up Committee and approved by the Board of Directors.
How it Works
If you choose to participate, and your bill is $64.35, SREC will round up your payment to the nearest dollar, or $65.00, and the extra $0.65 will be pooled with other members' Round-Up donations. The funds are then redistributed to help meet the needs of those in our communities.
Most people who participate in Operation Round-Up donate about $6 annually, which isn't much individually, but adds up the more members participate.
To date, other participating cooperative members throughout the nation have given over $50 million back into their communities by simply allowing their monthly electric bills to be rounded-up to the nearest dollar.
If you already participate in Operation Round-Up, thank you! Here are a few ways your change is making a big impact:
Teton County EMS for new CPR training equipment
Conrad's City Hall for handicapped entrance doors
Pondera Medical Center for the purchase of a newer handicapped van
Greenfield School for an automated external defibrillator (AED)
Sun River and Augusta areas for flood relief.
Fairfield Swimming Pool - ADA updates
A small donation can make a big difference in your community!
This is a voluntary program and members can opt-out at any time by calling the office at 406-467-2526.