When we look at how to have the greatest impact in our community, Noble REMC looks across our service territory at a multitude of worthy causes.
That’s why we’re so grateful to our members who help us in our mission to give back through our Operation Round Up grant program.
With more than 85% of our members participating, the pennies donated by rounding up your bill each month are making a big impact. Your contributions are reaching every part of our community, from local food banks to historical initiatives to youth programs.
The fourth quarter distribution of the Operation Round Up Trust Fund awarded $8,250 to eight different organizations in our community, including:
- Community Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Indiana, Inc., $1,500, Noble County Farm Wagon
- Five Medals Living History, Inc., $1,000, Five Medals at the Trace Event
- McMillen Health, $1,000, Preventative Health Education Programs
- Wolf Lake Gun Club, $1,500, tables, chairs and picnic tables
- Camp Lutherhaven, $1,000, touchless drinking fountain and bottle filling station
- Churubusco Jr./Sr. High School Fine Arts Department, $1,000, replacing and upgrading lighting
- Kendallville Heritage Association, $250, history program
- Noble House Ministries, Inc., $1,000, commercial-grade equipment
Thank you again to those members who choose to participate in the program and contribute to improving the quality of life in our area. None of this would be possible without your generosity.
For local nonprofit organizations who are seeking funding for a project, please fill out and return an application to the Noble REMC office by Jan. 3 to be considered for the next round of Operation Round Up disbursements. Applications can be downloaded from nobleremc.com.