Supporting our community

Here are the latest Operation Round Up grant recipients

Posted on Jun 02 2021 in Marshall County REMC
Operation Quiet Comfort
Operation: Quiet Comfort board members Ken Houin, Jan Houin and Peggy Reynolds accept an Operation Round Up grant to assist with postage cost used to send 20–50 boxes to our troops every month.

Marshall County Advanced 4-H Electric received funding to help purchase electric kits for the first-year advanced students. The advanced 4-H Electric program educates young members in the many uses of electricity and how using electricity can positively impact their future endeavors for the rest of their lives. 

Operation: Quiet Comfort received funding to assist with postage cost. Operation: Quiet Comfort sends 20–50 boxes to our troops every month. The organization honors and comforts those in the U.S. Armed Forces who have been injured while serving in harm’s way and to provide much needed emotional and moral support to those serving our country far from home and family. 

The Operation Round Up program allows Marshall County REMC members to reach out to worthy causes in their community and work together to help others. Thank you to those members who participate in Operation Round Up and to the Marshall County Community Foundation for making these donations possible. You have helped donate over $157,000 to organizations in the community!

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If your group or organization could benefit from a grant, submit an application by July 1. Applications are available at under the community tab.