Operation Round Up
Operation Round Up is a community service program that provides funding for charitable and benevolent purposes for individuals, families and organizations in our community. This program allows Paulding Putnam Electric members the opportunity to make a big impact on many lives for just pennies!
Follow the Operation Round Up Brochure Link, if you would like more information about the program:
Please Note: All applications being submitted by schools and/or school organizations must be submitted through the main administration office and signed by the school superintendent or other authorized representative.
Current Board Members
Devin Sheets – Van Wert County
Bob Yager – District #1 (Indiana)
Janet Spindler – District #5 (Indiana)
Jane Nice – Paulding County
Mary Beth Weisenburger – Putnam County
DEADLINES: The Operation Round Up Board of Trustees meet quarterly to review grants.
Here are the deadlines: March 31st, June 30th, Sept. 30th, & Dec. 31.
Where To Send Application?
Send Applications to:
Renee Boss ~ Mail: 401 McDonald Pike, Paulding, Ohio 45879 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Operation Round Up?
One of the Seven Cooperative Principles that provide the guidelines by which cooperatives put their values into practice is Commitment to Community. One of the ways that Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative shows a Commitment to Community is through the Operation Round Up program. Operation Round Up® is a unique voluntary program designed to provide financial assistance to worthwhile projects and charities in our surrounding communities.
Operations Round Up® works like this: The cooperative will round up electric bills of participating members to the next dollar. For example, if your bill is $41.70, it would be “rounded up” to $42. Your maximum contribution per year could be $11.88, but generally will be less than that, averaging $6 per year. Your contribution is tax deductible and the funds are administered by the PPEC Trust Board, which is made up of members from throughout our service territory. By joining this program you are continuing the “neighbor helping neighbor” concept that founded the cooperative years ago.