What is Operation Round Up™?
Operation Round Up is a charitable giving program unique to electric cooperatives that is designed to provide financial donations to worthwhile community programs and help member families who have faced a tragic event.
How does Operation Round Up work?
As a participant, your monthly electric bill is automatically “rounded up” to the nearest dollar. For example, if your bill is $64.35, you will pay $65.00, with the extra 65 cents going into a special fund administered by the Clarke Electric Cooperative Operation Round-Up Board.
How will the money be used?
The Clarke Electric Cooperative Operation Round-Up Board will distribute the money collected by Operation Round Up.
The primary purpose of Operation Round Up is to address charitable needs and provide financial assistance anywhere in the eight counties served by Clarke Electric Cooperative. Your contribution improves the lives of others. No funds will be used for political purposes, and no funds will go to directly pay someone’s utility bill.
The following counties will be served by the program: Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, Madison, Ringgold, Union, Warren and Wayne.
How do I participate?
Unless you tell us you do not want to participate, you are automatically enrolled. If you wish to opt out of the program, you can call 800-362-2154 or email us at .
What if I have multiple accounts? Will I pay extra on each of them?
No. Only a member’s primary account will be rounded.
How do I apply for an Operation Round-Up grant?
If you are a member of a non-profit group and your group has a project that needs a financial boost to get you across the finish line or if you are an individual that has recently experienced an unforeseeable emergency (i.e. house fire, health diagnosis, tornado) you can apply for an Operation Round-Up Grant. Select from the links listed here to learn more about how the Operation Round-Up program or complete the necessary application form.