Operation Round Up is a program designed to provide financial assistance to worthwhile individuals and organizations. The CECF board of directors meets quarterly to review applications from individuals and organizations in the area. The maximum annual grant that can be approved is $10,000 for organizations and $2,500 for individuals.
The board of directors for the Cotton Electric Charitable Foundation will meet again Sept. 6, 2017, to review applications for the quarter. Third-quarter applications are due Aug. 23.
Cotton Electric Charitable Foundation board members include Carly Douglass, President; Carter Waid, Vice President; Danny Marlett, Secretary-Treasurer; Jennifer Meason, CEO of Cotton Electric, and Ronnie Bohot, president of the Cotton Electric Board of Trustees.
Applications to the Operation Round Up program are available at the links below or by calling Shane Bowers at 580-875-4216. Individual applications MUST include a letter of referral from a reputable service agency or non-profit organization.
NEW REQUIREMENT: All applications for grants benefitting schools require the signature of the school superintendent. This includes applications submitted by booster clubs, parent-teacher organizations and other school-related groups, teachers and principals. This requirement was established to ensure coordinated communication on projects that fit a school district’s priorities.