Making An Impact
In addition to providing affordable electric service to our customers, Nolin RECC is committed to working for a positive change within the community. With your participation, our Operation Round-Up® program helps make that change a reality.
How It Works
Through Operation Round-Up®, Nolin RECC automatically rounds up a participating member’s electric bill to the next highest dollar. For example, through the program, a customer’s monthly bill of $65.25 would be automatically rounded up to $66.00. The additional 75 cents would go to the Operation Round-Up® fund. A non-profit board of directors made up of local citizens then allocates this money to a variety of worthy causes throughout the community. This program has donated over $240,000 to our local communities since 2006. Recent grants awarded went to Community Health Clinic, Central Valley Feed the Homeless, Hardin County Regional Farmers Market Foundation, Hardin County Schools: Hardin County Day Treatment Center, LaRue County Schools: Preschool on College Street, Rachel’s Fun for Everyone Project, Mission Hope for Kids, Inc., Colonel John Hardin Chapter Sons of the American Revolution / Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution.
Operation Round-Up® is about local dollars meeting local needs in the local community. As a volunteer program, the success of Operation Round-Up® depends upon your participation. The more you’re involved, the more significant the community impact. If you would like more information about the Operation Round-Up® program, please call Nolin RECC at (270) 765-6153. Checkout the video below discussing the Operation Round-Up program.
Apply online HERE or pick up an application at our E’town or Radcliff office. Deadline to apply is May 7, 2021.
Learn about the process to apply for community impacts grants by watching the videocast above or listening to the podcast below