Operation Round Up FAQs

What are possible uses of the funds?

Contributions and investments of Operation Round-Up funds may be made to non-profit organizations, schools and community groups that improve our community, support job creation, enhance the quality of life or support those in need of help with food, clothing, shelter, health issues, and other basic life needs.

Recent Donations

Operation Round-Up 2021 approved grants, as of October 2021 Board of Trustees meeting:

Organization Project or Program Grant Amount
American Red Cross of Central Indiana Biomedical scale $1,663
Knightstown Community Food Pantry Two-door freezer for pantry $2,500
Dunreith Volunteer Fire Department Firemen gear $2,500
Heartland Christian School Shelving/equipment for in-house library Up to $2,000
Christian Love Help Center/Shelter Food pantry supplies $1,000
New Castle Family & Internal Medicine 'Reach Out & Read' Books $1,000
Second Harvest Food Bank Hygiene Items $1,000
BRV Church of the Nazarene Lighting Fixtures/Upgrades $745
Who can apply?

Non-profit groups in the community can apply. It is the responsibility of the Operation Round-Up Committee to evaluate applications and distribute the funds according to the program's bylaws. Application forms are available at the HCREMC office or can be filled out online using our Operation Roundup Grant Application.

Application deadlines are the first Monday in January, April, July, and October.