Operation Round Up FAQs

What are possible uses of the funds?

A special thank you to our member-consumers for the generous contributions that led to the following grant opportunities within our community in 2023:

Organization Project or Program Grant Amount
Healthy Families Baby Buck items $1,500
Shirley Volunteer Fire Department Funds to contribute to new fire station $1,000
Henry County Young Life Outdoor speaker for events $1,499
Alquina Blue Arrows Park Updates to basketball court $2,000
New Castle Little League Softball Security cameras $2,730
New Castle HC Youth Baseball Concession upgrade $1,500
Henry County Farmer's Market Tent $513.57
New Castle Family & Internal Medicine Children's books $500
Henry County Tailshaker’s Club Dog Agility Equipment $1,000
Healthy Communities of Henry County Extension of Wilbur Wright Trail $3,000
Bentonville Volunteer Fire Department Multi-gas detection system $1,300
Henry County Pregnancy Care Center Computer system upgrade $1,500
Second Harvest Food Bank Hygiene items for families in need $2,000
4H Multi-county annual 4H contribution $7,500
Scholarships Henry County REMC annual senior scholarship awards $6,000
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.