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In December 2021, the Tri-County EMC Foundation Board approved grants for 8 projects, totaling $22,344.07 in Operation Roundup funds, to benefit organizations or individuals in local communities.
All Angels Episcopal Church: $2,500 to purchase food for a backpack ministry supporting students in need in Putnam County.
Baldwin County Schools: $5,000 funds to support the infrastructure and installation of a greenhouse project for Baldwin County Schools.
Baldwin County Early Learning Center: $1,000 to purchase home essential items for underprivileged families and children in Baldwin County that cannot be purchased with SNAP benefits.
First United Methodist Church of Eatonton: $1,401.30 to purchase wheelchair ramp materials for a recently widowed individual in Putnam County.
Habitat for Humanity of Milledgeville/Baldwin County: $1,442.77 to purchase materials to construct wheelchair ramps for two individuals in need in Baldwin County.
Jasper County Community Food Bank: $4,000 to purchase food for a food bank serving Jasper County.
Jones County Department of Fire and Rescue: $5,000 to go towards the purchase of a boat and trailer to be used for search and rescue efforts in Jones County.
The Georgia Parenting Project: $2,000 to go towards the purchase of a washer and dryer to be used to launder donated linens and wash clothes for displaced families in Putnam County.
For more information on the Operation Roundup Grant Program, click here. The next deadline to apply for a grant is March 1.