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In December 2022, the Tri-County EMC Foundation Board approved grants for 8 projects, totaling $25,032.10 in Operation Roundup funds, to benefit organizations or individuals in local communities.

Baldwin County Early Learning Center: $250 to purchase underwear and socks for the children at the Early Learning Center.

Christian Debutante Master Commission: $7,000  to support programming for a Christian youth ministry in Haddock.

First United Methodist Church of Eatonton: $5,000 to assist with the purchase of food for children’s backpacks on weekends during school year.

Lake Oconee Lutheran Church: $2,000 to purchase food to be used in Lake Oconee Lutheran’s "Little Free Pantry", a pantry located outside with non-perishables for the community to access.

LifePoint Worship Center: $3,500 to rebuild a handicap ramp for a widow.

Stone Creek Baptist Church 1808: $3,750 to furnish 30 suitcases for children in foster care, each filled with toiletries, pajamas, undergarments, and a book or stuffed animal.

Velma McFadden Women's Missionary Society: $1,400 to cover the cost of food purchased for the Velma McFadden Missionary Food Bank.

Lake Country Baptist Church: $2,132.10  to rebuild a handicap ramp to code for an individual being transported by stretcher to receive weekly dialysis.

For more information on the Operation Roundup Grant Program, click here. The next deadline to apply for a grant is March 1. 

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