REC distributes funds to local nonprofit organizations

Rapphannock Electric Cooperative (REC) has distributed funds in their power of change campaign.

Cooperative members are invited to round up their bills to the next dollar in the campaign.

That money is given to various organizations who apply and qualify for funding.

Any organization can apply at myrec.coop/power-change.

Over $93,000 was donated by member owners in this round of the power of change campaign.

Beneficiaries included Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation receiving $7,000 to build new trails.

Congregational Community Action Project, Inc. (C-Cap) of Winchester received $5,000 to help with housing.

Front Royal Warren County C-Cap received $1,200 for a printer and equipment.

Warren County’s LTLL Global Ministers Inc.-Harvest Mission Outreach Center received $5,000 for support materials.

Frederick County’s Middletown Fire and Rescue Company was awarded $8,028.60 to replace swift water rescue equipment.

Winchester Little Theater Inc. received $5,000 to assist with their kids summer program.

You can find out more about REC’s Power of Change Program at myrec.coop/power-change.

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