How can one person help make their community better? Join the Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative Operation Round-Up program. By voluntarily “rounding up” your electric bill and contributing a few cents every month, you can help support local charities, individuals and families in your community.
Over 7,000 ACEC members already participate; total donations now exceed a quarter million dollars. Operation Round-Up is making a difference.
ACEC members not already enrolled in Operation Round-Up can join the voluntary program by checking the box on the back of their electric bill. If you prefer, application forms are available at our service center in Friendship, or by following one of the links below. Customer Service Representatives can help you sign up with a phone call to 800-831-8629.
How are Adams-Columbia Community Fund Monies Used?
Adams-Columbia Community Fund monies are used for local projects and charities within Adams-Columbia’s service area. Examples are: emergency assistance following natural disasters, youth programs, civic projects and more. In establishing this program, certain requirements and bylaws were adopted. Funds cannot be used for political purposes or to reimburse the Cooperative for any expenses or unpaid energy usage. All funds are maintained separately from Adams-Columbia’s operating finances. A representative committee of cooperative members oversees the program. These 11 people, one from each ACEC member district, meet quarterly to determine how funds can best be used for the benefit of individuals and community projects.
Sign Up and Applications