Latest Operation Round Up Donations Total $96,929

Walton EMC noted that customer-owners who allow the cooperative to round up their monthly bills to the next dollar are having a huge impact on our communities. Below is a list of the latest recipients.

Bethel Haven, Inc. (Barrow, Clarke, Greene, Oconee, Walton) – $3,000
Technology improvements to support their faith-based counseling mission.

Camp Twin Lakes (entire territory) – $7,700
Summer camp scholarships for 14 special needs students.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Oconee, Walton) – $5,000
Summer camp scholarships for disadvantaged youth.

First Day Outreach Ministries, Inc. (Gwinnett, Newton, Walton) – $3,000
Funding for their Reaching Out to Help Those in Need project.

Foster Siblings Reunited (entire territory) – $2,250
Camp scholarships to reunite siblings placed in separate foster homes.

Four Winds Ministry Village (Barrow, Gwinnett, Oconee, Walton) – $5,000
An initiative that helps homeless youth achieve self-sufficiency.

Mercy Health Center, Inc. (Barrow, Clarke, Oconee) – $3,000
Flu prevention and treatment for low-income and uninsured residents.

Mosaic Georgia (Barrow, Clarke, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Newton, Rockdale, Walton) – $5,238
Direct victim services for those experiencing sexual assault.

St. Mary’s Independent Living (DeKalb, Gwinnett) – $8,500
Assistance for day-to-day care of special needs adults who live independently.

Sudie Clarke Missionary Care Ministry (entire territory) – $5,000
Expansion of their facilities that house transitional missionaries.

Team Up Mentoring (Walton) – $5,840
Summer camp scholarships for the community’s most vulnerable children.

Uniting Hope for Children (Barrow, Clarke, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Newton, Oconee, Walton) – $5,000
Support for foster families.

View Point Health (DeKalb, Gwinnett, Morgan, Newton, Rockdale, Walton) – $4,500
Services benefitting families with behavioral health, addictive disease and developmental disability challenges.

Walton County 4-H (Walton) – $4,000
Summer camp and project achievement programs.

Action Ministries, Hope Clinic (entire territory) – $15,000
Emergency food, shelter and medical needs.

Five families – $14,901 in emergency assistance.

If you are a Walton EMC customer and not in Operation Round Up, click here to see how you can help your neighbors for about 50 cents a month.

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