As we enter this season of Thanksgiving, Randolph EMC is thankful for you, our members.
During a year of unforeseen challenges, all of us worked together in many different ways to exhibit the spirit of cooperation.
Many of you participate in People Helping People, which rounds up your bill to the nearest dollar and contributes the difference to worthy members in need, making a real impact on our community. This program also distributed $15,000 in grant funds from Randolph EMC and cooperative lender CoBank to bolster efforts from our local nonprofits to support those in need during the coronavirus crisis. Read more about this program in Dale Lambert’s AWARE Column on page B!
In addition, we’re thankful for the teachers and students in our communities, who are giving new meaning to the word “innovation” in the ways they’ve had to adapt to learning in this environment. Our Bright Ideas Grant Program earmarked $12,000 for local teachers in their efforts to provide children an exceptional classroom experience.
As a community-led cooperative, our mission is to build a brighter future for the people, businesses and communities we serve.
And, we thank you for participating in innovative energy programs like SPOTT Alerts, SunPath Community Solar and REVUP. These programs bring us together in new, innovative ways and expand our capabilities to continue to deliver reliable, affordable and sustainable power, now and for generations to come.
As a community-led cooperative, our mission is to build a brighter future for the people, businesses and communities we serve. We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you, and we couldn’t achieve our mission without your support.
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