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South River EMC is proud to provide a means for customers to help the community where they live – and it proves that small change changes lives. Below are some of the organizations and schools that have received funding in the past 12 months.

If you would like to know more about Operation Round Up, check out our brochure for a quick overview, or view some of our current grants and information on applying for an Operation Round Up grant on this page.

Students at South View High School in Cumberland County made their school, a green school!

 

Where Does the Money Go?

Non-Profit Agencies Education
December 2013
December 2013
Salvation Army of Cumberland County- $5,000 Midway Elementary- $7,056.43
Stedman Volunteer Fire Department- $1,750
West View Elementary- $5,369.73
Open Door Ministries of Sampson, Inc.- $5,000
Plainview Elementary- $10,000.00
Harnett County Literacy Inc.- $5,000.00  
   
September 2013
September 2013
Gray's Creek Volunteer FD Station 24- $5,000 Bright Ideas Grant Program- $22,000
Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce- $2,500 Glendale Acres Elementary School- $5,977
Occoneechee Council, BSA- $4,800  
Newton Grove Fire & Rescue Inc.- $5,558  
Salemburg Volunteer Fire Dept.- $5,000  
   
June 2013 June 2013
Averasboro Battlefield Commission- $5,000.00 Cumberland County Head Start- $9,829.70
Gray's Creek Vol. Fire Department Station 18- $5,000 Hobbton Middle School- $10,000.00
Godwin-Falcon Fire Dept. Inc.- $5,329.47 Lillington-Shawtown Elementary School- $4,966.00
Tuscarora Council, Boy Scouts of America- $5,000.00  
   
March 2013 March 2013
Vann Crossroads Fire Department- $4,743.37
Mac Williams Middle- $9,351.15
Just-A-Mere Garden Club- $500 Hargrove Elementary- $7,993.54
  Armstrong Elementary- $10,000
   
December 2012 December 2012
Herring Volunteer Fire Department- $5,764.50 South Harnett Elementary- $9,901.53
Newton Grove Rescue Squad- $4,515.40 Cape Fear High- $10,000
Halls Fire and Rescue- $5,000 Midway Elementary- $3,379.36
Special Olympics Sampson County- $5,000 Hobbton Elementary- $6,176

Child Advocacy Center, Inc.- $5,000

 


September 2012 September 2012
Sampson Regional Medical Center- $5,000 Bright Ideas Grant Program- $15,000
Clement Volunteer Fire Department- $4,861.58  
SAFE of Harnett County, Inc.- $5,000  
Newton Grove Fire & Recue, Inc.- $6,645.19  
Sampson Crisis Center, Inc.- $5,000  
Suttontown EMS- $5,052  
Coats Museum- $5,000  
Harnett County Partnership for Children- $5,000  
   
June 2012 June 2012
Sampson County Breast and Cervical Cancer
Awareness and Outreach Program
- $5,000
Wayne Avenue Elementary School- $10,000
Piney Grove Volunteer Fire Department- $5,000*
Smart Choice Outreach Center, Inc.-$5,000  
Averasboro Battlefield Commission, Inc.- $5,000  
   
March 2012 March 2012
Fayetteville Urban Ministry, Inc.- $5,000  Hobbton High School- $5,000.00
Sampson County EMS- $6,725.00  Hargrove Elementary- $5,000.00
Gray's Creek Fire Dept Station 24- $6,168.00  Mac Williams Middle School- $3,000.00
Godwin-Falcon Fire Dept. Inc.- $5,117.68  
Clement Civic Center, Inc.- $5,000.00  
Occoneechee Council, BSA- $5,000.00  
The Salvation Army- $5,000.00  
Better Health of Cumberland County Inc- $6,000.00  
Fayetteville Area Operation Inasmuch- $5,000.00  
   
December 2011  
Clement Volunteer Fire Department Inc.- $5,000   
Johnston County Arts Council, Inc.- $5,000  
Spivey's Corner Volunteer FD- $6,550  
Christian Food Bank of Salemburg- $5,000  
Clinton Fire Department- $5,000  
Partnership for Children of Johnston County- $2,000  
Fayetteville Shrine Club- $5,000  
   
 A few of these grant recipients have been featured in issues of Carolina Country.