Foundation / Corporation
South Central Indiana REMC Membership Community Fund
Grants of up to $10,000 to Indiana nonprofit organizations and groups in the funding source's service area for special programs and capital projects. In addition, grants of up to $2,500 are available to families and individuals for unmet needs. Funding is intended to assist with food, shelter, health, safety, and education needs in the funding source's service area of Morgan, Owen, Brown, Monroe, and portions of Johnson, Clay, and Putnam counties.
The purpose of the SCI Membership Community Fund is to accumulate and disburse funds for charitable purposes to individuals, families, groups, and organizations located in the service area of South Central Indiana REMC. Generally, funds will be provided to meet the needs of applicants that aren’t being met through other sources of means.
The source of funds is the REMC’s members who voluntarily participate in a RoundUp program. Each month, those members volunteering to participate, allow their electric bill to be rounded up to the next highest dollar. The amount rounded up is accumulated by the REMC and transferred to the SCI Membership Community Fund.
GrantWatch ID#: 176613
The maximum amount available to any individual or family is $2,500.00 per year. The maximum amount available to any group or organization is $10,000.00 per year.
Under extenuating circumstances, additional funding may be available to individuals, families, groups or organizations if approved by all of the Trustees who are responsible for administering the Fund.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Mail or deliver this application and support materials to:
SCI Membership Community Fund, Inc.
300 Morton Avenue
Martinsville, IN 46151
Or email all documents to: OperationRoundUp@sciremc.com
USA: Indiana: The REMC’s service area includes Morgan, Owen, Brown, Monroe and portions of Johnson, Clay, and Putnam Counties.
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