RoundUP_Boys and Girls Club2019On Tuesday, October 22, the Marshall County REMC Operation Round Up board awarded $5,500 to seven organizations.

Beaman Home/Kosciusko County Shelter for Abuse, Inc. received funding to assist with the purchase of an adjustable bed for their handicap accessible space.  The Beaman Home provides shelter, education and confidentialservices to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

The Boys and Girls Club of Marshall County received funding to purchase materials for their new STEAM based after school programs. The Boys and Girls Club enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens.

Brotherhood of Professional Police Officers and Emergency Services Personnel received funding to assist with providing a gift card, during the holiday season, to senior citizens with limited or fixed incomes who struggle to buy needed medication and food.

Cardinal Services of Indiana received funding to buy Liftware Steady eating utensils for two (2) individuals that have hand tremors.  These utensils will allow the individuals to feed themselves without assistance. Cardinal Services assist and advocate for people with disabilities or challenges to live lives full of dignity, growth and opportunity.

The Plymouth Fire Department received funding to help purchase updated CPR and ACLS training materials. The Plymouth Fire Department serves the citizens of Plymouth and Center/West townships for fire and EMS protection.

Triton School Corporation received funding to help purchase a Halo Vape Detector for their Jr/Sr High Campus. The school is trying to fight the vaping epidemic and protect other students from peer pressure.

REAL Services, Inc. received funding to help purchase educational material that would address educating the public about Alzheimer’s and related dementias. The mission of REAL Services is to assist in establishing a community in which those they serve can maintain their independence to the maximum degree possible and find meaning and satisfaction throughout their lives.

The Operation Round Up program allows Marshall County REMC members to reach out to worthy causes in their community and work together to help others. Thank you to those members who participate in Operation Round Up and to the Marshall County Community Foundation for making these donations possible. You have helped donate $130,000 to organizations in the community!

If your organization would like to apply for an Operation Round Up grant, please contact Marshall County REMC at 574-936-3161 or visit