Operation Round Up
Capital Electric began Operation Round Up in August 1997 to help raise needed funds for various organizations and individuals in and around its service area.
Operation Round Up funds have been donated to causes such as rural fire and emergency departments, children's groups, community improvement projects and persons in need.
Operation Round Up works by "rounding up" electric bills of participating Capital Electric customers to the next nearest dollar amount. The extra cents gathered are placed in the Capital Electric Charitable Trust, Inc. to be donated to qualified applicants.
- Introduction Letter (PDF)
- Application for an organization (PDF)
- Application for an individual or family (standalone) (PDF)
- Application for an individual or family used in conjunction with an organization (PDF)
A five-member board of directors for the Charitable Trust reviews the Operation Round Up fund applications and determines the recipients each year in February and August. All directors are Capital Electric members and elected to three-year terms to the Charitable Trust board by the Capital Electric Member Advisory Committee.
Current members of the Charitable Trust Board include Dennis Burrer, Wing; Quirina Schmidt, Bismarck; Jerry Doan, McKenzie; Roger Christianson, Bismarck; and LeAna Hug, Baldwin.
If you are a Capital Electric customer and are not participating in Operation Roundup but would like to, call us at (701) 223-1513 and we'll be glad to sign you up!