"Small change that changes lives" is the foundation on which the Operation Round Up® program was built. Members who agree to participate allow Berkeley Electric Cooperative to “round up” their monthly electric bill to the next highest dollar. For example, a bill of $55.75 would be rounded up to $56.00 with the additional $0.25 going to the Operation Round Up® fund.
All Operation Round Up® funds stay right here in the Lowcountry. Guidelines for awarding this money address needs such as home repairs and other community services.
How much can I expect to contribute each year?
The amount "rounded up" on each participating customer's bill averages a total of $6 per year. The monthly billing statement shows how much is being donated each month, along with a year-end statement. The amount contributed to Operation Round Up® is tax deductible as tax laws permit.
Operation Round Up® is an opt-out program with all Berkeley Electric Cooperative members being automatically enrolled when they become a member. Members can opt-out at any time by simply contacting their local district office.
Operation Round Up® only provides funding for certain projects. For a list of qualifying and non-qualifying projects covered by the program please click here.
Operation Round Up® funds are available for both individuals and organizations. To apply for individual aid please click here or contact your local district office for a hard copy of the application. Organizations can apply online or contact their local district office for a copy of the appropriate application.
This fund is administered by the Berkeley Electric Cooperative Trust, a board of volunteer directors made up of community leaders from the three counties served by the Cooperative
|District 1||Queen Wilson|
|District 2||Heather R. Brown|
|District 3||William Jones|
|District 4||Alton Rudy Hood|
|District 5||Gislaine Jenkins|
|District 6||LaTonia Brothers|
|District 7||James Donald Graham|
|District 8||Bonny Jean Luthy|
|District 9||Samuel Brownlee|
For More Information
Contact any local district office for more information or call us at 1-800-327-9615.