Operation Round Up Grants Awarded

All Grants Awarded List

May 2019

Lake Area Shared Ministries – $5,000
Lila Lane Outreach – $3,000
REACH Child Placing Agency – $2,000
Texas Youth Advocates – $1,000

April 2019

Athens Labor of Love – $2,500
Caring for Children Foundation of Texas – $2,500
Cheatham Memorial United Methodist Men Ramp Project – $4,000
Henderson County Black History Committee – $2,000
Lake Palestine United  Methodist Church – $2,000
Sharing the Love Foundation – $2,500

March 2019

East Texas Crisis Center – $3,000
Eustace Weekend Snack Pack – $3,000
Feeding Kids Right, Inc. – $1,000
Hidden Acres – $1,000
Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake – $2,000
Isaiah 40:31 Foundation – $1,000
Jesus Connection – $4,500
Lone Star Casa – $3,500
Malakoff Education Foundation – $2,500
Salvation Army of Kaufman – $5,000

February 2019

Celebrate Forever Families – $3,000
Crandall ISD Education Foundation – $3,000
Eustace Intermediate School – $2,000
Family Peace Project – $3,500
Friends of the Henderson Co. Library – $2,500
Friends of the Van Zandt Co. Library – $2,000
God’s Helping Hands Food Ministry – $5,000
Grace House of Cedar Creek Lake – $2,000
Heritage Park Museum of East Texas – $2,500
Hunt County Kids – $2,000
Monday Primary School, Kid’s Closet – $3,000
NOW Backpack Program – $2,000
The King’s Rein – $2,000
Van Zandt County Veterans Memorial – $2,000

January 2019

Henderson County Master Gardeners Assoc. – $1,000
Texas Best Choices Animal Rescue – $1,000
Wills Point Education Foundation – $2,500

December 2018

Wills Point ISD Special Olympics – $3,000
Still Waters – $2,000
Shining Light Food Ministry – $5,000
John Bunker Sands Wetland Center – $2,000
Henderson County Food Pantry – $5,000
Family Resource Center – $3,000

November 2018

Athens Education Foundation – $3,000
Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake – $2,000
In His Hands Children’s Home – $3,000
Keep Athens Beautiful – $3,000
Mabank Area Good Samaritans – $3,000
Manna Food Bank – $3,000
Cleveland Amory Black Beauty Ranch – $1,000
57 Fire Departments throughout TVEC Service Area – $2,500 each

October 2018

Alzheimer’s Coalition of Henderson County – $4,000
E! Terrell Entertainment Series – $2,000
Henderson County Homeless Ministry, DBA Love in Action – $1,500
Kaufman Christian Help Center – $5,000
Kiwanis Club of Cedar Creek Lake – $5,000
Martin’s Mill Elementary School Backpack Program – $3,000

September 2018

Cedar Creek Lake Friends of the Animals – $2,000
Community Food Pantry Tool – $3,000
Helping Angels Kaufman County – $4,000
One Man’s Treasure – $3,000
Malakoff Preservation Society – $1,000
Russell Memorial Methodist Church Blessing Box – $1,500

August 2018

A. Fern Norville Center – $5,000
Children’s Advocacy Center of VZ County – $3,000
Forney Education Foundation – $2,000
Isaiah 40:31 Foundation – $1,000

July 2018

British Flying Training School Museum – $500
East Texas Arboretum – $4,000
Faith in Action Outreach – $5,000
Henderson County Performing Arts – $4,000
The Texas Ramp Project – $5,000

June 2018

East Texas Crisis Center – $3,500
Friends of Riter Hulsey Library (Terrell) – $ 2,000
Murchison PTO – $3,000
Sharing the Love Foundation – $2,500

May 2018

Jake E’s Riding Round Up – $2,000
Kaufman County Senior Connect – $5,000
Living Alternatives (Palestine) – $1,500
The Refuge at Cedar Creek – $2,000
The Share Center – $3,500
United Way of East/Central Texas – $1,000

April 2018

Labor of Love – $2,500
Casey’s Place (Kaufman – $1,500
Hunt County Kids – $2,000
Feeding Kids Right, Inc. – $1,000
Texas Youth Advocates – $1,000
Henderson County Interdenominational Alliance – $500
Cedar Creek Library – $2,500
Hidden Acres – $1,000
The Salvation Army (Kaufman) – $5,000

March 2018

Cheatham Memorial Methodist Church Ramp Program (Wills Point) – $4,000
Edgewood Police Department Child Safety ID Program – $1,500
Henderson County Black History Committee – $2,000
Grace House of Cedar Creek Lake – $2,500
FBC Weekend Snack Pack Program – $3,000
Henderson County 4H Adult Leadership Council – $1,000
Jesus Connection – $4,500
Lake Area Shared Ministries (Quinlan) – $5,000
Lila Lane Outreach – $2,000
Malakoff Teenage Baseball/Softball Assoc. – $500
St. Therese Catholic Charity – $3,000
Terrell ISD Excellence Foundation – $3,000
The Gun Barrel Quilters Guild – $500

February 2018

Forever Families (Kemp) – $3,000
Crandall ISD Education Foundation – $3,000
Eustace Intermediate School Backpack Program – $3,000
Van Zandt County Library – $2,000
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas – $500
God’s Helping Hands (Mabank) – $5,000
Men Unleashed (Athens) – $3,000
The Family Peace Project (Athens) – $3,500
The Kings Rein, Inc (Larue) – $2,000
Men and Ladies of Honor (Wills Point Chapter) – $500
Van Zandt County Veterans Memorial – $2,000

January 2018

No Grant Requests Received

December 2017

Jefferson Street Boxing Club – $1,500
Wills Point ISD Education Foundation – $5,000
Henderson County Food Pantry – $5,000
Athens Teenage Baseball Association – $1,000

November 2017

No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum – $500
Kaufman County Environmental Co-op – $2,000
Forney Education Foundation – $2,000
Keep Athens Beautiful – $3,000
Mabank Area Good Samaritans – $4,000
Wills Point Pilot Club – $3,000
Shining Light Ministry Food Pantry – $5,000
Still Waters – $2,000

October 2017

Cedar Creek Non-Profit Housing-The Genesis Center – $3,000
Henderson County Homeless Ministry – $500
Kaufman County Crime Stoppers – $1,000
Malakoff Education Foundation – $3,000

September 2017

Cedar Creek Friends of the Animals – $2,000
Helping Angels of Kaufman County – $5,000
Henderson County Rainbow Room – $3,000
Kaufman Christian Help Center – $5,000
Kaufman County Master Gardeners – $1,000
Kiwanis Club of Cedar Creek Lake – $5,000
One Man’s Treasure – $4,000
The Purpose Project – $5,000
Wills Point Middle School – $2,000

August 2017

Alzheimer’s Coalition of Henderson County – $5,000
Andrews Center (Canton) – $2,500
Children’s Advocacy Center of Van Zandt County – $3,000
Community Food Pantry of Tool – $3,000
Faith in Action Outreach – $5,000
Friends of the Kaufman County Historical Commission – $500
Lone Star Court Appointed Special Advocates – $3,000
St. Charles Borromeo Food Pantry (Frankston) – $1,000

July 2017 – $4,000

Texas Ramp Project – $4,000
Gun Barrel City Toys for Tots – $2,500
Henderson County Young Life – $3,000
Henderson County Humane Society – $3,000

June 2017

Henderson County Performing Arts Center – $4,000
Kaufman County Storm – $500
Wills Point Ladies Club – $1,000

May 2017

Texas Youth Advocates – $2,000
God’s Helping Hands – $5,000
Henderson County Interdenominational Alliance – $1,800
Henderson County Black History Committee – $2,000
United Way of East and Central Texas – $1,100
Hidden Acres Camp – $3,000

April 2017

Casey’s Place – $2,000
Jake E’s Riding Roundup – $2,000
The King’s Rein – $2,000
Men Unleashed – $3,000
Labor of Love – $5,000
Salvation Army Center, Kaufman – $5,000
The Jesus Connection – $3,000
Monday Primary Kids Clothes Closet – $3,000
Living Alternatives of Palestine – $1,500

March 2017

Friends of Henderson County Library – $2,500
Friends of Van Zandt County Library – $3,000
Cheatham Methodist Ramp Program – $5,000
Kaufman Junior High NOW Backpack Program – $500
Henderson County Master Gardeners – $550
FBC Eustace Snack Pack Program – $3,000
Mabank ISD Education Foundation – $5,000
Wills Point Intermediate STEM lab – $3,000
Family Peace Project – $5,000
Lila Lane Outreach – $2,000
Gun Barrel City Rainbow Girls – $500

February 2017

CASA of Trinity Valley – $3,000
Lake Area Shared Ministries – $5,000
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas – $1,000
The King’s Storehouse – $5,000

January 2017

Wills Point ISD E.O. Woods Intermediate Backpack Program – $1,500
St. Therese Catholic Charity – $3,000
Mabank Area Good Samaritans – $4,000
Pilot Club of Wills Point – $3,000
Van Zandt County Veterans Memorial – $2,000
Henderson County Food Pantry – $5,000

December 2016

Forever Families – $3,000
Forney Education Leadership Foundation – $2,000
Jefferson Street Boxing Club – $2,000
St. Therese Knights of Columbus – $500

Henderson County Historical Society – October 2016

Grant Amount – $1,500
TVEC Energy Management Advisor Chris Walker, right, presents a grant check to Sarah Brown and Betty Hallowell from the Henderson County Historical Society.
TVEC Energy Management Advisor Chris Walker, right, presents a grant check to Sarah Brown and Betty Hallowell from the Henderson County Historical Society.

Living Alternatives of Palestine – October 2016

Grant Amount – $2,000
TVEC Public Relations Representative Kari Wilmeth, right, presents a grant check to Living Alternatives representatives Cheryle McCann, Renee Landers and Rachel Chapman.
TVEC Public Relations Representative Kari Wilmeth, right, presents a grant check to Living Alternatives representatives Cheryle McCann, Renee Landers and Rachel Chapman.

Men Unleashed – October 2016

Grant Amount – $3,500
TVEC Energy Management Advisor Chris Walker, left, presents a grant check to Corey Rodriguez from Men Unleashed.
TVEC Energy Management Advisor Chris Walker, left, presents a grant check to Corey Rodriguez from Men Unleashed.

One Man’s Treasure- October 2016

Grant Amount – $3,000
One Mans Treasure web TVEC Public Relations Representative Laura Melton presents a grant check to Annette Jenkins from One Man’s Treasure.
One Mans Treasure web TVEC Public Relations Representative Laura Melton presents a grant check to Annette Jenkins from One Man’s Treasure.

Sarah Maples Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution – October 2016

Grant Amount – $1,500
TVEC Public Relations Representative Joy Long, right, presents a grant check to Linda Mynar, left, and Susan Martz-Cothran from the Sarah Maples Chapter.
TVEC Public Relations Representative Joy Long, right, presents a grant check to Linda Mynar, left, and Susan Martz-Cothran from the Sarah Maples Chapter.

Shining Light Ministry – October 2016

Grant Amount – $5,000
TVEC Public Relations Representative Joy Long, right, presents a grant check to representatives from the Shining Light Food Ministry in Wills Point. Pictured from left are Brenda Williams, Mike WIlliams, Debbie Burrow, Bobby Burrow and Long.
TVEC Public Relations Representative Joy Long, right, presents a grant check to representatives from the Shining Light Food Ministry in Wills Point. Pictured from left are Brenda Williams, Mike WIlliams, Debbie Burrow, Bobby Burrow and Long.