Operation Round Up Grants Awarded

All Grants Awarded List

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.

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.

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.

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..

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.

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.