Participating in Operation Round-Up is easy. Each month, Central Texas Electric Co-op "rounds up" the electric bill of participating members to the next highest dollar. For example, a member's monthly bill of $112.73 would be rounded up to $113.00, with the additional 27 cents going to the Operation Round-Up fund.  Members can also make a one time donation and all contributions are tax-deductible.

Grants are awarded to community organizations and families or individuals in need, that are vetted by our Operations Round-Up Board of Directors so you can be sure the funds will be used to make our community better.

 

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You can also enroll by sending an email to helpdesk@ctec.coop or by calling 1-800-900-2832.

 

Grant amounts to date: $177,832.85

 

More Information

All funds are kept separate from CTEC finances and all funds collected are tax-deductible. All participation is voluntary. However, the more CTEC members that participate, the more difference the program can make in our area. You can also simply make a tax-deductible donation of any amount or have a fixed amount added to your bill each month. Simply call any of the CTEC offices or e-mail us at helpdesk@ctec.coop.

Curtis Schulze, Chairperson - Mason County

Bill R. White, Vice-Chairperson - Gillespie County

Linda Raschke, Secretary-Treasurer - Llano County

Sheila Brand - Kerr County

Bernard Selensky - Kendall County

Sue Rhoades – San Saba County

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You can enroll one or more of your accounts here.

You can also enroll by sending an email to helpdesk@ctec.coop or by calling 1-800-900-2832.

Frequetly Asked Questions

Recurring round-up participants can expect to give an average of 50 cents per month.

Yes, members can make a one-time contribution of any amount.  Simply email us at helpdesk@ctec.coop to arrange a one time payment.

Operation Round-Up contributions are kept in a separate fund from our general funds.  When grant applications are received, the Operation Round-Up Board will meet, in-person or virtually, to vet the organization, individual or family applying for a grant.  If the grant is approved, a check is issued to the entity. 

No, but members can encourage organizations or individuals/families to apply for a grant. 

Yes, one-time and recurring contributions are tax deductible. 

Enrollment is done at the account level, so members can participate with one meter or all the meters under their membership. 

If members decide to participate, they will see “Operation Round*Up” as a line item on their monthly bill. And remember this donation is tax-deductible.

Members can decide to participate or to remove their accounts from the program at any time.

Recent Operation Round-Up Grants

Kingsland Boys & Girls Club

Recently, the Operation Round-Up Board of Directors at Central Texas Electric Cooperative approved a grant to support the Kingsland Boys & Girls Club.            

The Boys and Girls Club of Kingsland provides a safe environment for children and offers programs designed to develop academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.  They received a grant of $2,500 to help cover their operating expenses.  

For more information about the Boys and Girls Club of Kingsland, please visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BGCHLKingsland/

The Grace Center

Recently, the Operation Round-Up Board of Directors at Central Texas Electric Cooperative approved a grant to support The Grace Center in Fredericksburg.
 
The Grace Center provides support and services for individuals impacted by domestic violence in Gillespie County. They received a grant of $2,500 to go towards the completion of a 36-bed shelter center and expanding their service offerings.

Llano Parks Project

The Operation Round-Up Board of Directors at Central Texas Electric Cooperative recently approved a grant to support the Llano Parks Project.


The Llano Parks Project is committed to the restoration and development of parks and recreation within Llano County. The organization received a grant of $1,000 to help with its gala event.


The Antler Drop event is the Llano Parks Project’s biggest fundraiser and will be held March 5 at the Horseshoe Bay Resort. The event includes dinner, casino games, dancing, raffles, entertainment and an auction.


For more information about the Llano Parks Project, visit llanoparksproject.org.