Roundup Report

Where Did Your Roundup Dollars Go in 2022?

Roundup for Safety celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2022. Members contributed $296,797 to Roundup for Safety projects simply by rounding their bills up to the nearest dollar!

Roundup for Safety is funded by Co-op members and governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that is independent of the Co-op and its Board of Trustees. The program helps to fund community safety project grants at the request of nonprofit organizations.

Here are just a few 2022 projects that make our communities safer, more vibrant places to work and play:

  • Columbia Falls Firefighters – decontamination washer
  • Stillwater Christian School – fume hood
  • Kalispell Public Schools – school safety study
  • North Valley Food Bank – backup generator
  • Good Grief Group – life jackets
  • Flathead Area Mountain Bikers Association – helmets
  • Columbia Falls Community Market – traffic cones and signage
  • The Patrol Fund – avalanche dog deployment pack
  • Kalispell Fire Department – stat packs
  • Libby Assembly of God – fire suppression system
  • Community for a Better Bigfork – emergency fire exit stairs
  • West Glacier School – flashing speed sign
  • Flathead County Sheriff’s Posse – first responder trauma kits

Roundup for Safety by the numbers. 25 years since the Roundup program's creation. 2022 stats: 69 community safety projects funded. $296,797 total funds raised; Since 1997: 1,328 community safety projects funded. $4,639,437 total funds raised

Need funding for community safety projects?

Roundup for Safety: Flathead Electric CooperativeRoundup for Safety is a voluntary program for Co-op members who round up their electric bills to the next dollar. This money is managed by an independent board and goes into a fund for community safety projects. Learn how to apply for a grant on our website.

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