Operation Round Up lets you

give back to your community each month

Get Involved

Operation Round Up is a voluntary fundraising program that lets you donate spare change on your energy bill, never more than 99 cents per month, to help those in need in our community. When you agree to participate, we “round up” your energy bill to the next dollar. The difference goes into a special fund administered by the Hendricks Power Advisory Board. The Board will then distribute the money back into the community – to the places that need it most. 

Together, our small change makes a big difference. If 5,000 members participate with an average donation of $6 per year, that’s $30,000 we can put to work in our community! 

Recent Donations

Recent donations from Operation Round-Up include: 

Brownsburg Parks 9-11 Memorial: A donation of $2,500 was made to Brownsburg Parks to complete its 9-11 memorial which includes a piece of the World Trade Center from New York.

Sheltering Wings: A $1,000 donation was made to Sheltering Wings to assist with the organization's "Free to Be Me" class. This class supports teens and their families. Children's programs at Sheltering Wings are a vital element of their efforts to break the cycle of violence. 

Misty Eyes Animal Center: A $2,000 donation was made to Misty Eyes Animal Center. Since found ing, the organization has saved almost 1,000 animals. The shelter purchased 3.2 acres in Avon and is in the early phases of building a new facility. This donation will assist them with that project. 

Brownsburg Fire Territory: A $2,000 donation was made to the Brownsburg Fire Territory will help purchase materials and supplies for a fixed fire training facility. 

B&O Trail: A $5,000 donation was made to help enhance the trail. This project included a parking area on the east side of Green Street in Brownsburg and sidewalks that connect the parking area and existing shelter house to the acutal B&O Trail. 

My Putnam County: A $1,000 donation was made to the "My Putnam County" project, intended to promote tourism and economic development in Putnam County through a multi-media advertising campaign. 

Receiving Funds

Could your organization or charity benefit from this program? Please read our GUIDELINES to verify your eligibility and then submit the COMPLETED APPLICATION for our Advisory Board to review. Decisions regarding contributions will be made based on the degree to which the request fulfills Hendricks Power’s mission and service areas. 

Contact Us Today

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Phone 317-745-5473 | 800-876-5473
Mailing Address:
PO Box 309
Danville, IN
Street Address
86 N County Road 500 E
Avon, IN 46123
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  2. Democratic Member Control
  3. Members' Economic Participation
  4. Autonomy and Independence
  5. Education, Training and Information
  6. Cooperation Among Cooperatives
  7. Concern for Community
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