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Calvary Chapel Food Pantry Receives Freezer Grant


Volunteers working at the Calvary Chapel Food Pantry are expanding their pantry offerings, thanks to an Operation Round Up grant to purchase two freezers.


The Cuivre River Electric Community Trust Board recently awarded $1,439.76 for the project, made possible by funds donated by Cuivre River members. The freezers are up and running, already in use.


Cuivre River Electric Community Trust Assists Calvary Chapel Food Pantry.


(From left) Volunteers Fred Statler and Pam Williams, Assistant Pastor Mike Dallas and volunteer Ralph Harting of Calvary Chapel Food Pantry celebrate a $1,439.76 Operation Round Up grant from the Cuivre River Electric Community Trust.  Funds were used to purchase two new freezers for pantry food storage.


Calvary Chapel Church Assistant Pastor Mike Dallas says, “We are able to obtain free food from our distributor, but haven't been able to accept it due to lack of freezer space.”


“We appreciate the donation," Dallas stresses. "It’s a huge blessing to us.”  During 2014, the Calvary Chapel Food Pantry assisted nearly 9,000 people.


The Calvary Chapel Food Pantry is located adjacent to Calvary Chapel Church at 28 Snyder Road in Troy.  As of February 3, the pantry is open on Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Area residents who need to visit the food pantry can call the church at 636-528-5223.


Cuivre River Electric Cooperative members donate to the Community Trust through Operation Round Up as they voluntarily pay the "rounded up" amount on their monthly electric bills. Funds are administered by seven volunteer trustees who represent areas within St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren and Pike counties where Cuivre River offers electric service, although applicants do not have to receive Cuivre River electric service to be eligible.


Operation Round Up addresses unmet needs in the areas of community and emergency services, home weatherization, health, youth and education. Grant applications are available at Cuivre River Electric Cooperative offices in Troy and Lake Saint Louis, at, or by calling 800-392-3709, ext. 230, 234 or 330.



Operation Round Up Monthly Report


The CREC Trust Board awarded $19,679.47 in Operation Round Up grants at its recent monthly meeting.


Two individuals received grants to address health-related issues.

One family received a home weatherization grant to permanently address high energy use.


Grants were also awarded to these organizations:

  • The Salvation Army (Lincoln County Unit), received $5,000 to support its mission and help families with emergency needs;
  • North East Community Action Corp. received $5,000 to help struggling individuals and families in need during the winter months;
  • United Services for Children received $5,000 to purchase developmental screening tools to assess at-risk children.
To be eligible, individual, family and organization grant requests must:
  • be from the general Cuivre River area, though applicants do not need to be Cuivre River members,
  • be for an approved purpose, including health, youth, education, weatherization, community groups or emergency service providers,
  • include complete personal or organizational information as specified on each application, and
  • include personal or organization statements indicating why funds are needed at this time and how they will be used.
Trustees meet monthly to award funds Cuivre River members donate by rounding up their electric bill payments to an even amount.
Organization and Individual/Family applications are due the last day of each month. Scholarship applications are due October 1 and May 1; scholarships are reviewed at monthly meetings held in November and May.
To learn more about Operation Round Up, or to obtain a grant application call 800.392.3709, Lonnie Tucker (ext. 230), Mary Jane Clark (ext. 234), or Rod Smerkar (ext. 330), or visit