Operation Round Up®: A Positive Impact on Northeast Wyoming
“Thank you for supporting Climb for seven years! Your consistent support helps us to change the face of poverty in our community and state. The Operation RoundUp Program has made a great impact on many. Thank you!” – Climb Wyoming Board Member Kelly Barlow
“With the two significant donations, Hometown Veterans and the PRECorp Foundation will work together to bring more awareness of veterans issues to the members of Powder River Energy across northeast Wyoming.” – Paul Woessner, Hometown Veterans
“This place really becomes an extension of their home. We try to make people feel at home because many of them are in a high-stress situation, whether it is emotionally or physically. “ Executive Director, Nachelle McGrath, Campbell County Hospice.
“The grant came at the perfect time as we were coming down the stretch of finishing the facility. We really appreciate the contributions of community members and businesses who are part of the Operation RoundUp program. This is proof that all those little donations on your monthly electric bill can add up to help people right here in our community.” – Crook County Family Violence and Sexual Assault Services Director Sandra Stevens
“The Powder River Energy Foundation, in part using dollars from Operation Roundup, has been among the supporters who have helped the Wyoming FFA Foundation fulfill its mission in recent years. For our programs these dollars are an investment in student learning and opportunities that might not otherwise exist.” – Wyoming FFA Foundation Executive Director Jennifer Womack
“Promotion of reading through the summer cultivates and retains reading skills learned through the school year, resulting in our youth being better prepared for their next school year.” – Crook County Librarian Jill Mackey
“The [donation] funds allowed us to install lighting fixtures in our historical display area..., this project has made a huge difference to how the museum displays and secures its artifacts.” – Hoofprints of the Past Museum Director Keri Malson
“It is our belief that everyone should have access to services, regardless of their ability to pay. In 2018, more than 90 percent of the clients utilized scholarships to participate.” Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership (CHAPS) Executive Director Kristen Marcus
“The [Foundation assisted] resource room and museum will be available for school students, local people, and past residents to research the history of our area from 1885 to the present, and for future generations.” – Clearmont Historical Group Archivist Terrill Foster
“We are better able to keep our residents comfortable. We greatly appreciate what the Foundation gave to us.” Weston County Health Services Nursing Home Directory, Joann Farnsworth, Weston County Nursing Home.