Operation Roundup

Operation Roundup® is supported by CoServ Electric Members and CoServ Gas Customers who "round up" their monthly electric and gas bills to the nearest dollar to help our neighbors in need. The extra pennies go to the CoServ Charitable Foundation, which distributes every cent to worthy causes in CoServ's service territory. These organizations assist with:

  • Literacy development
  • Hot meals for your homebound elderly neighbors
  • Youth activity programs
  • Shelter for low-income, working families
  • Libraries
  • Emergency responders
  • Children's homes
  • Other not-for-profit organizations

The average Operation Roundup participant contributes pennies each month and that adds up to about $6 per year. It may not sound like much, but in 2023, Operation Roundup grants distributed to nonprofits throughout our service territory totaled more than $1.3 million. That includes supporting groups like Frisco Family Services, Elevate North Texas, Our Daily Bread and the Era Volunteer Fire Department as well as education foundations for all 23 school district that we serve.

Not sure whether you are a participant? Check your most recent CoServ bill. You should see a separate "Operation Roundup" line item under the Account Summary section. You may choose to opt-out by filling out this form.

CoServ Charitable Foundation awarded a grant of 16,330.41 for new updated extraction equipment including a Combi Tool and smaller saws that are used to extract persons from vehicles. CoServ District 1 Director Richard Muir, Relationship Development Manager Jennifer Elliot, Era Fire Chief Shane Riley and several of the Volunteer Firefighters.
CoServ Charitable Foundation grants 12,500 to Children's Advocacy Center for North Texas for emergency supplies of food, clothing, school supplies and housing needs. (L to R) CoServ Director of Community Engagement Glen Squibb, Children's Advocacy Center for North Texas CEO Kristen Howell, CoServ District 7 Director Chance Adair, CAC Director of Development Suzann Woodard, CAC Grants Manager Kate Lynass, and CoServ Community Events Specialist Walker Sims.
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