Adler-Clark Electric Community Commitment Foundation awards $29,500 for community based projects within Clark Electric Cooperative service area
The Adler-Clark Electric Community Commitment Foundation recently awarded $29,500 to 23 different community-based projects located throughout the Clark Electric Cooperative service area. Some of this year’s awards helped fund Area Food Pantries, Christmas Wish Program, The Highground, House of Mercy, Huey’s Hideaway Children’s Museum, Local Fire Departments, Farm Technology Days and The Clark County Fairgrounds.
Tim Stewart, Chief Executive Officer of Clark Electric Cooper ative and one of the trustees of the Adler-Clark Electric Community Commitment Foundation, indicated that “The purpose of the ACE-Community Commitment Foundation is to support programs and events which enrich the lives of people of Clark County and the surrounding area communities. Our mission is to invest in the future of the Clark County area by helping create opportunity for philanthropy and community enrichment. We are pleased to be a part of these community enrichment programs.”
The ACE-Community Commitment Foundation was established in 2004 by Clark Electric Appliance and Satellite Inc., to strengthen local communities by aiding not-for-profit and com munity organizations fund projects that will enhance the quality of life of local residents of this area. To-date, the Foundation has awarded $ 608,210.00 for community enrichment projects.
Clark Electric Cooperative is a not-for-profit electric utility that serves 9,400 members in Clark, Chippewa, Jackson, Marathon, Taylor, and Wood counties.