Operation Round Up -Trust

Commitment to Community

A key component of our quality of life lies in the strength of our community. Pee Dee Electric Cooperative, Inc. (PDEC), demonstrates their enduring commitment to the community in several ways.

Seeking help through Operation Round Up®?

Please print and fill out an application:

Operation Round-Up® is designed to help those who are having hardships and improve the quality of life for everyone in the Pee Dee.

As a member of PDEC, your participation in Operation Round-Up provides funding for non-profit organizations and individuals, who qualify throughout the Pee Dee region. When you become a PDEC member, your bill is automatically “rounded-up” to the nearest dollar. The average contribution per member is only $6 per year. Members may opt-out at any time.

All funds stay in the Pee Dee. There are specific guidelines for awarding these funds for such needs as food, shelter, clothing, health care, and non-profit organizations that provide needed services to our communities.

The Pee Dee Electric Trust Board–made up of community leaders from Pee Dee Electric’s six-county service area who serve on a voluntary basis–meets monthly to consider and review applications. In the true cooperative spirit, Pee Dee Electric and member-owners help fulfill the cooperative mission—to improve the quality of life for themselves, their neighbors, and their communities.

Trust Board
Warren Jeffords – Chair, Lamar
Johnny Quick – Vice Chair, Society Hill
Andrea McGill – Secretary, Darlington
Tommy Stephens – Treasurer, Dillon
Elaine Atkinson, Hartsville
Carolyn Cain, Marion
Donny Gerald, Marion
Bert Kelley, Hartsville
Mathew Langston, Florence
Nicki Spears, Darlington

PDEC Marketing & Community Development Representative, Katie Wilcox is the staff program administrator.