Randolph EMC’s PHP board announces community grant winners

ASHEBORO – Randolph Electric Membership Corporation’s People Helping People board of directors announced awards totaling $20,000 in community grants to benefit charitable nonprofits in the company’s five-county service area.

“For nine years, People Helping People has given back to communities in Randolph, Chatham, Moore, Montgomery and Alamance counties through the Sharing Success grant program,” said REMC communications and public affairs manager Nicole Arnold in a news release. “The board is excited to announce these awards, which represent a significant investment in the organizations that help our members.”

The board of directors for PHP awards grants that contribute to one or more three focus areas: the health and well-being
of individuals, financial support for income-challenged families or educational advancement through enriching learning

The board chose 19 recipient organizations, all of whom were considered to demonstrate a mission aligning with these goals,
including Habitat for Humanity of Randolph County, Union Taylors Community Action Center, Operation Red Sleigh, West Chatham Food Pantry, Jordan Memorial UMC, Sandhills Coalition, Randolph County Family Crisis Center, Communities
in Schools of Montgomery County, Sandhills Student Assistance, Randolph Senior Adults Association, Mt. Gilead Food Pantry, Our Daily Bread Kitchen, Robbins Area Christian Ministries, Friend to Friend, Chatham Literacy Council, Arts Council of
Moore County, Spirit Horse Ranch Education Center, Partners for Children and Families, and Montgomery Community College

To learn more about each program funded by this initiative, visit https://randolphemc.com/

By Randolph Record