The Macon Electric Foundation awarded The Food Bank of Central and Northeast Missouri with a grant for $200 to assist in serving families and individuals in Macon county who are in need of food assistance through their Food Acquisition and Distribution Program.
The Macon Electric Foundation awarded the Macon County Ministries with a grant for $500 to assist with purchasing supplies for the emergency food pantry.
The Macon Electric Foundation recently awarded Shelbina elementary with a grant for $800 to help purchase Breakout Kits for the fourth-grade classrooms.
The Macon Electric Foundation awarded Downtown Marceline with a grant for $500 to assist with making upgrades to the historic Zurcher building.
Chariton Valley (CV) and Macon Electric Cooperative (MEC) share a great partnership with their “cooperative” program, ‘Co-ops in Action’.
Chariton Valley (CV) and Macon Electric Cooperative (MEC) joined together to positively impact the communities they serve with their ‘cooperative’ program, ‘Co-ops in Action’.
Restoring power quickly and safely during an outage is a top priority at Macon Electric Cooperative. In the field, many linemen are tasked with safely removing trees during outages in order to restore power in the most efficient manner possible.
Rural electric cooperatives are sometimes overlooked in the conversation about transforming how the U.S. generates and consumes energy. As it turns out, many of these community-focused organizations are leading the way.
The Macon Electric Foundation awarded the Shelby County Fair Association with a grant for $1,000 to assist with making upgrades to the grandstands at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.
The Macon Electric Foundation awarded Immaculate Conception Catholic School with a grant for $850 to help purchase Chromebooks for the seventh and eighth grade students.