Jackson EMC's Irma ResponseJackson EMC donates $20K to HomeFirst Gwinnett – Jackson EMC has donated $20,000 to the HomeFirst Gwinnett Initiative, which helps people who are homeless secure necessary mental, job, financial and legal counseling, shelter and clothing to make a.

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Any person or charity in Jackson EMC’s service area — which includes Clarke, Banks, Barrow, Franklin, Gwinnett, Hall, Jackson, Lumpkin, Madison and Oglethorpe counties — can apply for a foundation.

$5,000 to Bethany Christian Services of Georgia, to help provide financial assistance for foster care development, training, recruitment and home study materials throughout the Jackson EMC service.

Jackson EMC Foundation awards $35K to area agencies – Jackson EMC Foundation grants are made possible by the more than 184,700 participating cooperative members who have their monthly electric bills rounded to the next dollar amount through the Operation.

Gwinnett organizations recently received $72,000 in grants from local electric company Jackson EMC during the company’s July meeting. In total, the Jackson EMC Foundation’s board of directors awarded.

DULUTH, GA – This summer, Jackson EMC Foundation, funded by contributions of the.

child and youth programming, financial planning, career counseling, workforce readiness, mental health counseling,

Jackson EMC offers three scholarships.

of plans to open Junior Achievement’s Chick-fil-A Founation Discover Center, a financial literacy and career readiness facility. The event was held Jan. 9 at.

entrepreneurship and career readiness. According to the company, Jackson EMC Foundation grants are made possible by the more than 189,984 participating cooperative members who have their monthly.