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Veterans Grant Awarded

Gary Baker, Director of Public Relations & Marketing

American Legion Post 254 - Johnstown, OH

The Energy Cooperative awarded a $2,000 Veterans Grant to American Legion Post 254 on November 27, 2019. Members of the Johnstown, Ohio Legion Post, voluntarily offer their services not only to area veterans, but also to area seniors, youth, and people with disabilities.

Annually, members of Post 254 average 8,000 volunteers hours and donate an estimated $12,000–$15,000 to their community. The post plans to use the funds to enhance and support missions of the American Legion.

We recognize the incredible work provided by this service organization and are proud to offer this community grant to further strengthen their efforts in serving local veterans and the community. 

The Energy Cooperative Veteran’s Grant The Energy Cooperative’s veteran themed propane truck does more than just make propane deliveries. Its special purpose is to “pay-it-forward” to those who sacrificed for us. For every gallon of propane delivered by the patriotic truck, one penny is donated through The Energy Cooperative’s Veterans Support Grants.

Do you know an organization that could benefit from a veterans grant?

To learn more about this program, or to apply for a veterans grant visit myenergycoop.com/veterans-grant.

From left: Post Commander Bruce Tolle, Gary Baker