PEC contributes $24K to support youth education

Donations benefit Central Texas education foundations, school districts, and public libraries

As part of its ongoing commitment to support education initiatives for youth, Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC) recently donated $24,000 to education foundations, independent school districts, and public libraries located in and around its service territory.

Each organization received a $1,000 donation to fund projects including scholarships for graduating seniors, new technology, and musical education. Other groups used funds to provide grants for teachers.

“Supporting youth education and programs is a direct investment in the future of our communities,” PEC Community Relations Coordinator Caroline Tinsley Porter said. “By providing our educators with the tools they need, we’re opening doors to opportunities that will benefit Central Texans for years to come.”

PEC’s education contributions are funded through its members’ voluntary contributions to the Power of Change program.

2020 education foundations and library recipients

  • Austin Ed Fund
  • Blanco Education Foundation
  • Boerne Education Foundation
  • Comal ISD Education Foundation
  • Dripping Springs Education Foundation
  • Eula Hunt Beck Florence Public Library
  • Florence ISD Education Foundation
  • Georgetown ISD Education Foundation
  • Hays CISD Education Foundation
  • Hill Country Community Foundation
  • Johnson City Community Education Foundation
  • Junction Independent School District
  • Lago Vista ISD Education Foundation
  • Lake Travis Education Foundation
  • Lampasas ISD
  • Leander ISD Educational Excellence Foundation
  • Liberty Hill ISD Education Foundation
  • Marble Falls ISD Education Foundation
  • Oakalla Community Library
  • Rocksprings ISD
  • Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foundation
  • San Marcos Education Foundation
  • Spicewood Community Library
  • Wimberley Education Foundation