PEC gives $24K to local education foundations and libraries

Donations benefit Central Texas youth

Caring for our communities and creating a bright future for Central Texas’ youth is important to PEC.

For the third consecutive year, the cooperative donated $24K to assist local education foundations, independent school districts, and public libraries in and around our service territory.

Each organization received a $1,000 donation to fund key initiatives. For example, the Blanco Education Foundation will be using its funds to purchase supplies, including a laptop and tablet charging station. Other funds will go toward grants for teachers.

“It’s essential to give back locally to organizations and programs that support our teachers and students,” PEC Community Relations Coordinator Caroline Tinsley Porter said. “We’re proud to be a community partner, helping to strengthen education and ensure the success of future generations.”

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

2019 education foundations and library recipients

Austin Public Education Foundation

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

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