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KEC will launch KUP in July 2015


• Members bills will be rounded up to the nearest dollar • See how to opt-out if you choose not to participate


What is KUP? Program starts July 2015 KUP is the primary funding source for the Kay Elec- tric Community Foundation. It’s also a program that gives members the option to have their monthly bill rounded up to the next highest dollar. For ex- ample, if your bill is $167.55, it would be rounded up to $168.00, with the additional 45 cents going to KUP. The money raised will be used to directly support social, charitable and civic programs in our communities. Here are some examples how other Oklahoma cooperatives used its funds:


• Replaced stage curtains and made stage im- provements at an elementary school.


• Aided in the purchase of a large-storytime mat for their students.


• Aided with the cost of a walk-in freezer for a local food bank.


• An Oklahoma co-op made a donation to its lo- cal American Red Cross Chapter.


• Aided in costs associated with the audio/video equipment for a local teen court organization.


What is the Purpose of the Kay Electric Cooperative Community Foundation? The purpose of the Kay Electric Cooperative Com- munity Foundation is to accumulate and disburse funds for charitable purposes to individuals, fami- lies, groups, and organizations located in the ser- vice area of KEC. KEC’s service territory includes all or parts of Kay, Osage, Noble, Grant and Gar- field Counties in northern Oklahoma. 1556002


K UP


The amount rounded up is accumulated by KEC and transferred to the Kay Electric Cooperative Community Foundation. Your bill will not be rounded up until July 2015 if you decide not to opt-out.


You can tear this bottom part off and mail it in with you bill


Opt-out options: 1. Call KEC at 1-800-535-1079 and let us know you do not wish to participate in KUP. 2. Send an email to contact@


kayelectric.coop with your ac- count number, name, address and telephone number stating you do not wish to participate in KUP. 3. Send a letter to KEC P.O. Box 607, Blackwell OK. 74631 with your account number, address,


Signature Print Acct. Name


Do I have to participate in KUP? NO. Every KEC member has a choice not to par- ticipate in the KUP program. This notice gives you an opportunity to express a desire not to participate in the KUP Program. Your monthly bill will auto- matically be rounded up if KEC has not been notified of you opting out.


Kay Electric Cooperative Community Foundation


How will the Foundation be governed? There will be five board of directors appointed to this board. These five members will meet every quarter and go over applications. If you are interested in serving on this board please call Cyndi Mitchell or Austin Partida at KEC - 1-800-535-1079.


I have budget billing. How do I participate? Let us know how much you would like to contrib- ute monthly and that will be aided to your monthly budget bill.


telephone and name stating you do not wish to participate in KUP. 4. Go to www.kayelectric.coop and click on KUP and fill out the opt-out form and hit submit. 5. Mail this piece of paper and check the box below to opt


Opt-Out


You can choose to exclude yourself at any time, and you can have your contributions refunded. In other words, you can wait a year to see what you think about the program, and then if you think its unworthy, you could have all your money credited back to you.


Acct. Number


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