Pictured with a big donation check are Kathy Nyeggen, Volunteer Director/SVSSP, Diane Huebel, officer and board member/SVSSP, Charity Lubich, Executive Assistant/HR Administrator/PPCS. Submitted photo
Pictured with a big donation check are Kathy Nyeggen, Volunteer Director/SVSSP, Diane Huebel, officer and board member/SVSSP, Charity Lubich, Executive Assistant/HR Administrator/PPCS. Submitted photo

Submitted by Kathy Nyeggen, SVSSP

SPRING VALLEY, WI – Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services (PPCS) has shown their support again! Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put (SVSSP) is so appreciative of the 'Operation Round Up' grant award, a generous gift that strengthens our ability to serve and promote our continued mission.

PPCS presented the $1,000 check to Spring Valley Seniors Staying Put on Thursday, April 25. These funds were provided through Operation Round Up, a campaign run by PPCS members who generously participate in this program, choosing to “Round Up” their electric bill to the next dollar allowing the difference to be donated to charity.

We are very fortunate to have caring businesses in our area that understand the needs of the community.  As well, we are grateful for the support of our caring community at large. This is exactly what Staying Put needs to stay strong. The fact that they understand our mission and purpose, and reward evidence of our work, is what keeps us moving in the right direction.

Thank you, Pierce Pepin Cooperative Services, Spring Valley community, and beyond.