Donation Requests Scholarships
Consolidated Electric Cooperative employees and directors are proud of their commitment to serve community. The cooperative has provided support through donations for community, educational, youth and civic events in the communities they serve for many years. In 2020, the decision was made to establish a 501(c)(3) Trust in which donations and grants can be utilized to enhance the level of contributions for communities and events.
The CEC board of directors and employees are happy to announce the formation of the Consolidated Cares Trust. The trust was established to allow for assistance with community development, environmental health, education, youth development and research. The board of trustees will operate under the focus of assisting in the benefit and enhancement of educational, social, cultural, health and civic resources within the communities served by Consolidated Electric Cooperative.
Eligible 501(c)(3) organizations, public entities and individuals are encouraged to submit application for trust funds. The application will need to be downloaded, completed in full and submitted for consideration.
The Consolidated Cares board of trustees meets to review donation requests on the fourth Thursday of the month. Please review the schedule below to ensure your donation request is submitted in time to be reviewed before your event.
Month Submit Application by
Consolidated Cares is committed to assisting high school graduates in pursuing post-secondary education and training. One qualifying graduating senior from each high school within the Consolidated Electric Cooperative service territory could be awarded a scholarship annually. Students attending Bowling Green, Centralia, Community R-VI, Madison, Mexico, Montgomery, Paris, Van-Far and Wellsville high schools in addition to senior-level home-schooled students will be considered if they meet the selection criteria requirements.
Selection Criteria Requirements:
- Applicant's primary residence must be served by Consolidated Electric Cooperative, Missouri.
- Student must plan to further their education by attending a trade, technical, community college or university.
- An official copy of the student's high school transcript must be submitted.
- The applicant must write a one-page essay.
- The completed application and all supporting documents must be received by Consolidated Cares no later than the deadline stated in the application.
- Consolidated Electric Cooperative employee and director children, grandchildren or family members are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Applications for requests may be submitted by:
In Person: 3940 E. Liberty • Mexico, MO 65265
By Mail: Consolidated Electric Cooperative • ATTN: Consolidated Cares • PO Box 540 • Mexico, MO 65265