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41 S. Loudoun Street
Winchester, Va 22601
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540.773.4192

Founded in 2009, Families Reaching Out Group (FROG), a Winchester, Virginia based nonprofit is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children who have been victims of abuse, neglect or are at-risk. One of our goals is to help these children adjust to their new living situation, and let them know that there are people out there who care about them.

Through local donations in this past year our organization was able to have holiday parties, send children to summer camp and give gifts to children who otherwise may not have received them. In addition, we have provided accessibility to basic needs such as vouchers for haircuts and book bags for school through Froggy's Closet

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FROG Receives Generous Donation From Rappahannock Electric Cooperative

Jason Lapp

Photo courtesy of Justin Cruise

Photo courtesy of Justin Cruise

We are delighted to share a happy story with you. We recently received $5,000 from Rappahannock Electric Cooperative’s (REC) Operation Round Up® (ORU) program. This generous contribution will help to complete the renovation of a timeworn and neglected room at FROG into a new space called the Lily Pad. The Lily Pad will provide a safe, inviting, and comfortable space for foster parent support group meetings, guest speaker sessions, birthday parties and events for foster children, preparation of meals and babysitting space during fundraising events, and more!

Operation Round Up® receives its funding from REC members who volunteer to have their electric bill “rounded-up” to the next highest whole dollar. If REC provides your power, we ask that you consider supporting “The Power of Change.”Members can sign up by visiting the REC website at: http://www.myrec.coop/res/community/operation-round-up.cfm or by calling 800-552- 3904.

The average member contribution is only about $6.00 per year and is tax deductible. This is truly a wonderful program and such an easy way to support our community and those in need. We sincerely thank Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, the Operation Round Up® crew, and the members who “rounded-up.” We are very excited to complete the Lily Pad project and enhance services for children who have been victims of abuse, neglect, or are at-risk.

Sherry Rawls-Bryce
Chair, Board of Directors, Families Reaching Out Group