The Carroll Electric Membership Cooperative (EMC) Board of Directors
announced a $50,000 contribution to Tanner Medical Foundation to benefit the Roy Richards, Sr. Cancer Center at Tanner Health System.
“Carroll EMC is thankful to be able to support Tanner’s Roy Richards, Sr. Cancer Center with this donation on behalf of our members and employees who have fought and are fighting this horrible disease,” said Carroll EMC Chief Executive Officer Tim Martin.
Through incredible acts of philanthropy, local patients battling cancer have gained access to critical care and support services at Tanner. Generous contributions help to provide advanced treatment options, medical technologies, and financial assistance to local cancer patients in west Georgia.
“We are so appreciative of the support from our community throughout this project,” said Anil Dhople, MD
, board-certified radiation oncologist with Tanner Radiation Oncology. “Generous contributions like those from Carroll EMC help us continue to fulfill our mission to bring high-quality cancer care to people in northwest Georgia and east Alabama.”
Tanner Medical Foundation is currently in a capital campaign thanks to a generous community donor who has pledged a matching gift campaign and will match dollar for dollar up to $500,000 in support of Tanner Cancer Care.
“Being able to give back to our community is one of the seven cooperative principles that Carroll EMC is founded on,” said Carroll EMC Board of Directors Chairman Eddie Gore. “This new facility will help thousands of individuals in our local communities over the years.”
As a non-profit healthcare system, the generous contributions made by community partners like Carroll EMC are critical in expanding patient access and enhancing the services and care provided through Tanner. To learn more about how you can make a matched gift to help enhance Tanner Cancer Care
, visit TannerMedicalFoundation.org
About Carroll EMC
Carroll EMC was formed in 1936 by a group of farmers coming together to bring electricity to their rural farms. Today, Carroll EMC is still operated by the same cooperative principles. The organization is owned by the members it serves, and each member can vote in favor of how the cooperative operates. They provide electricity to approximately 54,000 homes and businesses and the co-op serves members in Carroll, Haralson, Heard, Paulding, Polk, Floyd, and Troup counties. It is not-for-profit and returns excess profits to members annually through capital credit checks.