FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Two dozen nonprofits are getting support from the Rappahannock Electric Cooperative, thanks to its customers.

According to a release, REC awarded more than $101,300 through its Power of Change program.

REC customers voluntarily support this program by rounding up their electric bill to the next whole dollar or by making financial donations on a one-time or monthly basis.

Twice a year, the electric cooperative takes that money and gives it back to nonprofits in the communities it serves.

Several local nonprofits are on the list for this round of funding.

Come As You Are Ministry in Orange County is getting $5,000 to support its outreach programs that provide food assistance to low-income households.

In Greene County, the Coven of the Appalachian Mountains is also receiving $5,000 to support its Community Care Closet, providing hygiene products to school-aged children in need.

Giving Works in Louisa County is getting $10,200 for its Transportation and Community projects, helping single mothers with transportation and vehicle maintenance.

Lake Anna Rescue Inc. is going to use its $5,000 to buy an EMS Rescue Boat.

And the Louisa Community Emergency Fund Inc. will use $2,000 to support its Touching Lives in Crisis program offering financial assistance to families with critical housing needs.

In Madison County, the Madison Free Clinic is getting $5,000 to help expand its Healthcare Access for Madison County Residents program, which includes covering transportation costs.

Organizations within REC’s service area that would like to apply for spring 2024 funding will be able to do so beginning Dec. 8.

For more information about organizations receiving funding, click here.