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Posted on: December 17, 2020

Round Up for Change

Rounds Up for Change

Anoka Municipal Utility (AMU) customers who choose to participate in the Round Up for Change program also choose to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families in need within our community.

AMU participating customers "round-up" their monthly utility bill to the next highest dollar. For example, if an AMU utility bill is $42.79, it is rounded up to $43.00. The additional 21 cents goes to the Round up for Change program. The average contribution from each participating utility customer is about 50 cents a month. Although this contribution is not tax deductible, the most a customer can contribute annually is $11.88.

Voluntary round up contributions provide financial assistance to worth-while activities, organizations and community projects that improve the lives of families, children and seniors right here in our community.  Over the past 8 years, AMU Utility customers participating in the Round Up program have given more than $320,000 to local charitable organizations such as ACBC Food Shelf in Anoka, Cross and CEAP Food Shelves in Champlin, Alexandra House, and more.   

To take part in this community giving program, please Contact Us ask to add Round Up to your utility bill!

If you are already taking part in this program and wish to be removed, please call 763-576-2750 ext. 3 and request to opt out, or email us through the Contact Us Form.

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