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Clay Electric members can help others keep on their lights when times are tough by designating a tax-deductible amount to be added to their electric bill each month or by sending in a one-time donation.
The funds are only for the benefit of Clay Electric members. Since the program's inception in July 1997, Project Share has provided $555,872.07 to 3,709 members through 2016.
Clay Electric collects the Project Share donations made by members and the Salvation Army handles the distribution of the funds according to the financial need criteria of the Salvation Army.
If you are a Clay Electric member who would like to designate a monthly tax-deductible amount, you may complete a Project Share application and send it in along with your electric bill payment.
If you are a Clay Electric member who may be facing a hardship and you are interested in applying for help through the Project Share program, please contact your local Salvation Army office.
Alachua & Levy counties: The Salvation Army Gainesville Corps, 639 E. University Avenue (P.O. Box 23676), Gainesville, FL 32602, 352-376-1743
Baker County: The Salvation Army, Macclenny Service Unit, 595 6th Street, Macclenny, FL 32063, 904-259-4481
Bradford & Union counties: The Salvation Army, Starke Service Unit, 2673 SR 230 E., Starke, FL 32091, 904-964-6696
Clay County: The Salvation Army Clay County Corps, 2795 County Road 220, Middleburg, FL 32068, 904-276-6677
Columbia County: The Salvation Army, Lake City/Columbia Service Unit, 1756 S.W. Barnett Way, Lake City, FL 32025, 386-752-8726
Marion County: The Salvation Army Ocala Corps, 320 N.W. 1st Avenue (P.O. Box 3628), Ocala, FL 34478, 352-732-8326
Putnam County: The Salvation Army Palatka Service Unit, Palatka Christian Service Center, 3218 Crill Avenue, Palatka. FL 32177, 386-328-0984 and 386-329-0271.