ROUND UP AT THE REGISTER PROGRAM
When you shop at our co-op, you have the opportunity to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar at the register. These small donations might seem modest individually, but collectively they hold the power to create significant positive change in our community. Every rounded-up amount goes directly to support local charities and community initiatives that matter. Your participation in this program helps us channel resources where they are needed most, making a substantial impact one rounding at a time. Each month, we feature a different charity or non-profit organization who will receive these Round Up donations. Scroll down to see our current recipients and how your organization can become one of these recipients for the coming year.
2023 Round Up Recipients
Meals on Wheels Spokane
Our mission is to sustain the independence of those we serve by providing services and activities regarding nutrition, advocacy, education and recreation through the Meals on Wheels Spokane program and the Mid-City Concerns Senior Center.
Amount Raised: $273.85
Founded in 2009, Big Table is a non-profit that cares for restaurant and hospitality workers in crisis. Big Table changes individual lives and builds community through timely interventions, intentional relationships and transformational care.
Amount Raised: $538.30
Odyssey Youth Movement
Odyssey Youth Movement promotes equity for LGBTQ+ youth in the Inland Northwest through youth-driven programs and community education.
Amount Raised: $1,069.21
Spokane Humane Society
The vision of the Spokane Humane Society is to enrich the lives of animals and their companions through Support, Education, Advocacy and Love (SEAL). We are a private, non-profit serving the public by providing care, shelter, and placement into loving homes for neglected and unwanted animals in the greater Spokane area through pet adoptions.
Amount Raised: $1,203.62
Save Our Wild Salmon
Save Our wild Salmon is a diverse, nationwide coalition working together to restore wild salmon and steelhead to the rivers, streams and marine waters of the Pacific Northwest for the benefit of our region's ecology, economy and culture.
Amount Raised: $1,260.04
Spokane Riverkeeper is a vigilant guardian and advocate for the Spokane River and its watershed. The mission of the Spokane Riverkeeper is to protect the river’s ecological health, vibrancy, and aesthetic integrity, as well as the healthy connections that communities have to the river now and into the future.
Amount Raised: $1,230.60
Spokane Edible Tree Project
The Spokane Edible Tree Project provides equitable access to healthy food by coordinating volunteers to harvest produce that may go to waste, partnering with organizations to deliver directly to people in need, educating tree owners, and cultivating a food secure community.
Amount Raised: $1,142.39
Because There is Hope
Because There is Hope (BTIH) works through treatment facility patient navigators to provide free accommodations in host-homes and/or hotels for adults being treated for cancer in the Spokane area. Our mission is to provide hope, healing, and a safe haven for those touched by cancer.
Amount Raised: $1,119.36
American Childhood Cancer Organization Inland Northwest
Our mission is to educate, support, serve, and advocate for families of children with cancer, survivors of childhood cancer, and the professionals who care for them. We serve all children diagnosed with cancer from Eastern WA and those traveling to Spokane, WAn from North Idaho and Western Montana for treatment.
Amount Raised: $737.20
Community Cancer Fund
Community Cancer Fund is dedicated to providing necessary resources to cancer patients, their families, and the Inland Northwest organizations that serve them.
MHA Speakout Speakup
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. Using a range of human, social, cultural, religious and artistic services, these services are critical to our communities and stabilizing neighborhoods.
Our Place Community Outreach respectfully welcomes our Spokane neighbors by providing basic needs and services, bringing hope for an improved future. Through our programs Spokane will be a healthy community with opportunities and support for all its residents to grow in self reliance, respect and quality of life.
Apply to Become a Round Up Recipient
If your charity or non-profit organization would like to be a recipient of our Round Up at the Register Program, please carefully read the guidelines by clicking the button below. If your charity or non-profit organization fits this criteria, please fill out the application below and we will get back to you shortly.