Rounding Up at the Register is a program that gives you the opportunity to give back to your local community every time you shop. You’ll have the option to round up to the nearest dollar when you check out, and the difference will be donated to a local non-profit. (You can opt to donate more*, if you wish!). Every month we’ll donate to a different non-profit at each of our seven locations. Plus, we are matching your donations. Meet our February recipients, below.
COLLEGEVILLE: Sebastian Riding
Since 1975, Sebastian Riding Associates have provided equine assisted service programs for children and adults living with a variety of physical, mental health, and intellectual disabilities. The focus of the program is a safe, fun, and healthy approach to growth and rehabilitation through equine activities and riding. With the help of 18 amazing equine partners, they work to improve the quality of life of students through achieving goals that enhance physical, emotional, behavioral and educational skills. These activities build skills like balance and symmetry, increase reach and range of motion, develop speech and language, thought processes, planning, and sequencing.
DOUGLASSVILLE: Community Health & Dental Care
Since 2008, Community Health & Dental Care has provided access to care for all people in their service area, regardless of their ability to pay. With locations in Pottstown, Barto, and coming soon to Boyertown — they provide medical, dental, vision, podiatry, physical therapy, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), integrated behavioral health, case management, and free transportation. They accept most major insurance and medical programs and then provide a discount for eligible patients. An integrated visit allows the patient to see more than one provider service encounter in one day, saving time and maximizing care.
DOWNINGTOWN: Community Volunteers in Medicine – CVIM
Community Volunteers in Medicine (CVIM) is a community-based, volunteer non-profit organization that provides quality, coordinated medical and dental care to low income, working people in the Chester County region without insurance, enabling them to continue to be contributing members of the community. CVIM relies on the generosity of nearly 400 clinical and support volunteers each year to provide services to their patients.
KIMBERTON: Phoenixville Senior Center
MALVERN: Gateway Horseworks
Since 2011, Gateway Horseworks has provided equine assisted growth & learning services to children, adults, families, school districts, and corporate teams. For many people, working with horses has often been a last resort in a long list of attempts at wellness, stability, and mental health. This type of therapy can help people overcome a multitude of challenges and reach diversified goals in their lives, families, and workplace. These programs rely on community involvement and generosity to extend these innovative, experiential services to people in need.
OTTSVILLE: Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic
The mission of the Ann Silverman Community Health Clinic (ASCHC) is to provide free healthcare services to low-income, uninsured, eligible residents of Bucks County. ASCHC was established 29 years ago to address the unmet medical needs of the uninsured poor in the Central Bucks region. Since that time, the Clinic has expanded its services and service area. It now provides medical, dental, behavioral health, social services and medications to eligible, uninsured residents of all ages who reside anywhere in Bucks County.
WYOMISSING: Berks Community Health Center
Does your organization make a measurable impact on our local community? To be considered as a recipient of a future donation, please fill out our Rounding Up at the Register Application. Requests for donations made in-store, over social media, or over the phone cannot be accommodated.