Featured Rounding Up Recipients

Rounding Up at the Register is a program that gives you the opportunity to give back to your local community every time you shop. Youโ€™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 weโ€™ll donate to a different non-profit at each of our seven locations. Plus, we are matching your donations. Meet our June recipients, below.

COLLEGEVILLE: Mission Kidsย 

Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center works to empower children who have been victims of abuse to reclaim their light and shine bright again. Every member of the Mission Kids team works together to support and protect the physical and emotional well-being of kids, limiting the number of times a child must relive their trauma. They make sure that children and their families are supported every step of the way by their multidisciplinary team which includes law enforcement, forensic interviews, legal services, social services, pediatricians, mental health professionals, and family advocates.


CONCERN is a multi-service, private, non-profit human services organization that provides services to children, youth, and families, encouraging growth and promoting positive healthy lives. Services include foster care, adoption, and permanency, community-based prevention programs, behavioral health, and residential treatment. CONCERN began in 1978 as a foster care agency. Since then, they continue to meet the growing needs in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Currently, 15 sites bring hope, offer opportunity, and inspire change to over 7,500 individuals each year. All donations raised at the register will be designated to the local community.


Every year, nearly 1000 children in Delaware and Chester counties are involved in the child welfare system, separated from family, schools, and the only communities that they know. This is where CASA Youth Advocates comes in. Their mission is to empower community volunteers to connect with and champion children and youth in the child welfare system, advocating for equity, resources, stability and permanency. They envision a bright future in which all children and youth have the resiliency, consistent relationships with caring adults, and access to child welfare, education, health, and human services they need to fully experience the joys of childhood and pursue their dreams.

KIMBERTON: Barnstone Art For Kids

Barnstone Art for Kids is a non-profit organization located in Phoenixville that uses the power of art to foster resiliency in children facing adversity. Children benefit from sustained one-on-one interactions with a motivated mentor, while mentors are rewarded with a sense of fulfillment and a chance to make a difference. Founded in 2011, this organization began in a retail art gallery as a means to help grieving children express their feelings about loss. Soon it became clear that the sheer brilliance of art was in its power to encourage individuals to heal, cope and grow. Today, they offer a variety of programs for youth of all ages including a summer studio workshop.ย 

MALVERN: Greener Partners

Greener Partnersโ€™ mission is to strengthen community health through urban farming, equitable fresh food access, and discovery-based learning. They partner with schools, hospitals, and community organizations to develop underutilized land into productive urban gardens that provide fresh food for communities experiencing food insecurity. They address barriers to healthy eating through hands-on gardening, cooking, nutrition-based education programs, and no-cost fruit and vegetable distributions.

OTTSVILLE: Monocacy Farm Project

The Monocacy Farm Project utilizes land and resources at Monocacy Manor in the Franciscan tradition to model stewardship and care of the earth, foster community involvement, provide educational opportunities and serve the needs of the poor. This non-profit educational farm initiative grows and freely distributes fresh produce through partners in the emergency food system, including soup kitchens, food pantries, and other organizations throughout the Lehigh Valley. The MFP offers a โ€œPick-Your-Ownโ€ program, community gardens, educational programming for all ages and abilities, and a variety of volunteer opportunities that engage youth and adults.ย 

WYOMISSING: Reading Musical Foundationย 

For almost 100 years, Reading Musical Foundation has provided instruments and scholarships for Berks County student musicians. They also financially support area music organizations. Additionally, RMF provides school assembly programs, summer music programs, after-school music programs, and advocates for music programs in local school districts. They are the regionโ€™s largest provider of music scholarships, awarding more than $200,000 annually in merit awards as well as need-sensitive awards for private music study and instrument upgrades.

Does your organization make a measurable impact on our local community? To be considered as a recipient of a future donation, please fill out ourย Rounding Up at the Register Application. Requests for donations made in-store, over social media, or over the phone cannot be accommodated.