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 six locations. Plus, we are matching your donations. Meet our April recipients, below.
Collegeville: Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy
Since 1964, the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy has worked to conserve and protect the natural resources of the Perkiomen Creek Watershed. They are committed to leadership in environmental education, watershed stewardship, and conservation programs.
Douglassville: Monocacy Hill Conservation Association
The purpose of the Monocacy Hill Conservation Association is to preserve Monocacy Hill Recreation Area in its natural state and to maintain the forest for recreation and as a retreat for the study and appreciation of nature. Their volunteers maintain the six-mile trail system and provide nature education programs.
Downingtown: Bondsville Mill Park
Bondsville Mill Park, a municipal park located in East Brandywine Township, is 47 acres in size, with two miles of trails through natural areas and around an historic textile mill at its center. The park provides programs throughout the year that educate the community about local history, the local ecosystem, and sustainable gardening methods.
Kimberton: Green Valleys Watershed Association
Founded in 1964, Green Valleys Watershed Association is a watershed protection, environmental education, and land stewardship nonprofit, located in the French Creek watershed at the 224-acre Welkinweir preserve. They serve the citizens of the French, Pigeon, Pickering, Valley Creeks, and Stony Run watersheds.
Malvern: Willistown Conservation Trust
Willistown Conservation Trust’s mission is to preserve and manage the open land, rural character, scenic, recreational, historic, agricultural and natural resources of the Willistown area and nearby communities, and to share these unique resources with people of all ages and backgrounds to inspire, educate and develop a lifelong commitment to the land and the natural world.
Ottsville: Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center
As a rehabilitation center, the Aark sets broken bones, treats illnesses, and provides food and shelter for birds and mammals that have been injured or orphaned and are unable to care for themselves. The work of the Aark is divided into three major areas – rehabilitation, education and training; each with the common goal of fostering the care and understanding of wildlife.
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.