Rounding Up at the Register

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. This month we are rounding up for organizations that strengthen our community. Plus, we will be matching your donations. Read more about our Julyย recipients below.


Collegeville: Community Music School

Community Music School enriches lives and communities by offering music education, performances, and cultural experiences. This last year they served over 5,000 patrons at 82 community events — 80% of these being free to the public! CMS offers over $25,000 in financial aid and merit scholarships to students in the surrounding school district, alongside the discounted and free programming they offer at their location, and partnerships with various local organizations.


Douglassville: ArtFusion 19464

ArtFusion 19464 is a non-profit community art center in downtown Pottstown, whose mission is to provide a solid educational foundation to youth and adults alike. They help students foster their creativity and develop their talents both for personal enrichment and as a foundation for advanced studies in the arts. ArtFusion aims to provide an excellent education in the arts to youth and adults of the community, regardless of their income level. Through the generosity of the community, they offer scholarships and free programs.


Downingtown: Coatesville Youth Initiative

The Coatesville Youth Initiative (CYI) is an independent non-profit organization committed to youth-led, transformational community change. They train youth leaders, enhance family relationships, encourage prevention education, and build community collaboration. CYI leverages the talents, expertise and diversity throughout the Coatesville community to build trust, work together, and share resources.


Kimberton: Orion Communities

Orion Communities believes that every person deserves shelter, food, clothing, transportation, access to healthcare and human interaction. They work together with individuals and families to provide support, education, emergency assistance and help in creating a plan that leads to a brighter tomorrow. Their programming includes case management, a technology resource center, community outreach, reading and digital literacy, and resources for single mothers.


Malvern: Andrew L. Hicks Jr. Foundation

The Andrew L. Hicks Jr. Foundation connects two culturally diverse communities, empowering their youth through mentorship and leadership, and building futures. The West Chester-based organization responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering variety of services for at-risk families in the City of Chester, including; providing boxes of fresh produce and dairy, lunch giveaways to children who rely on free meal programs at school, and donating refurbished computers to children who were learning virtually while schools were closed.


Ottsville: Tinicum Civic Association

The Tinicum Civic Association is a volunteer, non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the general welfare of the residents of Tinicum Township and preserve a healthy environment. Through the Stover Mill Gallery and annual Tinicum Arts Festival, the TCA benefits over 30 community based non-profit organizations ranging from local food pantries, schools, volunteer fire companies, and youth and senior organizations.


Does you organization make a measurable impact on our local community? To be considered as a recipient of a future donation, please fill out our Donation Request Form. Requests for donations made in store, over social media, or over the phone cannot be accommodated.