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 food pantries that are working hard to meet the basic needs of our community during this uncertain time. Plus, this month we are matching your donation in order to make the greatest impact for families in our area. Read more about our April recipients below.
Collegeville: Daily Bread Community Food Pantry
Daily Bread Community Food Pantry strives to eliminate hunger in the Perkiomen area by providing residents in need with programs that provide food, promote the value of nutrition, increase self-sufficiency, and instill hope. In doing so, the Daily Bread food pantry helps to ensure that food relief has a more meaningful, enduring impact.
Douglassville: Helping Harvest Fresh Food Bank
Helping Harvest collects, purchases, stores, and distributes over seven million pounds of food annually to the more than 320 programs which feed the hungry in Berks and Schuylkill Counties. Through the generosity of the community, they feed over 110,000 people every year.
Downingtown: Lord’s Pantry
Lord’s Pantry believes that no one should suffer from hunger. They provide food, information, and basic assistance to those in need with respect and compassion. Since its inception, the Lord’s Pantry has been, and remains 100% volunteer. They currently serve registered families a six to seven day supply of food which includes non-perishables, meat selections, vegetables and dairy products, laundry detergent, paper products, toiletries and donated pet food.
Kimberton: Phoenixville Area Community Services
Phoenixville Area Community Services is a model for community feeding community. Collaborating with other food pantries and meal providers in the Phoenixville community, they provide their clients with dignity, respect and healthy, nutritious foods. Providing access to additional resources, they create a food secure community. The mission of PACS is to aspire to be the lead resource for food insecurity in the community.
Malvern: The People’s Pantry at Church Road
The People’s Pantry at Church Road is a place where residents can come for food and clothing to get them through a rough period in their lives. All items available are the result of donations from the community. They also host special programs including school supplies, Christmas gifts, and holiday meals.
Ottsville: The Lord’s Pantry
The Lord’s Pantry is supported by the Bucks County Opportunity Council, Philabundance, and through the good will of hundreds of caring individuals, various faith communities, businesses, and schools. The volunteers are dedicated to helping others and serving low-income families in the community.
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.