Concord Food Co-op

The Co-op’s Round-It-Up at the Register program is an easy way for Co-op shoppers to donate to local organizations that are making our community a better place. Our Change Matters program provides shoppers an opportunity to help local community-enrichment organizations by making small-change donations, which accumulate into a meaningful contribution for the recipient. Round-It-Up at the Register is a simple program which will empower our shoppers to round their purchase to the nearest dollar and donate the difference to our partnered organization. For example, if a transaction totals $4.51, you will have the option of rounding your purchase up to $5.00 and donating $0.49 to the partner organization.

“Round-It-Up really generated a lot of excitement among our staff, members, and stakeholders. We are grateful to have been selected and the funds will assist us in providing support and education to individuals, families, and communities impacted, by mental illness and suicide.”   Kenneth Norton, Executive Director, NAMI NH

How will 2021 nonprofits be selected?

Many in our area communities face hardship due to record unemployment and economic instability.  The Concord Food Co-op Board seeks to respond to this need by dedicating our 2021 Round-it-Up at the Register Program to support those most affected by COVID-19.  Concern for our community is very much in harmony with the Co-op’s mission to provide healthy food and promote wellness in the community.  Each month in 2021, Co-op customers will be able to donate their small change to support local not-for-profits who offer care and basic human services to those families and individuals who need it the most.  

Below are the 2021 Round-it-Up at the register recipients:

Jan-NOFA-NH Farm Share Program

Feb- Family Promise of Greater Concord

March- NH Food Bank

April-Capital Region Food Program

May-Families in Transition

June-CATCH

July-Boys and Girls Clubs of Central NH

Aug-Friendly Kitchen

Sept-Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

Oct- Community Action Program (CAP) for Belknap Merrimack Counties

Nov-Crisis Center of Central NH

Dec- The Friends Program, Emergency Housing

2020 recipients and donations received, 

From April 2019 through July ending 2020, $65,781  has been given to local nonprofits through the Round-it-Up at the Register Program.

The  current 2020 Round-it-Up At the Register recipients is:

Upcoming 2020 Monthly Recipients
 

2019 Past Recipients of Round-it-Up 

Planned Parenthood– Oct, $3,253.69

Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation– September $2,617

NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence – August  $3,454

Pope Memorial SPCA – July $3,121

Equality Health Center– June $2,463

Live and Let Live Rescue    Farm– May $2,388

The Friendly Kitchen    April  $2,472.60

March 2020 $3276  Concord Robotics: Team 1721 – Tidal Force Robotics

Feb 2020  $5517 Crisis Center of Central NH

Jan. 2020  $5722  NAMI NH (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

December 2019 $6029  Pope Memorial SPCA

November 2019 $3327  Concord Coalition to End Homelessness

October 2019 $3347  Community Action Program

September 2019 $3003.11  Intown Concord

August 2019 $4449.60  Crisis Center of Central NH

July 2019  $3553  Friendly Kitchen

June 2019  $3337  Friends Emergency Shelter

May 2019  $3000.00  CATCH Neighborhood Housing

April 2019  $450  NOFA NH  (First Month of Program)