East End Food Co-op is committed to supporting the community that it serves. Our donation programs are one of the many ways we strive to fulfill our Ends Policy Statement. Both our Ends Policy Statement and Donation Policy were revised in 2013 to enable us to better serve our members and community.
There are two components of our donation program:
- General Donations will be most commonly made in the form of gift certificates, but exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
- Register Round-Ups occur when an EEFC customer opts to round up their shopping bill to the nearest dollar and donate the difference. Recipients will receive a full month to accumulate proceeds and must promote their involvement with the East End Food Co-op Register Round-Up program through their organization’s channels of communication.
We welcome your request to be considered as a candidate for either program, but we ask that you thoroughly review the Donation Policy before making your submission. Once you’ve reviewed the policy, please complete and submit the Donation Request Form.
Register Round Up
This month’s Register Round Up Recipient is Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy:
Register Round Up Recipients – 2015
|January 2015||Trade Institute of Pittsburgh||$3,547.64|
|February 2015||GTECH Strategies||$3,019.35|
|March 2015||Jubilee Soup Kitchen||$3,682.69|
|April 2015||Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy|
|May 2015||Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse|
|June 2015||Burgh Bees|
|July 2015||Grow Pittsburgh|
|September 2015||Shady Lane|
|October 2015||East End Cooperative Ministry|
|November 2015||Every Child, Inc.|
If you are interested in applying for the Register Round Up Program, please complete a Donation Request Form and submit it to Customer Service, or mail it to:
East End Food Co-op
Attn: Marketing & Member Services
7516 Meade Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and only need to be submitted once. Your application will remain on file and become a permanent part of our application review. Our next application review will take place in Fall 2015.
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