The Goose Grocer is pleased to offer the Change for Charity program. Customers can round up to the nearest dollar for a Whidbey Island non-profit organization. Be sure to ask your cashier about the roundup program on checkout!
In December, Whidbey Homeless Coalition received $7,353.86.
In November, Whidbey Island Dance Theatre received a $5,544.13.
In October, Helping Hand of South Whidbey received $6,553.04.
In September, the HUB received $7,105.71.
In August, Mother Mentors of Whidbey Island received $7,046.12.
In July, Bayview Community Hall received $7,680.62.
April through June, the roundup went to the Essential Needs fundraiser, with a total of $24,714.
In March, Friends of Friends Medical Support Fund received $6,348.16.
In February, South Whidbey Hearts & Hammers received $2,667.56.
In January, the Orca Network received $2,096.67.
In December, the South Whidbey Children’s Center received $2,504.40.
In November, the Family Resource Center received $2569.02.
In October, Whidbey Homeless Coaltion received $3,402.98.
In September, Whidbey Veterans Resource Center received $2,034.20.
In August, Readiness to Learn received $2,775.21.