Round Up for Charity Goes to the Community

October 28, 2020

Thanks to the generous shoppers of the Goose Community Grocer, local charities receive thousands in donations each month.

The Goose Grocer is pleased to offer the Round Up 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!

Store manager Kayla Leganza delivering the round up award to South Whidbey Historical Society

2024:

In April, the Friends of the Clinton, Langley, and Freeland Libraries received $7,636.96.

In March, Orca Network received $8,058.05.

In February, Mother Mentors received $6,997.16.

In January, Whidbey Environmental Action Network received $7,684.17.

2023:

In December, Island Roots Housing received $7,907.87.

In November, Pamoja Place received $5,904.97.

In October, Friends of Friends Medical Support Fund received $8,104.98.

In September, Island County Historical Museum received $6,709.09.

In August, the HUB After School Program received $10,879.13.

In July, the Essential Needs program received $10,459.42.

In June, the Essential Needs program received $8,891.25.

In May, the Essential Needs program received $9,674.92.

In April, Whidbey Homeless Coalition received $9,397.34.

In March, Whidbey Veterans Resource Center received $7,682.28.

In February, South Whidbey Hearts & Hammers received $7,709.97.

In January, South Whidbey Schools Foundation received $6,756.15.

2022:

In December, Goosefoot Housing Group received $7,305.16.

In November, South Whidbey Historical Society received $6,467.07.

In October, South Whidbey Commons received $7,738.89.

In September, Island Shakespeare Festival received $6,681.35.

In August, Coupeville Farm to School received $9,349.22.

May through June, the roundup went to the Essential Needs fundraiser, with a total of $25,897.20.

In April, Growing Veterans received $8,996.24.

In March, South Whidbey Community Center received $8,644.81.

In February, Readiness to Learn received $5,646.58.

In January, Sound Water Stewards received $6,165.16.

2021:

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.

2020:

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.