BEET BUCKS PROGRAM
As part of our commitment to the community, Sugar Beet Food Co-op partners with 3 local nonprofit organization for a two month period for our Beet Bucks Program. We do this to give monetary support and awareness of the group’s work in the community, and to encourage our shoppers to bring their own bags. Sugar Beet Food Co-op donates 5¢ cents per transaction to a BEET BUCKS Program Partner when you use a reusable bag, coffee mug or bulk container.
HOW IT WORKS
Every time you shop the Co-op bring a reusable bag, mug or bulk container you’ll receive a BEET BUCK that you can give to a local charity. Choose between three charities and help them raise funds with your vote! For each Beet Buck, the Co-op donates 5¢ to the organization. WIN WIN!
Golden Beet Bucks
An option to give a little extra! If you ❤️ our Beet Bucks partners and would love to be able to support them more directly, we have a new program for you! Buy a Golden Beet Buck at the register for $1, drop it in the Beet Bucks jar of your choosing, and we'll pass the $1 on to the organization- it's a Beet Bucks boost! (And don't forget to use your bags and containers to get your regular Beet Bucks with your visit.)
September/October 2018 - Sarah's Inn, Xerces Society, GlennArt Farm
July/August 2018- Austin Green Team, FOPCON/Oak Park Conservatory, Slow Food Chicago
March/April 2018 -Deep Roots Project, School the World, Animal Care League
January/February 2018 - VOCEL, PING!, Collaboration for Early Childhood
November/December 2017 - The Wasteshed, Food For All, Delia's Kitchen Pay It Forward
September/October 2017 - OPRF High School Scholarship Foundation, Global Alliance for Community Empowerment/Alaffia, and Prevent School Violence Illinois (PSVI)
July/August 2017 - Roses 4 Austin, I Can Fly, OPEF
May/June 2017 - Best Buddies OPRF, MOMENTA Academy of Music and Dance, Henry E. Reid Memorial Scholarship Fund/CAST -Julian Middle School
March/April 2017- One Earth Film Festival, The Chicago Bee Project, and Environmental Law & Policy Center
January/February 2017- Hephzibah Children's Association, School The World, and West Cook Wild Ones.
November/December 2016 - Marillac St. Vincent, Pearly Peas, Sugar Beet Schoolhouse
September/October 2016- Oak Park & River Forest High School Scholarship Foundation, Global Alliance for Community Empowerment/Alaffia, Prevent School Violence Illinois (PSVI)
July/August 2016 - Pro-Bono Network, Housing Forward, Band of Farmers
May/June 2016- Sarah's Inn, Tree of Life Farm, Oak Leyden Developmental Services
March/April 2016 - Opportunity Knocks, Oak Park Education Foundation, Oak Park River Forest Food Pantry