Every time you bring in your own bag, the Co-op donates five cents to non-profit and environmental groups.
There are so many groups working to make our region a better place, and we recently asked you to help us decide which will benefit from this program.
Here are the results of the vote and the groups that will join One Farm at a Time and the Sacramento Cooperative Community Fund as beneficiaries to this program starting in May!
The California Native Plant Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of California's native plants and how to conserve them and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, horticulture and land stewardship.
Effie Yeaw Nature Center is an environmental and cultural education center located in the American River Parkway. The Center offers activities and tours for children and adults on its 100-acre nature preserve that features interpretive trails and a replica Maidu Indian village.
Harvest Sacramento is a project of Soil Born Farms that brings neighbors and community groups together to harvest surplus fruit and vegetables from residential backyards and small orchards. The harvest is then donated to local food assistance agencies, increasing access to fresh produce for community members in need.
Sacramento Tree Foundation’s mission is to promote the importance of trees and community action in improving the quality of life and enhancing the unique character of the Sacramento region. Working to create a legacy of trees for future generations, the group offers many programs to learn about trees and work to build our urban forest.