Our Round It Up program offers shoppers a chance to “round up” their grocery bill for recipient organizations that share our commitment to a healthy community. A different nonprofit organization is featured each month. When you round up your purchase to the nearest dollar, those extra cents are given directly to a local organization doing amazing work for people who need it. What a simple way for us all to help make a difference in our community!


New Pathways

New Pathways provides safe shelter and stability to local families with children experiencing homelessness in Central Minnesota.

Your support will give a family a chance to:

  • Have a safe place to sleep
  • Eat nourishing meals
  • Take a hot shower & put on clean clothes
  • Work toward getting a home of their own
  • Do many of the things we take for granted
If your organization would like to apply to be a recipient of our Round It Up program, please email us at

These organizations were featured in the past year

Habitat For Humanity   helps families build and improve places to call home

Family Pathways Food Shelf provides food for individuals who might otherwise go hungry

Sustainable Farming Association  builds a farmer network to share knowledge that furthers sustainable farming practices & financial sustainability for our farmers

Mission 61 focuses on transitional housing for men, women and children in crisis

Initiative Foundation works daily to strengthen the economy and communities of Central Minnesota

Citizens Supporting our Armed Forces is a 100% Volunteer organization supporting Deployed or Active Military (any branch) and their Families

City of Cambridge Sister City Commissionto promote long-lasting, mutual goodwill and understanding between the City of Cambridge and its sister cities of:

Cambridge Community-Wide Read an annual literacy event hosted by the Cambridge Friends of the Library in Cambridge, Minnesota

Isanti County Beyond the Yellow Ribbon support Isanti County’s military service members, veterans, and their families by coordinating services and resources available to them

Changing Gaitspartners with horses for equine therapy with a healing bond to educate, mentor, empower behavioral changes, and enhance life skills for all age groups with mental, physical, and emotional disabilities

New Pathways provides shelter and support services to families experiencing homelessness

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