Loose Change Really Adds Up

Our Co-op’s Register Round Up is another way we are supporting our local community. This simple giving opportunity empowers our customers to round-up their grocery bill to the nearest dollar and donate the difference to our chosen recipient or non-profit.

Recipients are chosen by Co-op leadership and usually rotate bimonthly. Organizations wishing to apply as a Round Up at the Register recipient must complete the application below.

Application & Eligibility Requirements

Please review the documentation and eligibility requirements before submitting your application. An application must be submitted online for consideration with the necessary documentation.

  • Non-profit organization mission statement
  • The primary objective for proposed project or activity, how it fills a need not met by others, how it will improve the business, social or surrounding environment, the population to be served
  • An IRS notification letter sustaining your current 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt status
  • An outline of plans for acknowledging Co-opportunity’s contribution
  • Organizations must have non-profit exempt status or tax-exempt documentation with this application
  • Organization’s mission should align with Co-opportunity’s Ends helping to make our community better and healthier, and can be described by one of the following categories: environmental/sustainability; education/ the arts; peace and freedom of expression; economic and social justice; civil rights
  • Organization is located near Co-opportunity and/or in the Los Angeles area
  • Organization cannot advocate, support, or practice unlawful discrimination based on religion, national origin, sex, disability, or sexual orientation
  • Organization cannot be political or religious


  • LA Compost

    LA Compost is a community based non-profit focused on making compost accessible to all communities in L.A. County.
  • Teapot Gardens

    Teapot Gardens is a non-profit committed to creating accessible green spaces for the community.