Introducing our Change for Change Program!


Here's how it works...

Each time you shop at River Valley Co-op, a friendly co-op cashier will ask if you'd like to donate to Change for Change. This rounds your bill to the nearest dollar, with all of the change going to one organization in our community each month.

Check out the nonprofits currently up for nomination by clicking here!

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR RECIPIENTS:

May Change for Change: Bombyx Center for the Arts & Equity

Bombyx Center for Arts & Equity is a nonprofit organization established to steward the property at 130 Pine Street, in Florence, Massachusetts—a historic gathering place founded by abolitionists who championed antislavery, gender equity, and religious tolerance. Carrying these values forward, Bombyx serves our community as a venue for transformative arts experiences, spiritual growth, and challenging conversations...

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Earth Month Change for Change: Co+op Forest

In collaboration with National Co+op Grocers, PUR Projet, and the French National Forestry Office, the co-op is working to fund an established farmer training and reforestation project at the Fazenda São Nicolau in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. Read to learn more!

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March Change for Change: Therapeutic Equestrian Center

The Therapeutic Equestrian Center (Holyoke, MA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing physical, learning and recreational opportunities through horseback riding lessons to special needs children and adults. These classes are designed to enhance their physical, emotional and social well-being...

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February Change for Change: CitySpace Easthampton

CitySpace is a community-driven center for the arts centrally located in downtown Easthampton in the historic Old Town Hall. It's a place for creative possibility and meaningful connections across communities in western Massachusetts.

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January Change for Change: Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture [CISA]

Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture, or CISA, began their important work of strengthening local farms and expanding community access to nutritious, locally produced food in the Western Massachusetts area.

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