SEED: Seward Co-op's Donation Program

January SEED recipient: Kente Circle Training Institute

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KCTI trains hundreds of helping professionals each year to alleviate the effects of systemic racism in our clinics, schools, and neighborhoods. Funds will be used to develop web-based trainings and increase outreach to young people.

So far this month, 26,275 customers have donated $11,737 to KCTI.


ImageFor more than 40 years, Seward Co-op has been committed to giving back to our community. In 2011, we introduced SEED, a new way for customers to participate in this commitment. This simple yet powerful community giving program allows customers to “round-up” their grocery or cafe bill for recipient organizations that share our commitment to a healthy community. Become a SEED Recipient.

Recent SEED Recipients

December 2016: Sabathani Community Center
(53,120 customers donated $24,558)

November 2016: Dream of Wild Health
(55,333 customers donated $24,663)

October 2016: Community Emergency Service
(54,556 customers donated $23,937)

September 2016: Brian Coyle Food Shelf
(53,051 customers donated $23,282)

August 2016: Hmong American Farmers Association
(52,467 customers donated $23,003)

July 2016: Hope Community
(51,950 customers donated $22,791)

June 2016: Isuroon
(51,679 customers donated $22,753)

May 2016: Mashkiikii Gitigan Urban Community Farm
(54,676 customers donated $24,214)

April 2016: In the Heart of the Beast
(56,556 customers donated $26,175)

March 2016: Brian Coyle Food Shelf
(53,403 customers donated $24,192)

February 2016: Sabathani Community Center
(48,809 customers donated $22,520)

January 2016: Full Cycle Bike Shop
(50,411 customers donated $23,169)

Find SEED donation totals for past year's recipients here, including emergency disaster relief efforts.