SEED: Seward Co-op's Donation Program

November SEED recipient: Brian Coyle Center

The Brian Coyle food shelf provides healthy and culturally relevant food for the diverse Cedar Riverside neighborhood. The majority cultural communities served are East African and Southeast Asian.

To date in November, _______ shoppers have donated ____ to Brian Coyle Center.

ImageFor more than 45 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.

October Hmong American Farmers Association
( shoppers donated $)

September CAPI USA
(53,504 shoppers donated $23,478)

(55,134 shoppers donated $23,880)

July Tamales y Bicicletas
(53,309 shoppers donated $23,479)

June Sabathani & Brian Coyle Food Shelves
(39,937 shoppers donated $17,497)

May Walk-in Counseling Center
(69,020 shoppers donated $30,519)

April Dream of Wild Health
(51,796 shoppers donated $22,936)

March Sabathani Community Center
(54,951 shoppers donated $24,575)

February 2018: WE WIN Institute, Inc.
(48,551 shoppers donated $21,508)

January 2018: Southside Community Health Services
(52,008 shoppers donated $23,197)

December 2017: Sabathani Community Center
(54,967 customers donated $25,037.43 )

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