Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to Vermont Foodbank whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you already know - same products, same prices, same service.
Just tell the foodtweeks™ mobile app what you are thinking of eating. It will show you several ways you can easily remove calories from that food right then and there — without giving up taste or satisfaction! Every time you use foodtweeks™ to remove calories from your food, they make a donation to a local food bank so we can distribute the same number of nutritious calories to feed a hungry child and their family.
The Links Card
The Links Card provides discounted access to golf courses all over the northeast. When you purchase your Links Card, you can designate a $15 donation to the Vermont Foodbank – just enter the coupon/promo code VTFOOD at checkout.
Purchase your company’s promotional materials – shirts, hats, brochures, and more - through Image Outfitters, and designate 10% of your order revenue to the Vermont Foodbank, or any 501©(3) organization, through the iShare charitable donations program.
Tupperware has been providing quality products world-wide, for over 65 years. Created by Earl Silas Tupper, Tupperware was made famous through the vision and creative use of “home parties,” by Brownie Wise. With a Lifetime Warranty on most items, Tupperware saves money, food, and the environment. Tupperware is BPA free. A 5% donation to the Vermont Foodbank is made on all online purchases, through Tim Daley's Tupperware website, and on all Home Parties, $251.00 or more.
Red Tail Ridge Winery - Good Karma Chardonnay
Ten percent of the profits from Red Tail Ridge Winery’s Good Karma wine from bottles sold in Vermont will go directly to the Vermont Foodbank. Additionally Farrell Distributing will be matching that donation for a total of a 20% donation to the Foodbank for each bottle sold. Good Karma Chardonnay is available at the following Vermont locations: Richmond Market & Beverage, Richmond; Toscano Café & Bistro, Richmond; Hunger Mountain CO-OP Montpelier; Crossroads Discount Beverage, Waterbury; Natural Provision, St. Johnsbury; and Coburn’s General Store, South Strafford.
Healthy College Snacks
Healthy College Snacks sends boxes of healthy snack foods to college and boarding school students on a monthly basis. The company donates back to the schools to which the boxes are shipped and donates 3 meals per box to feed hungry children. The Vermont Foodbank receives $1.00 for each box shipped inside the state of Vermont.
Meals 4 Others
Meals 4 Others is an online shopping venue for specialty foods and gifts. With each purchase at Meals 4 Others , 15% of the purchase price is directed to a local food bank of the customer’s choice.
By downloading the Vermont Foodbank’s We-Care app onto your computer, many of the purchases you are already making, or are planning to make, can benefit the Vermont Foodbank. Just download the app and resume your regular online shopping activities through your normal web browser while the Vermont Foodbank receives a percentage of what you spend at We-Care’s 2,000 participating merchants, which include: Gardener’s Supply, Zappos, and Macy’s. Not a fan of downloads? You can visit the “Vermont Foodbank mall” to shop directly at the 2,000 participating stores at this website.
Ecōths was designed to combine urban fashion elements with rugged outdoor influence to create one cohesive brand that unites style, community, and goodness. As part of their GOOD SAM program, Ecōths will be supporting regional food banks around the country. For every Ecōths garment purchased in Vermont, three meals will be donated to the Vermont Foodbank. Ecōths are available at the Outdoor Gear Exchange in Burlington and The Mountain Goat North in Manchester.
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