Campaigns by Central Texans, for Central Texans
Feeding America’s Round It Up America Campaign
Round It Up America® is a simple platform for restaurants to enhance their giving programs, engage employees and guests, and streamline annual giving. Round It Up America® is a non-profit organization, created and supported by the restaurant industry to galvanize change at a time of great need in America. You can learn more by visiting their website here: http://rounditupamerica.org/. Currently, Feeding America benefits from the Round It Up America program through a partnership with Yard House restaurants. Fifty-percent of the donations raised is split evenly among the local food banks where Yard House's are located and fifty-percent remains at Feeding America.
Healthy, non-perishable food donations are accepted as cash towards your deductable. Each can donated is $5 off a customer’s deductible. For customers with a $1,000 deductible, they can save up to $500 max by donating a total of 100 cans. For customers with a $500 deductible, they can save up to $300 max by donating a total of 60 cans. This offer is per claim, not per customer. For out-of-pocket customers, they can get 10% off their total estimate by donating cans and this is capped at $700.
The Gracious Gift Wine
The Gracious Gift is a wine with a mission to provide delicious, high quality wine that fights hunger in local communities. Every bottle sold will help provide meals to the local food bank in the area it was sold. This product is available for purchase at H-E-B. Learn more on their Facebook page.
Hapi Drinks aims to be the leading provider of the best tasting, all natural sugar-free children's beverage in order to stop the sugar-driven epidemics of childhood obesity, juvenile diabetes and tooth decay. The Food Bank receives a donation whenever Hapi Drinks are sold in Central Texas.
This Austin-grown company makes all-natural, non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, egg-free cookies and bars using premium and sustainable sources of grass-fed whey protein and Omega-3s. The Food Bank receives a bar for every case sold. Learn more.
Purgatory Players Gospel Brunch
Every Sunday morning from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the backstage at El Mercado (1302 S. First St.), join the Purgatory Players Jeff Plankenhorn, Jon Dee Graham, Scrappy Jud Newcomb, Jon Greene, & Seela Misra for "Gospel music for the nondenominational-folk". This event is free and open to the public. Donations to support the Food Bank are accepted at every show. For more information visit their Facebook page.
Charity Charge Credit Card
When you use the Charity Charge card you can earn 1% cash back on every purchase as a tax deductible donation, with no additonal costs. Charity Charge is partnered with Network for Good and GuideStar, and they cover all donation processing fees, ensuring the Food Bank receives 100% of the donation.
Learn more HERE - http://bit.ly/2fu6eWA
Tutta Italiana brings custom made, hand crafted merchandise straight from Italy. The new Marble Falls store features unique pieces from ceramics, inlaid wood, volcanic stone to fashion accessories. The store will donate 10 percent of proceeds from the sale of ceramic animals. Learn more about Tutta Italiana here.
Austin Eats Food Tours
With so many food options to choose from in Austin, it's hard to decide where to grab a bite to eat. Austin Eats Food Tours takes the pressure off by providing food tours of local eateries and food trucks. Participants can now have the option to make a donation to the Food Bank when they register for a tour.
You can fight hunger one pickle jar at a time with Basia’s Pickles. The Detroit-born pickle connoisseurs specialize in jars of pickles. When you pick up Basia’s Pickles at Moon Dance Wine and Spirits in Round Rock or order online, a portion of the proceeds from every jar sold will benefit the Food Bank.
Almost Grown Play Cafe
The Almost Grown Play Cafe is part play area and part coffee shop for adults to come to with their children. While parents sip on coffee, kids get to be doctors, go grocery shopping and more with the imaginative play area. Once it's time to go home, parents can round up their bill or make a donation to the Food Bank to help ensure Central Texas children have a meal on their table.
Omni Resorts & Hotels "Say Goodnight to Hunger"
When you stay with Omni, you can help fight hunger. For each booked and completed stay at an Omni property through December 31, Omni will make a donation to Feeding America and the Central Texas Food Bank. Learn more here.
The Cheesecake Factory
For every slice sold from July 30, 2019 - February 29, 2020, Feeding America and The Cheesecake Factory will donate $0.25 to Feeding America. Click here to learn more.
Feeding America and Dave.com
Dave, Inc., Get Money. Give Meals. Dave members will be presented with an optional tipping screen to tip for services provided by Dave at which point they can choose one of four options up to a tip of $1.50 (for 15 meals). Click here to learn more.
Rocky Top Sauces
Rocky Top Sauces, located in Fredericksburg, Texas, produces several organic hot sauces and condiments, ranging from mild to very spicy. To share their share of success with those that need it most, Rocky Top Sauces donates 5% of gross proceeds to the Central Texas Food Bank. Learn more about Rocky Top Sauces here.
Mobile and Online
When you purchase your clothing online at retailer tobi.com, you can select the Food Bank as your charity of choice at check-out, and 1% of your purchase will be donated to fight hunger in Central Texas. You can check it out HERE.
Montucky Cold Snacks
Montucky Cold Snacks is a brand of beer based out of Montana that donates eight percent of its profits back to local charities. Consumers can determine through InPAct Now, which is featured on Montucky’s website, which charities will receive contributions from the designated eight percent. The Food Bank is listed as an organization that individuals can donate to through Montucky on an on-going basis. Check it out HERE.
RideAustin is a ridesharing platform and non-profit TNC created by the Austin community that is shaping how cities of the future will embrace the ride sharing movement. RideAustin features charities on its app when individuals secure a ride. Featured charities can then be selected by individuals as a nonprofit that customers “round up” their ride fee too so that we can receive the rounded up portion of their fee as a donation. The Food Bank is one of the featured charities that individuals can round up their ride cost to.
Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the Food Bank whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. Bookmark the link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/74-2217350 and support us every time you shop.
Emfurn.com is an online store that offers mid century modern furniture, modern furniture reproductions and modern lamps. The furniture is supporting Central Texans in need by offering a donation of five percent on all purchases made using the code: TEXFOOD. Make sure to use the code TEXFOOD at checkout to ensure the Food Bank receives the donation.
Pampered Chef Round Up form the Heart
Pampered Chef is making it easy for Cooking Show guests to help give back to their neighbors in need. Individuals can “round up” their orders to the nearest dollar or more and donate the rest to the Feeding America network food bank that serves the local community where the donation is made from September 1, 2019, through August 31, 2020.
The Local Deck
Inside a The Local Deck box are 19 coasters each with a discount to Austin's best local hot spots. Save a little money all while enjoying a night out on the town. Enjoy 10 percent off online when you use the code CTFB and The Local Deck will also give 10 percent back to the Central Texas Food Bank to help feed families in need. The coasters are valid for all of 2019, with more than $300 in value for only $30. You can purchase a The Local Deck box here.