With our Bag It Forward program, you can donate your 5 cent reusable bag refund to one of three nonprofits in your New Seasons store’s neighborhood.
And as of October 2018, we’re expanding our Bag It Forward program to include all reusable containers! You’ll now get a 5 cent refund for things like using reusable produce bags, bringing in your own jars or containers when buying bulk, and more! You can take the credit off your total, or drop a bean in the jar to donate to one of your store’s three local non-profits.
Our nonprofit beneficiaries work to end hunger, support K-12 schools and protect our environment, and each store partners with one local nonprofit from each category for the Bag It Forward program.
Thanks to our generous customers, $346,238.90 has been donated to Bag it Forward partners since the beginning of the program!
Want to apply to be a Bag It Forward partner? Please fill out this form and email it to email@example.com.
Your Store’s Bag It Forward Partners
Raleigh Hills – Growing Gardens | The Rebuilding Center | Zenger Farm
Sellwood – HIV Day Center/Daily Bread Express | Free Geek | College Possible
Orenco Station – Farmers Ending Hunger | WaterWatch of Oregon | Playworks Pacific Northwest
Concordia – Farmers Ending Hunger | NE Coalition of Neighbors | College Possible
Seven Corners – Portland Homeless Family Solutions | Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center | The Shadow Project
Arbor Lodge – Portland Homeless Family Solutions | Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center | BRAVO Youth Orchestras
Mountain Park – Farmers Ending Hunger | Free Geek | BeeLine Foundation
Cedar Hills – Farmers Ending Hunger | Oregon Wildlife Foundation | First Book
Happy Valley – Farmers Ending Hunger | Johnson Creek Watershed Council | Philip Foster Farm Historic Site
Hawthorne – Growing Gardens | Free Geek | First Book Portland
Progress Ridge – Farmers Ending Hunger | Oregon Wildlife Foundation | First Book
Fisher’s Landing – Clark County Food Bank | Columbia Springs | Foundation for Vancouver Public Schools
Williams – Farmers Ending Hunger | Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center | Friends of the Library
Nyberg Rivers – Good Neighbor Center | WaterWatch of Oregon | Beeline Foundation
Grant Park – Portland Parks & Rec | The Rebuilding Center | Playworks Pacific Northwest
Slabtown – Farmers Ending Hunger | Opal Creek Ancient Forest | First Book Portland
Woodstock – Portland Parks and Rec Summer Free Lunch | Friends of Trees | First Book Portland
University Park – Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon –HIV Services | Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center | Sauvie Island Center
Mercer Island – Jubilee Women’s Center | Bike Works | Rainier Scholars
Evergreen – Front Door Communities/Lifted Spirits | Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful | Access To Tech
Ballard – Operation Sack Lunch | Sustainable Ballard | Page Ahead