Rally for Change

How It Works

Anytime you check out at City Market, you can choose to round up your total to the nearest dollar. Each month, we support Feeding Chittenden and other organizations working to strengthen our community. With roughly 4,000 transactions each day across both stores, we all have the opportunity to rally for community-wide change.

Six people in winter coats stand in a row in front of a painted mural. The mural features a mountain on the left and a lake on the right. The second and fourth people from the left each hold an oversized check. The leftmost check is made out to COTS. The rightmost check is made out to the Intervale Center.

You Make a Difference

April's Donation Totals

$5,784.79 went to Feeding Chittenden (50%)
$4,627.83 went to Vermont Youth Conservation Corp (40%)
$1,156.95 went to Homeshare Vermont (10%)

Total Raised Since 2014

$1,827,942.08

This Month's Rally for Change Partners

June's 50% PARTNER

Feeding Chittenden

June's 40% PARTNER

Friends of the Fletcher Free Library

The Friends of the Fletcher Free Library is the 501c3 volunteer organization exclusively focused on promoting and supporting the mission and the work of the Fletcher Free Library. We are passionate about the library and how it makes information, programs, and services available to the Burlington Community. The library is Burlington’s ‘third space’ and we are pleased and honored to raise money to help the Fletcher Free’s amazing staff make it free, accessible, and open to all.

June's 10% PARTNER

For Henry AHC

For Henry AHC's mission is to fund research to develop a treatment for Henry and others with AHC. Our current focus is funding research to develop an antisense oligonucleotide (ASO) treatment for Henry to forge a path for ASOs to be developed for everyone with AHC and other similar rare genetic neurological diseases. AHC is a rare, one in a million, severe, degenerative, genetic neurological disease which causes life threatening symptoms daily including seizures, difficulty breathing, and paralysis as well as global delays.