Shop at Whole Foods on July 1st to support Coosa Riverkeeper!

Y’all- we can’t contain ourselves! Coosa Riverkeeper was selected by the staff at Whole Foods-Mountain Brook as the beneficiary of a 5% Giving Day on July 1st!

5% Giving Day!

Here’s Justinn (Executive Director) at Whole Foods with the paperwork! It’s a great time to stock up for the 4th AND help protect your river!

 

You’re probably thinking, what exactly does that mean?  Whole Foods-Mountain Brook will donate 5% of one days sales on July 1 to Coosa Riverkeeper!  Meaning the more you and your friends shop the more they donate! Donations help support our work to protect, restore, and promote the Coosa River and its tributaries! 

Not sure where this store is located? Click here for hours, directions, and more information!

 How can I help?

  • Come do your grocery shopping and stock up for your 4th of July party!
  • Tell your friends & family about Coosa Riverkeeper & encourage them to shop too!
  • Help us promote the event on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Don’t forget to follow Whole Foods-Mountain Brook on Facebook for deals, sales, and info about the event too!
  • Stop by our informational table at Whole Foods on July 1 and give us a high five!
  • Be sure to thank the Whole Foods staff for choosing Coosa Riverkeeper as the benefiting organization for this 5% Giving Day at check out!

We’ll see you on July 1st at

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