California Pizza Kitchen partnering with Make-A-Wish, Round It Up America
California Pizza Kitchen officially announced its national partnerships with Make-A-Wish and the Round It Up America program. The campaign, which is available at California Pizza Kitchen's nearly 200 restaurants across the country, gives guests the opportunity to round up their bills to the nearest dollar or enter a specific donation amount to help support Make-A-Wish
Nearly $36000 to 9 Montana schools to expand school breakfast
As a part of their Montana Breakfast after the Bell initiative, Governor Steve Bullock and First Lady Lisa Bullock announced today that a total of $36,000 in privately funded grants have been awarded to 9 schools to implement new school breakfast programs or transition to models that increase participation, such as breakfast in the classroom or "grab-and-go."
To Date Yard House Has Raised More Than $2 Million For Round It Up America
As Round It Up America® marks its fifth anniversary, Yard House celebrates milestone with raising more than $2 million to date. Yard House Guests Have Helped Generate 2.5 Million Meals, 270 Culinary Scholarships and More with Pennies, Nickels, Dimes and Quarters
MyCheck Partners with Round It Up America to Enable Charitable Donations in Custom, Branded, Restaurant
In a joint commitment to charitable giving, MyCheck, an innovative mobile payment technology platform, and Round It Up America® (RIUA), a non-profit organization striving to make change across America through
Round it Up America®
Round It Up America® is a non-profit organization that strives to make change across America through a simple, yet powerful charitable giving program.
Big Change From Small Change
Round It Up America is rallying America's restaurants to feed the needs of the nation's communities. It is a simple yet extraordinary program that enables restaurant customers paying with a credit card to round up their bill to the nearest dollar with that amount going to charitable causes chosen by the restaurant. To date, 15 participating restaurant companies representing 150 locations have raised $1.7 million for 42 charities. Learn how Texas restaurants can get involved
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Round It Up America Helps Restaurants and Guests Give to Charity
Thanks to Round It Up America® (RIUA), it's easier than ever for restaurants and guests to give to charity. This non-profit organization enables diners to "round up" their credit card bill to the next dollar, automatically donating their spare change to a worthy cause. And small change really adds up. Take the first restaurant participant or "Mission Partner," Yard House. This mid-sized restaurant chain started out with 27 locations that raised an average of $40 per outlet -- $1,000 total -- every day. In two-and-a-half years, Yard House collected $860,000 company-wide with 1.2 million guests rounding up their checks to benefit charities including food banks, homeless shelters, crisis relief centers and organizations that assist military troops and their families.
Round It Up America Announces New Mission Partners
Round It Up Americar (RIUA), which invites restaurant guests to "round up" their checks to the nearest dollar and donate the remaining change to local and national organizations, including the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, is pleased to announce that The Breakers Palm Beach, Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, Barney's Beanery, and Parco Holdings LLC, which operates a half-dozen Hooters restaurants in California and Hawaii, have come on board as Mission Partners.
The Carino’s Foundation Announces Partnership with National Breast Cancer Foundation
Johnny Carino’s announced today that throughout the month of May, they are partnering with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to raise money for their efforts in providing education, early detection services, and support to women in need. Guests who visit Johnny Carino’s will have the opportunity to “round up” their checks to the nearest dollar and donate the remaining change to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The Carino’s Foundation, the restaurant chain’s nonprofit arm, will match the funds raised in May up to $25,000.
Eye on O.C.: Pennies add up for charities
Next time you dine at the Yard House, round up your tip. Three years ago the restaurant began "Round It Up America," a program that allows diners to increase their purchase to the nearest dollar and donate those few extra pennies to charity. This year it amounted to $375,000 nationally, and Yard House handed out checks to Southern California recipients at a granting ceremony at their Irvine Spectrum restaurant.