November 2020's Donation Organization - The Wildland Firefighter Foundation
Each month Golden Poppy chooses a different organization to support through our Customer Round-Up & Store Matching Donation Program.
When you make a purchase in-store or online, you have the option to round-up your purchase to the nearest dollar. At the end of the month, Golden Poppy will MATCH the round-up donations made by customers (up to $500) and give all of the funds to that month's chosen organization.
HOW IT WORKS:
If you shop with us in person: When you check out we will ask you if you'd like to round up (and feel free to ask us yourself!)
If you shop with us online: Select our Donation "product" and add it to your online shopping cart, then do the math to round up your total to the nearest dollar (it's ok if it's not a completely round number, we will still know that it's for the Round-up donation) We also do our own round-up, if the donations are less than $100, we will always make sure to give that amount as our minimum.
The Donation Organization for November 2020 is The Wildland Firefighter Foundation
Wildland Firefighter Foundation’s main focus is to help families of firefighters killed in the line of duty and to assist injured firefighters and their families. We honor and acknowledge past, present, and future members of the wildland firefighting community, and partner with private and interagency organizations to bring recognition to wildland firefighters. Wildland firefighters represent the diversity of the land they protect. They are federal, state and local firefighters, private sector firefighters, interface firefighters, and volunteers from rural communities and towns across the United States. Many are long-time career professionals, some much newer to the job. They’re ordinary people doing an extraordinary job, a community of committed individuals who work and train to protect our private and public lands. Learn more on their website: https://wffoundation.org
Together we raised $103.04 through the Round-Up Program. Golden Poppy matched that donation for a total of $206.08.