Raley’s nickelAid

Use Reusable Shopping Bags and Make a Difference in Your Community!
What is nickelAid?
When you reuse bags in our stores, you play a huge role in helping us reduce the amount of paper and plastic bags and lessen our impact on the environment. And, because we think one good deed deserves another, we're proud to make a charitable donation of 5-cents per bag, up to $100,000 annually, through Raley's nickelAid.
How does nickelAid work?
You can bring in any type of bag: reusable bags, paper bags or plastic bags ? whatever you have handy! Check the bottom of your receipt to see that you've helped donate. As a proud partner, Raley's absorbs all administrative fees to ensure that 100% of the money raised goes to our nickelAid beneficiary.
Which beneficiaries has nickelAid supported?
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2015: Fisher House Foundation
Fisher House plans to use the funds raised through nickelAid to help build Fisher Houses at military/VA medical centers, support existing houses, help military families in need and award scholarships for military dependents.
Fisher House Foundation
2014: Public Libraries - Summer Reading Programs
Teach a child to read and you'll expand his or her world. nickelAid funds will be used to support summer reading and other children's literacy programs at local public libraries across our region, increasing access to quality books and educational programs in our neighborhoods.
California Library Association
Nevada Library Association
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2013: American Heart Association and the Nevada State Parks Foundation
nickelAid funds from our California stores were used through the American Heart Association to provide Family Go Cards to children from local elementary schools. These decks contain 52 cards that have fun and easy ideas to get the whole family moving. nickelAid funds from our Nevada stores were used by Nevada State Parks to purchase utility vehicles for Sand Harbor State Park in Lake Tahoe.
American Heart Association
Nevada State Parks Foundation
nickel aid
2012: California State Parks and the Nevada State Parks Foundation
nickelAid funds helped to remove the Governor's Mansion from the California State Parks closure list. Nevada State Parks used nickelAid funds to build a new trailhead at Lahontan State Recreational Area and to purchase new picnic tables at Sand Harbor State Park in Lake Tahoe.
Nevada State Parks Foundation
California State Parks

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