UPDATE February 2023: We’re excited to announce that since launching the Round Up, Be the Change feature in 2020, Saucey customers have donated $26,642 to the organizations below. Cheers to that, and to continued support of these important initiatives!
Contribute your round-up at checkout: On the checkout screen, whether you’re using the Saucey app or website, you’ll see a box that says “Be the change, round up.” If you would like to round up your purchase, toggle the button and a list of the 5 organizations will appear. Select the organization you would like your contribution to go to and finish checking out.
Round up your purchase to the nearest dollar to help organizations dedicated to racial justice and social equity.
A few months ago, we made a commitment to bring greater equity into our thinking and actions as a company, as individuals, and as members of our communities. While this work will always be ongoing as we continue to learn and improve the ways we contribute to the dismantling of systemic racism against Black lives, we wanted to give you a quick update on the round-up feature we mentioned in our original statement (read it here if you missed it).
From this point forward, every time you order with Saucey, you’ll be presented with an opportunity to round up your purchase to the nearest dollar and contribute that amount to one of five organizations listed below that are dedicated to the fight for a more just future. Our aim is that over time, these consistent contributions add up to meaningful support for organizations that are leading the way on these imperative issues.
Set your profile to automatically round-up: In your profile settings, you can opt for the round-up to be the default when you check out, so you won’t need to toggle the switch each time. You can also designate an organization as your preferred donation recipient and can change orgs at any time.
Check how much you’ve contributed to date: Your profile will also show how much you’ve donated to each organization to date.
Your contributions will go to the following organizations:
Black Lives Matter
Founded in 2013 after the murder of Trayvon Martin, Black Lives Matter is a global organization with 16 official chapters that has been the driving force behind the present civil rights movement.
Know Your Rights
Founded by activist and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Know Your Rights Camps provide education and empowerment opportunities for underserved youth communities.
Black Futures Lab
An organization focused on building Black political power and changing the political power system on a local, statewide and federal level.
NAACP Legal Fund
Founded in 1940, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s legal branch is one of the nation’s largest organizations advocating for and litigating racial justice issues.
An organization dedicated to research-based and data-driven solutions to end police brutality.
Thanks for joining us in this ongoing fight.