Amazon has a program called "Amazon Smiles" and how it works is that you can choose any charity that you want to donate to, and when you shop on Amazon, then Amazon will donate a percentage of the amount you spend to that charity. They do not donate a large amount; but it does not cost you anything extra to do this; so it is an easy way to help out any charity that you like when you are buying things that you would buy anyway. This is not like when you go to the store and they ask you if you want to "add a donation" for whatever charity or fundraising campaign. That actually costs you extra money to donate; whereas the Smiles program is totally funded by Amazon, and costs us nothing. Other stores also do this same thing, so you just need to check and see if the store where you shop has that option. I mostly shop at Kroger, and they also have this plan. When we lived in North Carolina, we shopped at a store called Food Lion, and they had this charity donation option as well. If the store where you buy your groceries has a webpage, you can look and see if they have a plan to add your preferred charity and have money donated to it.