Help Support Your Local Schools Today!
At Busch’s, we know how important it is to give back to our community and to our schools. Through our Cash for Education program, we provide cash for schools and local organizations every time you shop! Simply enroll in Busch’s Cash for Education program via the participant link below and start earning money for your school today. This hassle-free program requires nothing more, it’s that easy.
Because We Care
Busch’s is committed to helping our neighborhood schools and education programs. Every year, Busch’s will donate up to $200,000 to participating organizations through our Cash for Education program. This program was designed to make fundraising simple and beneficial to all involved. Being a family-owned local company ourselves, we believe in supporting our fellow locals.
Click on the links below to learn more about how you can earn cash for your school.
Local Supporting Local
When we support local groups and nonprofits in our community, we're contributing to something greater than ourselves!
Across our communities, we try to add to the greater good by supporting groups via financial donations, giving days and event sponsorships. From school groups and athletics to hospitals and churches, we believe that giving back to our community is important and it's part of our core values.
With 16 southeastern Michigan stores, born and raised in Michigan - local has real meaning to us. ‘Growing Home’ is about growing something greater for our local entrepreneurs, farmers, communities and YOU! Throughout the year, when you donate at check out during one of our many food drives, you're giving a family in Michigan access to nutritious food. Together, we can make a difference everyday.
Click here to find out who we are supporting around Michigan.
Food Gatherers and Forgotten Harvest
Food Gatherers is a non-profit food rescue organization that collects and distributes food to over 150 community programs. In the past five years, Busch's contributed over a million pounds of food from Washtenaw County stores and helped Food Gatherers raise enough funds to provide an additional 787 tons of food to hungry people in our community.
Forgotten Harvest “rescued” 41.5 million pounds of food last year by collecting surplus prepared and perishable food from 800 sources, including grocery stores, fruit and vegetable markets, restaurants, caterers, dairies, farmers, wholesale food distributors and other Health Department-approved sources. This donated food, which would otherwise go to waste, is delivered free-of-charge to 260 emergency food providers in the Metro Detroit area.
Want to help?
Please fill out our Donation Request Form