Shop & recycle to support prairie wildlife!

You can earn money for Southern Plains Land Trust as you shop and recycle!

The King Soopers Community Rewards program makes fundraising easy by donating to local organizations based on the shopping you do every day. Once you link your Card to an organization, all you have to do is shop at King Soopers and swipe your Shopper’s Card. 

Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program, at no added cost to you. King Soopers donates annually to participating organizations based on your percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending associated with all participating King Soopers Community Rewards organizations.

 

Shop at smile.amazon.com and Amazon will donate 0.5% of eligible purchases to your favorite charitable organization – no fees, no extra cost. Log into smile.amazon.com and select Southern Plains Land Trust as your charity. When you shop online, start at smile.amazon.com and generate funds to help protect prairie wildlife!

Terracycle is a company that brings solutions for hard-to-recycle items. Check Terracycle’s website for items that can be collected. These items will be shipped to Terracycle and generate points that translate into donations to Southern Plains Land Trust.

 Items can be dropped off in Boulder (you may use the mail slot at the front door for night drops) at:

Yamashiro Orthodontics
1717 Folsom Street
Boulder, CO  80302 

If you have questions, or need to arrange pick-up or drop-off times, please contact volunteer, Nicole Huntley  (nicole.huntley27@gmail.com).

Southern Plains Land Trust will also be collecting items during their events.  If you have a bunch of items collected, private pickup could be possible.  Get your family, friends, and neighbors involved to make a difference for the environment and SPLT.

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CONTACT US

Southern Plains Land Trust
P.O. Box 1016
Lamar, CO 81052

720-841-1757

splt@southernplains.org

A special thanks to the SPLT photographers!

Check the Photographers out here.