Locally Owned, Organically Grown

Natural Harvest Gives Back

Contributing to strong and sustainable economic solutions for community needs, as well as providing charitable contributions to local groups, is the cooperative thing to do; it is one of our Co-op Principles.

Annually, we give gift cards, cash, and food donations to a variety of organizations throughout the community. School fundraisers, community health & wellness events, youth programs, animal rescue organizations, art & culture enrichment efforts, environmental solution workshops, food shelves, crisis foundations, literacy programs – working with these groups and more is how we connect and strengthen our community.

According to a National Co+op Grocers’ study, food co-ops, in general, have a more local impact than conventional grocery stores. For every dollar spent at a food co-op, $0.38 is reinvested back into the local economy compared to $0.24 at privately or investor-owned grocery stores.


Change Within Reach Program

Our Change Within Reach program gives consumers the chance to contribute to community organizations in a way that does not break the bank but cumulatively makes a huge impact on the recipient. Every month, a local non-profit organization is selected to be the recipient of all funds donated through the program. Customers donate by allowing their purchase amount to be rounded up to the next highest dollar. Since the program started in April of 2014, Natural Harvest customers have raised over $113,500 for local non-profit organizations; in 2020 alone over $14,600 was raised. We would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to all who participate in this program.

Are you affiliated with a non-profit organization that would benefit from our program?

Now Accepting Applications for 2022!

2022 Change Within Reach Application


The January recipient is Range Regional Animal Rescue:

  • The funds will be used to provide the highest quality of service and care to ensure that animals are guaranteed permanent placement in good homes.

 

 

2021 Recipients

January:                    Range Regional Animal Rescue

February:                  Virginia Community Foundation

March:                        Quad City Food Shelf

April:                            Mesabi East Environmental Education Center

May:                             Ely’s Historic State Theater

June:                            Growing Together Community Gardens

July:                              Greenhaven Inclusive Community Playground

August:                       Friends of the Lake Vermilion Trail

September:              United Way Buddy Backpacks Program

October:                   NHFC Microgrant Fund

November:               VinE (Volunteers in Education)

December:               Angel Fund

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