bartells giving back
Bartell Drugs is a family owned company. We are honored to be a part of the Puget Sound Community and dedicated to the neighborhoods our stores serve. Bartell's commitment to the vitality and well being of our customers and employee associates is the foundation for our community involvement.
'B' Caring Card
We’re introducing our new ‘B’ Caring Card, a fundraising tool for local schools, athletic groups, churches and other qualifying non-profits to earn money for their organizations.
By simply shopping at one of our 58 stores, up to 4% of your purchase amount will be contributed to qualifying organizations of your choice. Participating customer cardholders may designate up to three schools/non-profit organizations to receive contributions. The 'B' Caring Card is not a gift card so no purchase is required up front.— read on —
Ongoing Events & Sponsorships
Giving back to Mother Earth at Bartells
In partnering with local governments, utilities and recyclers in addition to participating in
many recycling initiatives, we can help you dispose of certain hazardous items safely and easily.
For 120 years, the success of our company has been linked to the vitality of the very communities we do business in as well as our long-standing commitment to supporting those neighborhoods that we serve. Bartells gives extensively throughout the community and while it is our intent to be as supportive as possible, we focus our efforts on a manageable number of activities where our giving will have the most impact for those organizations.
Although most requests for support are very worthy, Bartells is able to support only a small portion of the total number received each year.
Bartells has long standing relationships with the following charitable organizations and annually holds chain-wide events on their behalf. We focus all food, toiletries, school supplies and toy donations exclusively towards these organizations.
Salvation Army – Toy drive
Seattle Children’s Hospital – Purchase a Miracle
Teddy Bear Patrol – Teddy bear collection for emergency services
Washington Poison Center – Mr. Yuk poison prevention campaign
World Vision – School supply drive
Pacific Science Center