By Michelle Bigelbach
The Courier 

Reynolds Awards Donations to Area Causes


January 31, 2018

Reynolds Market in Glasgow recently awarded its first Friends of Reynolds (FOR) donations to participating non-profit groups since the program’s inception last fall. Hi-Line Sportsmen Club, the Evangelical Church, Hi-Line Youth Hockey and the Fort Peck Fine Arts Council were some of the first area non-profit groups to sign-up for the program, and over the past quarter, Reynolds has added up a percentage of the total purchases made by the members of these organizations and community members in support of these organizations.

Any non-profit group can participate in the FOR program in order to obtain funds for their cause. To take part in this program, a representative from the group can pick up an information pamphlet from the store to ensure they qualify, and fill out the application form online at Once the application is approved, Reynolds will provide the number of shopping membership cards designated on the application to the non-profit group.

Members of the organization can then share the account number with community members, who then provide the number with any cashier prior to checkout and a percentage of the total will be donated to that organization at the end of each quarter. If the amount of purchases per quarter by the non-profit members is between $0-$25,000, Reynolds will donate one percent back (up to $250). If the range of purchases is $25,001-$45,000, Reynolds will donate two percent back (up to $900). If the amount sold is $45,001 or above, Reynolds will donate three percent (maximum of $1,950).

Between the five Reynolds Market stores, Sidney, Glendive, Miles City, Baker and Glasgow, a total of $5,276 was donated back to non-profit organizations.

For more information on the Friends of Reynolds non-profit program go to


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