Get Your Business Involved
Purchase a Miracle
Since 1988, the Purchase a Miracle campaign has brought together the grocery industry and consumers to raise money for Seattle Children's.
Every May 1 to June 15, volunteers place shelf tags beneath products of participating sponsors in hundreds of retail stores across Washington state. When you choose products with the Purchase a Miracle shelf tag, you are helping support cancer research at Seattle Children's.
Get Involved With Purchase a Miracle
Purchase a Miracle is effective cause marketing for your product, and we welcome new Purchase a Miracle sponsors each year. If you have a product sold in grocery or drug stores, and you would like to join the Purchase a Miracle campaign, please review our current Purchase a Miracle sponsor sign-up form (PDF) to learn more about how to become a sponsor.
Please note that to join the current year's Purchase a Miracle campaign as a sponsor, you must sign up before March 1. For more information, email Jane Stiehl.
2021 Purchase a Miracle Sponsors
- Dilettante Chocolates
- Don Francisco's coffee
- Dove shampoo, conditioners, antiperspirants and deodorant
- Canterbury Naturals
- Fisher Scones
- Franz Natural Wide Pan Breads
- Maury Island Farms
- nutpods creamers
- Oberto Specialty Meats
- Oroweat Bread and Thomas Bagels and English Muffins
- Polar Seltzer
- S&W Beans
- Stash Tea Co.
- Swire Coca-Cola
- Talking Rain
- Teavana and Hiball
- Theo Chocolate
- Yami Yogurt & Zoi Greek Yogurt
Purchase a Miracle retailers help raise funds for Seattle Children’s by displaying shelf tags in stores as well as through employee giving campaigns, checkstand promotions and special events. If you are interested in becoming a participating retailer, email Jane Stiehl.
Thank you to participating retailers
- Bartell Drugs
- Cost Cutter
- Food Pavilion
- Fred Meyer
- Haggen Northwest Fresh
- the Markets
- Market Place
- Metropolitan Market
- Red Apple Markets
- Saars Marketplace
- Town & Country Markets
Thank you to the many generous Safeway employees who personally gave more than $244,000 to benefit Seattle Children’s uncompensated care in 2014–15. Employees from five districts in Washington donated to support our patients through their employee giving campaign.
Safeway and Albertsons stores also raised more than $130,000 for cancer research during their Strong Against Cancer promotion in June. You inspire us with your commitment to our community!