Donate Your Schnucks Rewards Points

to Fight Hunger in St. Louis!


In Missouri, 1 in 8 people (and 1 in 7 children) face hunger. Many families and individuals experience daily food insecurity, meaning they might not know how, when or from where their next nutritious meal is coming. And the COVID-19 pandemic has only made this issue worse, with many people newly forced to sacrifice food in order to make ends meet.

September is Hunger Action Month. Help fight hunger right here in St. Louis when you shop at any Schnucks location by donating the Reward Points you earn to Big League Impact, Crisis Aid International or Operation Food Search. This is an awesome way to support organizations working to fight hunger and food insecurity in our community by simply grocery shopping as you normally would! Points can also be earned for delivery and curbside orders.

How It Works

If you are not yet a member of the Schnucks Rewards program, click here to sign up.

If you are already a member, use the Schnucks Rewards app or the Schnucks website to log in to your account.

Customers can donate all Rewards points to one nonprofit at one time; donate a portion of their Rewards to one nonprofit; or select one nonprofit to automatically donate Rewards Points to on an ongoing basis.

Once donated, Rewards Points will translate to a monetary donation to the selected nonprofit.

For more information about the Donate Your Schnucks Rewards program, click here.

About the Charities

Crisis Aid

Crisis Aid International launched its Community Helping Community program in May 2020 and has since provided enough groceries for 1.2 million meals, feeding 58,891 families (including 122,627 children).

Crisis Aid International

Big League Impact partners with professional athletes through unique, sports-related fundraising platforms to help people meet basic human needs like food, clean water, medical care, shelter, and education.

Big League Impact
Operation Food Search

Operation Food Search distributes more than $31 million worth of food and necessities each year to 330 community partners in Missouri and Illinois.

Operation Food Search