Royal Farms Donates $150,000 to Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Since 1994, Royal Farms has collected over $3 million from spare change donated from customers.

March 14, 2024

Baltimore-based Royal Farms donated $150,000 to the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. This donation was made possible through the Coin Canister program and the collective efforts of Royal Farms customers and staff.

"Royal Farms is honored to support the incredible work being done at Johns Hopkins Children's Center," said Jeff Mengel, vice president of operations at Royal Farms. "As a company deeply rooted in the communities we serve, we are committed to making a positive impact and providing vital resources to organizations that enrich the lives of children and families. We are immensely grateful to our customers and staff whose contributions have made this donation possible."

The donation to Johns Hopkins Children's Center will directly support critical programs and services aimed at providing medical care, research and support to young patients facing complex medical challenges. From pediatric oncology and cardiology to neurology and neonatology, Johns Hopkins Children's Center is renowned for its innovative approach to pediatric healthcare and unwavering commitment to improving children's lives.

"We are incredibly grateful for Royal Farms' generous donation and ongoing support," said Jennifer Phelps at Johns Hopkins Children's Center. "This contribution will make a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients and their families, helping to fund important initiatives that advance pediatric medicine and provide hope and healing to those in need."

Since 1994, Royal Farms has collected over $3 million in coins from spare change donated from customers and provided it to Johns Hopkins Children’s Center to show our dedication to supporting children's health and well-being in the community.

Royal Farms was included in Newsweek’s fourth annual list of America’s Best Loyalty Programs 2024 with its ROFO Rewards program, and many convenience retailers made the list.