In Nationwide Change Shortage, Walmart and Sam’s Club Register Donations Take on New Look

In Nationwide Change Shortage, Walmart and Sam’s Club Register Donations Take on New Look

COVID-19 has taken a toll on nonprofits of all types, but it has also had unexpected consequences on the economy as a whole. Case in point, the nationwide chain shortage is affecting retailers throughout the country.

Many grocery stores and big box retailers are scrambling to adapt. Walmart has converted select registers to only accept credit cards. This comes at a time when the grocery supergiant is running one of its largest donate-at-the-register campaigns for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Phoenix Children’s Hospital is CMNH’s local beneficiary of funds raised during Walmart’s campaign. Without change, Walmart and Sam’s Club have adapted to give customers the option to round up their bill to the nearest dollar for Phoenix Children’s, even when paying with a credit card.

Through July 31, Walmart and Sam’s Club customers can “round up” at the register, online or via the Walmart App to help kids and families struggling with some of the biggest health obstacles imaginable.

To donate, place an order online at, on the Walmart App, or visit your local Walmart or Sam’s Club to round up at the register. To learn more about Phoenix Children’s Hospital, visit 


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