Does your local mall have a fountain or wishing well that collects spare change? Do you work with a local nonprofit organization? Many malls donate the change to support local groups, but it’s the organization’s responsibility to count and deposit the change with a local bank. If the mall manager is willing to give you the coins, you can avoid the hassle of cleaning, drying and counting every single coin: Your local bank can work with the United States Mint and its mutilated coin department to accept the buckets of wet and slimy coins. The Mint handles everything and will directly deposit the amount into the charity’s bank account. It’s worth connecting the dots and trying to raise coins for a good cause.