Kroger Community Rewards–time to re-enroll!

kroger_community_rewardsGreetings, all.

Last year, Simple Needs GA (SNGA) joined Kroger Community Rewards. This program allows Kroger shoppers to support our mission each time they use their Kroger Plus cards. However, shoppers must re-enroll each year–and now’s the time! Just go to: www.krogercommunityrewards.com! The enrollment period ends on Aug. 31.

If you haven’t already signed up for the program, please consider doing so. You get to keep all of your current Kroger Plus rewards and discounts, and lose nothing at all. Instead, whenever you use your Kroger Rewards card, the company makes a small donation to SNGA.

When you enroll or re-enroll, just enter Simple Needs GA (code 29265) as the organization you wish to support.

If you do not have a Kroger Plus card, it only takes a few minutes to get one. You can stop by any Kroger store and fill out a short application. Kroger will give you the card immediately.

For more information on the Kroger Community Rewards program, visit https://www.kroger.com/article/kroger-community-rewards-3.

Thanks for all you do to help people in need!

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About brhodes13

Brenda Rhodes (president, events committee) founded Simple Needs GA in June 2010. Over the past 16 years, she has volunteered her time with a host of nonprofit organizations in Cobb County and Metro Atlanta, including MUST Ministries, Good Mews Animal Foundation, Special Olympics, the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Hands on Atlanta and The Center for Family Resources. Brenda also contributes to the local missions teams and sings in the choir at First United Methodist Church of Marietta. In recognition of the thousands of hours she has spent volunteering, Brenda received the National Points of Light Award in both November 2007 and July 2010. She was the featured Hands on Network volunteer on MSNBC’s “Brewing Together” program in 2009. The prior year, she received both the Lifetime President’s Volunteer Service Award and the Gold President’s Volunteer Service Award. Brenda was Hands on Atlanta’s Premier Volunteer in 2004 and received her University’s Alumni Service Award in 1997. Previously an IBM team leader, Brenda was recognized in the YWCA of Northwest Georgia’s 2012 Tribute to Women of Excellence. www.linkedin.com/pub/brenda-rhodes/4/2b2/77

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