• By Beth Oleson, Marketing Director

Kroger Community Rewards helps homeless pets

Did you know you can donate without spending a dime?

So many of us have causes that are near and dear to our hearts, and it can be hard to keep up with donations – especially when money is tight. But there’s a way to help provide financial support for your favorite non-profit organizations that’s free, easy, and right at your fingertips: Kroger Community Rewards.

How the program works is simple: you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards (either at krogercommunityrewards.com or by calling 800-KROGERS) and select the charity you’d like to support, and then you just shop the same way you always do. Once you’re enrolled, Kroger will donate a portion of your total, every single time you use your Plus Card. To select Woodford Humane as your charity, just search for us by name or use our organization code: YJ308. You can change organizations whenever you want (although we’d love it if you stuck with us).

If you haven’t tried Kroger Community Rewards yet, we hope you’ll join hundreds of local families who help out in this super-easy, no-strings-attached way! Each household may only contribute a little each quarter, but when we all work together it really adds up – and the end result is lots of happy pets who are so very grateful for our Kroger shoppers.

Please take a moment today (it literally only takes a few minutes) to sign up and make Woodford Humane your nonprofit of choice. Happy shopping, from all of us and our furry friends. Get in touch to find out more about this and other ways you can help our homeless pets by calling 859-873-5491 or woodfordhumane.org.

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