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Use your Kroger card to help Hamilton Co. parks

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Kroger shoppers can lend their support for Great Parks of Hamilton County by enrolling or re-enrolling their Kroger Plus card in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. The program allows shoppers to designate their cards' rewards to go towards the Hamilton County Parks Foundation. 

Current program participants are required to re-enroll each year to continue earning rewards. To re-enroll or get started as a new supporter, visit krogerrewards.com.

Then scroll to the Ohio (Cincinnati, Dayton) category and click "enroll now."

Use the name or agency number (82933) for Hamilton County Parks Foundation to make your selection.

If parks aren't your thing, be sure to search for your favorite charity so they can benefit from your points.

Once your card is registered under the program, just swipe the card or use the phone number related to your registered Kroger Plus card when shopping for each purchase to count.

Each time you shop and use your Plus Card for qualifying purchases, you benefit the Foundation. Community Rewards do not affect your personal shopping savings or Kroger Fuel Points, and you can only benefit one organization at a time.

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