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If You Shop Kroger, Use Their Community Rewards Program and Help OCECD Serve Kids!
To use the Kroger Community Rewards Program:

Register online at      https://www.kroger.com/communityrewards

Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy if you already have one and register your card with our organization after you sign up.

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If you are new to the Kroger online account:
You must click on SIGN UP TODAY in the "New Customer?" box. Sign up for a Kroger Rewards Account by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store near you, entering your email address and creating a password, agreeing to the terms and conditions.  You will then get a message to check your email inbox and click on the link within the body of the email.


If you have already set up a Kroger online account:

Click on My Account and use your email address and password to proceed to the next step. Click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your Kroger Plus card number. Update or confirm your information.  Search for "Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities", select organization from list and click on confirm.   You will need to insert the following numbers: 83788


To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see our organization's name on the right side of your information page. REMEMBER, purchases will not count for OCECD until after you register your card.

Do you use your phone number at the register? Call (877) 576-7587 to get your Kroger Plus card number and follow the same instructions.


Thank you very much!  These donations from Kroger will help us to serve the over 270,000 children in Ohio identified as having special needs and those at risk of being identified.

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