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2 Ways to Shop and Support the Ranch

There are a lot of ways you can support the Ranch by giving, but here are two ways that you can support by doing something you probably already do on a weekly basis: shop!

Amazon Smile

Did you know that through Amazon.com’s Amazon Smile program, the online retailer will donate .5% of your Amazon purchases to benefit the boys and girls at the Ranch. All you need to do is visit http://www.smile.amazon.com/ and select the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches as the charity you would like to support. Just make sure you go to http://www.smile.amazon.com/ when making your Amazon purchases, and .5% of your future purchases will benefit the Ranch. It’s an easy way to help raise funds for the Ranch!

Kroger Plus Card

Another easy way to shop and support the Ranch is at your local Kroger store with your Kroger Plus Card.

To get started, visit the website krogercommunityrewards.com with your Kroger Plus Card and create a new account (or sign in if you already have an online account). If you do not have a Kroger Plus card, you can get one at the service desk of any Kroger store, and if you use your phone number at the register instead of a card, you may call 800-576-4377, select option 3 to get your Kroger Plus Card number to register your online account.

Once you sign up for your online account, click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your Kroger Plus card number, confirm your information, and select the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches as your charity of choice. You should then see the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches name on the right side of your information page.

Once you’ve registered your Kroger Plus card and linked it to the Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches, the Ranch will begin receiving a portion of the sale every time you use your Kroger Plus card or phone number at the register. It’s just another easy way to support the children at the Ranch!

About @YouthRanches

The Arkansas Sheriffs' Youth Ranches provide a loving, safe place to call home for children across Arkansas. Founded in 1976 by Arkansas sheriffs, ASYR has been home to more than 2,300 boys and girls from every corner of the state.