Help Support PCHAS When You Shop at Kroger

Community Rewards

Did you know that you can support Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services every time you shop at Kroger?

Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services participates in the Kroger Community Rewards program, which gives away a total of $1.5 million each year to local non-profit organizations!

Here’s How it Works

When you use your Kroger Plus Card, you earn reward points for PCHAS. The more supporters linked to our organization the more we earn!

Here’s How to Sign Up

If you already have a Kroger Plus Card, go online to register and link your card to our organization.

Register online at and follow the directions below:

1. Click “Sign up today” in the “New Customer” box.

2. Enter your zip code, favorite Kroger store, email address, create a password and agree to the terms and conditions.

3. When you are finished entering your information you will receive a message asking you to check your email inbox and click on the link within the body of the email that was sent.

Once you’ve registered and logged in, you can link your rewards to PCHAS.

1. Under Account Settings, click on “Edit Kroger Community Rewards” information and enter your Kroger Plus card number.

2. Enter Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services or our Non-profit Organization Number: 84587.

3. To verify that you enrolled correctly, you will see our name on the right side of your information page.

If you do not have a Kroger Plus card, you can pick one up at the customer service desk at any Kroger store. You must have a registered Kroger Plus card account online before they can link their cards to an organization. Remember, you must swipe your registered Kroger Plus Card when shopping for each purchase to count.

You can donate to PCHAS with confidence that all funds raised are spent wisely, effectively and efficiently. All donations to PCHAS go directly to our six programs: Group Homes, Adoption, Child and Family, Education, Foster Care and Single Parent Family.

Thanks for your generous support of PCHAS!

By Amy Prince