Donate Just By Shopping At Kroger
The Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation is now part of the Kroger Community Rewards program, which means the foundation can earn donations when you do your grocery shopping! You'll need to setup your card so that we can begin earning.
The process is a little involved, so we are happy to help if you need it - just contact us and we will work together to get you setup, but instructions are as follows:
· Register for a Digital Account or Sign in Here if you already have one.
· If you're signing in to an existing account, select "My Account"
· Scroll down to the ‘Community Rewards’ section of your account page.
· Select ‘Enroll Now’ or ‘Edit’.
· You can enter the Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation, or, our NPO number, which is 17733.
· Select our the Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation and click ‘Save’.
Your selected organization will now display in the Community Rewards section of your account page.
Make sure you use your rewards card for each time you shop and know that it takes approximately 10 days for the Community Rewards total to begin displaying on your receipt. We appreciate your support and thank you for taking the time to share this message and to setup your account! Please email us if you need assistance.
View our News Archive to see our progress over the last few months.
As holiday gift giving season is upon us, know that you can help the foundation and many worthy charity organizations by shopping at Main Street Exchange. Main Street Exchange is a green mission shop and a fundraising arm of the Ross Lynn Charitable Foundation. The shop features artisan works, up-cycled items made from discarded or recycled materials, and fair trade goods. Proceeds from the shop help fund the valuable work of the RLCF and selected charities. You can shop locally at any of our three locations: our store in Ruston, LA, our booth at Kings Antiques in Shreveport, LA and Interiors Market Mall in Jackson, MS.
May 23rd 2015. We had such an amazing turnout for our first annual Backroads and Bayous Run! We are so thankful for all who came to support our event and to our sponsors. The Foundation selected The Renzi Center for Education and Art and One Great River as the recipients of funds raised at this year's event.
On May 9th 2015 Soprano Maureen Broy Papovich with husband, Casey and pianist Jeanne Sasaki appeared in Bryan College Station for a special musical performance. All donations were for the benefit of the RLCF. The concert featured a diverse program including poetry from Langston Hughes and Emily Dickinson and the Miribai Songs set to music. Also joining her was her son, Jonah who sang U2's tribute to Martin Luther King from their Joshua Tree album. Click here for more information.
December 3rd 2014, Pop up Studio Sale was held at Lockhorn Cider House, 21 South Wallace Avenue, Bozeman, Montana with works by Genevieve Ryder (seamstress extraordinaire) and Esther Sullivan (small metal works). Cider was shared, friends hung out and art was purchased with 10% of the sales donated to the Ross Lynn Foundation.
October 30th- The first bale of cotton picked in the 2014 crop year by Newt Lynn of Lynn Farms was auctioned at the Louisiana State Fair. All proceeds of the auction of the bale will go to support the work and mission of the Ross Lynn Foundation.