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Smith’s Inspiring Donations 

The Kroger Family of Companies is committed to community engagement, positive social impact and charitable giving at the national and local levels. One of the ways in which they do this is through Smith’s Inspiring Donations. This program makes fundraising easy by donating to local organizations based on the shopping you do every day. Once you link your Card to an organization, all you have to do is shop at Smith’s and swipe your Shopper’s Card. Here’s how it works: 

1. Create a digital account. 

A digital account is needed to participate in Smith’s Inspiring Donations. If you already have a digital account, simply link your Shopper’s Card to your account so that all transactions apply toward the organization you choose. 

2. Link your Card to an organization. 

Selecting the organization that you wish to support is as simple as updating the Smith’s Inspiring Donations selection on your digital account. 

  1. Sign in to your digital account. 

  1. Search for your organization here

  1. Enter the name or NPO number of the organization you wish to support. 

  1. Select the appropriate organization from the list and click “Save”. 

Your selected organization will also display in the Smith’s Inspiring Donations section of your account. If you need to review or revisit your organization, you can always do so under your Account details. 

3. Your organization earns. 

Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program, at no added cost to you. Smith’s Inspiring Donations will donate 0.5% of all eligible spending to organizations that customers have linked to their Rewards Card. 

Whether you're a customer or an organization, get started today! 


Green Fiber Dumpster 

Recycle your cardboard and paper materials at Open Classroom! 

Green Fiber is a for-profit, national company with an office in West Valley. They started approximately 30 years ago in Utah as RediTherm, then became Green Fiber about a decade ago. The company turns the recycled paper into “cellulose insulation” for homes and businesses, according to Sandi McKamey, Green Fiber’s recycling coordinator. 

Green Fiber Accepts: 

All forms of paper including cereal, granola bar and cracker boxes (known as paperboard), magazines and catalogs (remove any plastic if they’re wrapped in it), office, school, construction and notebook paper (staples are okay, but not paperclips, binder clips or three ring binders). They also take junk mail, and there’s no need to remove the little plastic window found on some envelopes. Brown paper bags, egg cartons (not the Styrofoam or plastic ones), paper towel and toilet paper tubes are all accepted as are newspapers and all the advertisements stuffed within them.   

Green Fiber will donate $15.00 a ton to The Open Classroom in return! 


Does your company match your gift?  

Many companies will match their employees’ contribution, making your donation go even farther!