When you shop using the iGive web site, up to 26% of your purchase will benefit the CEC. Go to www.igive.com to register and select the CEC as your beneficiary. Then shop for items from more than 600 popular retailers. The more you shop, the more the CEC receives.
Present your card to your cashier each time you shop at Albertsons. You can remind your cashier to scan your card any time during your order. Albertsons will refund a portion of your purchase back to the CEC every quarter.
Kroger has discontinued its Share Card but you can designate the CEC as beneficiary of your purchases by linking your Kroger Card to the CEC. Please print out the barcode below and take to your Kroger store. Ask the clerk to scan the barcode and link your Kroger card to the CEC’s account. Each time you make purchases have the clerk scan your Kroger card and a portion of your purchases will be rebated to the CEC.
During your next visit to Tom Thumb, stop by the customer service desk and fill out the top portion of the Good Neighbor application form to link your Reward Card to the CEC’s account (#2739). Each time you shop at Tom Thumb, have the clerk scan your Reward Card and a portion of your purchases will be rebated to the CEC.
Charter's Community Connection Program supports the CEC by making a referral contribution when you order cable, internet and/or phone service from them. To sign up for service, call 817-298-3555 and give them the CEC's ID number (88014). Charter will make the following referral contribution for your order: 1) $75 for the first qualifying service you order. 2) An additional $25 for each additional service ordered on the same call (a maximum of $125). For specific details about the Community Connection Program click here.