Brighter DeKalb Foundation is proud to be a Kroger Community Rewards program recipient. The Brighter DeKalb Foundation is a non-profit organization in metro Atlanta, Georgia, established to support behavioral health and developmental disability services provided by the DeKalb Community Service Board.
The Kroger Community Rewards program allows customers to register their Kroger Plus Card and start earning money for organizations that impact their lives.
This program requires re-enrollment annually!
To participate in the Kroger Community Rewards Program and assist the Brighter DeKalb Foundation in their efforts to provide support to the DeKalb Community Service Board:
Create Your Kroger.com account
- Go to the Kroger page at www.kroger.com
- Be sure to have your Kroger plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up. If you don’t have a Kroger plus card, they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger.
- Click on register and follow directions to create your account and connect your Kroger card to your online account.
Enroll in Kroger Community Rewards
- Go to the Community Rewards page at krogercommunityrewards.com and sign in to your online account.
- Click on “Enroll Now.”
- Enter the Brighter DeKalb Foundation’s NPO number (54818) or name.
- Select Brighter DeKalb Foundation from the list and click on “Enroll.”
Shop as Usual
- Every time you shop at Kroger or Kroger Fuel stations, swipe your Kroger Plus Card, or input the phone number associated to your card.
- Purchases will not count for the Brighter DeKalb Foundation until after you register your card.
- With your help, every purchase can make a difference for the DeKalb Community Service Board!
The DeKalb Community Service Board is very pleased to announce the availability of its 2016 Annual Impact Report.
“This report reflects the excellent work of our staff, supporters, volunteers, community partners, and board members,” said Dr. Joseph Bona, Chief Executive Officer of DeKalb CSB. “Through these collaborations DeKalb CSB was able to assist over 11,000 individuals in our community challenged with mental illnesses, addictions and developmental disabilities. Together, we provided hope for recovery, health and independence to those in need.”
DeKalb CSB’s Annual Impact Report provides a glimpse into some of the evidence-based programs and services used to treat 11,099 individuals in 2016, 45 percent of which were uninsured. “The report highlights the impact of our programs, initiatives, and dedicated employees that make it possible to proudly uphold DeKalb CSB’s vision of creating a community in which disabilities no longer limit potential,” said Dr. Bona.
To manage costs, hard copies of the report will not be distributed broadly; however a PDF version of the report can be found here on our website.
The March 23rd board meeting of the DeKalb Community Service Board is open to the public for those who are interested in services for mental health, addiction and developmental disabilities. The meeting will be held at 4:00 pm at 445 Winn Way, Room 421, Decatur, GA 30030.
The Community Engagement Committee meeting will be held in the same room at 3:00 pm and is also open to the public.
The Audit, Finance and Compliance meeting will be held in the same room on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 at 12:00 pm and is also open to the public.
For those with disabilities in need of assistance or accommodations to participate in the meeting, please notify Community Relations at (404) 508-7875.