Kroger Plus Card Registration and Renewal
By registering your Kroger Plus card, you can help FLOW receive a donation of 5% of qualified purchases under the Kroger Community Rewards Program at no cost to shoppers. Use your registered Kroger Plus card when shopping for each purchase to count.
You can register online at Kroger. Here are directions. (PDF)
Alternatively, you can register by printing this bar code and taking it (along with your Kroger Plus card) to the service desk at your local Kroger.
Krogers requires participants to re-register each year beginning on May 1. Even if you registered last year, please renew each year.
Please consider joining at the $55 supporting level or higher to help FLOW improve the Lower Olentangy Watershed. As a member or donor, you will receive our newsletter, Information FLOW, as well as updates on unique volunteer and educational programs. Information about FLOW events are always available on our web calendar, or visit us on our Facebook page. You can make a tax-deductible donation by mailing a check or donating online today. And you can rest assured that FLOW does not sell or share information about our members. Please help to make the Lower Olentangy Watershed clean and safe for all to enjoy.
Support FLOW through the Earthshare of Ohio Work Place Giving Campaigns. Work place enrollment begins each September. Designate FLOW as your charity of choice using the following designation codes:
- State of Ohio Employee Campaign #21033
- The Ohio State University Campaign #60160
- Federal Employee Campaign #13190
The Non-profit Tax ID number (EIN) for FLOW is 31-1595880
FLOW in Action in 2013
FLOW stayed busy throughout 2013, with activities across the watershed. FLOW organized several events with help from devoted volunteers and watershed partner organizations. Here are some of the highlights from 2013: Click on the above link to learn more about:
- The Big Spring Tree Planting
- River Cleanups
- Liberty Park Stormwater Demonstration Project
- Olentangy Urban Rainscapes Project
- Removal of the 5th Avenue Dam and Olentangy River Restoration
- GreenSpot Rain Barrel Seminars
- Opening of the Olentangy River Water Trail
- Invasive Species Removal
- Worthington Canoe Access Invites Paddlers to the Olentangy