Help Sarah Heinz House Charity earn up to $20,000 to support Pittsburgh-area kids

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Sarah Heinz House, a Boys and Girls Club in the Greater Pittsburgh-area, has been selected to participate in Rite Aid’s KidCents Program to benefit nonprofit kid-focused organizations.

In order to maximize their participation and to earn a grant ranging from $5,000 -$20,000, we are asking our friends and supporters to help Sarah Heinz House reach their goal of registering 300 new Wellness+ with Plenti members by January 31.

Just for registering we can earn money to help kids at SHH!

Additionally, customers can choose to “round up” every purchase at Rite Aid to the nearest dollar and give the change to support the program. The Rite Aid Foundation will match every $500 that is raised via “round ups”.

Register Today for Wellness+ with Plenti

Instructions:

If you are already a “Wellness+ with Plenti” member:

  • Go to https://kidcents.riteaid.com/
  • Log into your account
  • Scroll down and click on “start rounding up” in the KidCents section
  • Click on “Change My Charity”
  • Type in “Sarah Heinz House” in the “Search Charities” box

If you are not already a “Wellness+ with Plenti” member:

  • Go to https://kidcents.riteaid.com/ 
  • Go to “Select a Charity”
  • Type in “Sarah Heinz House” in the “Search Charities” box, hit “Enroll Me”
  • Using the “Wellness+ Plenti” drop down menu, select “KidCents”
  • Click “My Change”, right under your name & account number.
  • Add the requested information to complete the application

For additional information contact Jerry M. Cozewith, Development Director, Sarah Heinz House at 412 231 2377  ext 18 or email: cozewith@sarahheinzhouse.com.

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