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Kroger Customers Can Help Keep Atlanta Beautiful

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Through April 30, Kroger customers in Atlanta can “Roundup to Revitalize!” in honor of Earth month.

Kroger customers can round up their purchase by $1 or donate a specific amount to help support public space restoration and revitalization. One hundred percent of the donations raised in the city will benefit Keep Atlanta Beautiful.

“Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation is on a mission to create communities free of hunger and waste. Through its diverse community initiatives, including robust recycling programs and end littering campaigns, Keep America Beautiful aligns with our mission,” said Felix Turner, manager of corporate affairs for Kroger’s Atlanta Division. “Beautiful communities are important to our customers and the places we call home.”  

During April, Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation is collaborating with Keep America Beautiful to raise money for state and local affiliates.

The Kroger Co. has 30,000 associates who serve customers daily throughout Kroger’s Atlanta Division, which includes Georgia, Eastern Alabama and South Carolina. It is committed to creating #ZeroHungerZeroWaste communities by 2025.

A national nonprofit, Keep America Beautiful inspires and educates people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment. Established in 1953, Keep America Beautiful provides the expertise, programs and resources to help people end littering, improve recycling, and beautify America’s communities.

The organization is driven by the work and passion of more than 600 community-based Keep America Beautiful affiliates, millions of volunteers and the support of corporate partners, municipalities, elected officials and individuals. Its collective action champions environmentally healthy, socially-connected and economically-sound communities.

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