Community rewards through City Market and Amazon

City Market Community Rewards Program

The City Market Care Program donates a small portion of your purchases, when you use your City Market card or alternate ID for groceries or gas, to a non-profit organization of your choice. You must register your City Market card to participate in the program. You are not required to make a donation amount at anytime during this program. By enrolling once a year into the City Market Community Rewards program, City Market donates on your behalf, and you do not have to remember to select a non-profit organization every time you shop.

To register with City Market Community Rewards/Kroger Cares, follow the instructions below:

1. Click on this link or type it into the web address bar on your browser.

2. Select enroll now.

If you already have a City Market online account, (for digital coupons) sign in and enter our organizations number 10139, then select Friends of the Libraries Upper San Juan and click enroll.

If you do not have a City Market online account, you will need to create an account. In order to create an account you must have an email address and know your City Market value card or alternate ID. After you have created an account, select the tab “community” at the top left side, then select “community rewards.” Enter our organization’s number 10139 and then select Friends of the Libraries Upper San Juan and click enroll.

You may obtain a free value card from City Market and register any time. There are benefits of using the City Market online account, such as digital coupons. If you need assistance, please call City Market’s help line at 800-847-0683.


AmazonSmile is the same as Amazon, same products at the same prices and service. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. To support your charitable organization you must shop at If you select the link,, or enter the address into the web browser, and then sign into your Amazon account, you then be able to search for a non-profit organization to allow Amazon to donate on behalf of your purchases.  Our organization’s name is Friends Of The Libraries Upper San Juan. (There are multiple Friends of the Upper San Juan, we are the second, not the Friends of the Upper San Juan River).


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