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H-E-B's Help End Hunger - H.E. Butt Grocery Company brings its annual "Help End Hunger" fundraising campaign to the greater Fort Worth area, usually in April and May.  Shoppers at Central Market in Fort Worth and H-E-B stores in Cleburne and Stephenville can donate to Tarrant Area Food Bank by having donations added to their grocery bills. Look for Help End Hunger coupons with a scan code that will add a donation of $1.00, $3.00 or $5.00 per scan to your bill.

The Kroger Community Rewards Program helps shoppers raise funds for their favorite charitable organization, including Tarrant Area Food Bank. To participate, shoppers register online at and follow the instructions. Tarrant Area Food Bank's code (NPO) for this program is 81029. With this scan code, your Kroger Plus Card will contribute a percentage of your eligible purchases to the Community Rewards Program for Tarrant Area Food Bank.

Customers must re-activate their Kroger Plus Card for the Community Rewards Program each year. Customers can begin to re-link their cards each year during the summer after Tarrant Area Food Bank's application for the new year is processed. 

Tom Thumb Reward Card - When you shop at Tom Thumb stores, you can use your Reward Card to have Tom Thumb donate an amount equal to 1% of your total purchase to Tarrant Area Food Bank.

You do this by one time filling out the "Good Neighbor" section and top part of a Reward Card Application. Indicate Tarrant Area Food Bank's account number 4290, and return the application to the Courtesy Booth.  After that, Tarrant Area Food Bank's unique account number is linked to your card so that each time you have your Reward Card scanned, the purchase price of groceries will be recorded automatically to Tarrant Area Food Bank's Good Neighbor account. Nothing is added to your bill.