We have some exciting news Awesome in Action fans!
Awesome in Action was accepted as a non-profit organization for King Soopers or City Market Community Rewards Program!
This means that if you have a King Soopers or City Market loyalty card, you can now link Awesome in Action to your account and we receive a small donation every time you shop.
To do this, you first must have a King Soopers or City Market loyalty card, you can sign up for this by going to any King Soopers or City Market customer service desk. If you already have a loyalty card (this is typically your phone number entered at checkout or a loyalty card linked to your phone number that you swipe) you can take the following steps to link Awesome in Action as your non-profit organization:
- For King Soopers Stores – go to http://www.kingsoopers.com
- For City Market Stores – go to http://www.citymarket.com
You will then either log into your existing account or create a new account that requires basic information, an email address, and your loyalty card number.
Then, you will click on My Account then click on Community Rewards.
Next you will need to search for Awesome in Action, Co either by name or US414 (Awesome in Action’s Non-Profit Organization Number) and then click Enroll.
In order for your purchases to count towards Awesome in Action, you will need to use your loyalty card when shopping.
Any contributions from the community make a huge difference to a small organization like Awesome in Action, and we really appreciate our community’s willingness to participate in programs like this!
Please reach out to us at email@example.com or via Facebook if you have any questions.
Thanks from the Awesome in Action team!
Thanks to the amazing work of Captain Crystal and her assistant Stacy, Nick was able to fulfill a long time dream of going up in an adapted hot air balloon in beautiful Wyoming!
Dream Catcher Balloon is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to give balloon rides in an adapted 2 seat custom built “basket” that allows those with mobility challenges or other concerns to fly! Dream Catcher and Captain Crystal work with people of different abilities, veterans, seniors, and anyone looking to have their dream flight. Captain Crystal is an amazing person and Nick’s flight has been several years in the making!
It was an early day, and tensions were high. Would the wind pick up? Would Nick get to fly? After waking up at 5AM Nick watched out the window while Captain Crystal and the team of volunteers including Nick’s family and friends set up the balloon. At about 6:30AM Captain Crystal gave Nick the OK to get down to the launch area and it was on!
Nick got to ride in the balloon twice, and was so excited. He spun around and looked at the beautiful views of the Snowy Range Mountains and the lake while waving his arms in the air and looking down to his cheering family and friends. His favorite part was looking at the horizon!
Events like these give people like Nick who have different abilities the chance to experience things they may not otherwise get to do.
It’s so important to Nick and his team to make connections with other non-profits looking to spread awareness and inclusivity, and we are proud friends of Captain Crystal and the Dream Catcher Balloon team.
Nick can’t wait for his next adventure!