Alright, here's a little news you can use to boost school spirit (and donate some dough) to Dunwoody High School.
DHS has a slew of merchants that support them through your business. Everyone knows about the budget problems in DeKalb - here are some practical ways to help!
A "Commitment Card" at Publix groceries used by a customer donates to DHS, according to school officials. The program has already generated $1,300. It's pretty straight forward. Swipe the card when you shop. If you need a card you can pick one up from the school's front office.
Georgia Natural Gas, a local gas provider, also allows existing customers to link their accounts to DHS or tie it to the school when the account is created. The tie-in donates $5 per month to DHS. The school has reaped $10,000 since the program started, according to school officials. Plus, you get a 15-cent per-therm discount off your monthly gas bill if you participate.
A Target Red Card credit card will allow 1 percent of purchases to go to DHS. Visit here to sign up. The school received $1,174 this August, say school offiicals.
Ask Kroger how you can support DHS. They also donate to the school. You can also help DHS through My Coke Reward points to DHS.