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Citi is partnering with No Kid Hungry, a non-profit specializing in fighting childhood hunger.  This isn’t the first time Citi has partnered with No Kid Hungry – and hopefully it won’t be the last!

Share the joy of your next meal with children across America. When you spend $5 or more dining out with your enrolled AT&T Access More Card, we’ll donate $1 to No Kid Hungry —up to $2 million.

Simply enroll your AT&T Access More Card with one click. Your next meal out can help provide 10 healthy meals for kids in need.

Enrolling for the Offer

It really is as simple as one click!  Once you enroll one card, you can enroll your other Citi cards at the same webpage.  In my case, my Citi AT&T Access More card happened to be targeted.  You’ll need the last 8 digits of your card, the billing zip code, and the last name of the cardholder.  If you weren’t targeted for the offer in your email, try this link. I was able to enroll all 5 of my Citi credit cards, including a business card.

This promotion tops out at $2 million total dollars donated by Citi (or 2 million times people spend $5 or more on dining out and pay with an enrolled Citi card).  The promotion ends on December 1st, 2019, so dine before then!  I currently use my Citi ThankYou Premier and my AmEx Gold card for dining out, so I might push a bit more spend onto my ThankYou Premier to make sure Citi donates a little extra.

This is a super easy way for Citi to give back and simultaneously engage cardholders.  If you have a Citi card you use for dining, check out the link and sign up!

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