Other Ways to Help

Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger is committed to helping our communities grow and prosper. Kroger Community Rewards makes supporting Friends of the Smokies easy — select your organization, then shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card!

Click here to register your Kroger Card, then search “Friends of the Smokies”

You can select FOTS if your Kroger store is in Middle & East TN, North AL, Southeast OH, NC, VA, WV, or Ashland/Hopkinsville/Bowling Green, KY. See a full list of stores here.



When you shop AmazonSmile, Amazon will donation a portion of your purchase to Friends of the Smokies. Click here to choose Friends of the Smokies as your supported charity and start shopping!
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eBay Giving Works

eBay Giving Works

Any eBay seller can sell an item on eBay and donate from 10% to 100% of its final sale price to support Friends of the Smokies through eBay Giving Works. Learn more.

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Sugarland Cellars and Robert A. Tino

Every season Robert A. Tino graciously volunteers his talents to create a Limited Edition wine label for Sugarland Cellars. For every bottle of Tino’s Limited Edition Wine that is sold, Sugarland Cellars donates $5 to Friends of the Smokies. With only 1,000 bottles of each available, these bottles are highly sought after and collected by wine and art enthusiasts alike. Learn more.

Robert’s work is also featured in Sugarland Cellars’ Artist Series Wine Club. Learn more.

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Tennessee State Bank Cards

Tennessee State Bank Credit & Debit Card

Tennessee State Bank Credit Card and Debit Card customers may now choose a beautiful card featuring the Great Smoky Mountains as stunningly portrayed by artist Robert A. Tino. For an annual contribution of only $10, you may elect to carry this card and 100% of the contributions collected are given to Friends of the Smokies for the preservation and protection of the Great Smoky Mountains. Learn more.


Friends of the Smokies thanks the many skilled photographers, amateur and professional alike, who have allowed us to use their work on our website, social media, and newsletters:

Spencer Black — Esther Blakely — Bob Carr — Amanda Chrouser — Chris Hatfield — Tom Haxby — Phyllis Henry — Sam Hobbs — David Huff — Billy Jones — Tim Manske — Bruce McCamish — Jim Mowbray — Jon Phillips — Nicholas Ryan Powell — Genia Stadler — Jeff White — Ken Wilson — Peter Wimberg — John Worrell

If you would like to share your work with Friends of the Smokies, please email photos@friendsofthesmokies.org.