Join The Home Depot Pro Loyalty Rebate Program and Help UMCOR Earn Rebate Funds
Whether you have been in the path of a disaster or not, your church or United Methodist-affiliated organization can activate discounts and bulk buying opportunities for the work you need to do on your church or organizations' property as well as help support the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) by signing up for The Home Depot Pro Loyalty Program.
Through the GCFA / UMCOR / The Home Depot Pro Loyalty Rebate Program the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) will earn a rebate on a portion of tracked purchases made with The Home Depot.
There’s no cost to participate and no minimum spending requirement to access:
- Procurement options with real-time pricing and availability
- 20% off paint, stains, and primers by entering phone number (615) 329-1177 at checkout
- Access to the Buy More, Save More program offering the lowest price possible on large orders
In order to make The Home Depot Pro Loyalty Rebate Program registration process even more convenient for friends of UMCOR, The Home Depot has revised the system churches and organizations can use to register their method of payment so purchases are tracked and UMCOR can earn rebate dollars.
How To Enroll
E-mail Michael Daniel, The Home Depot Pro Account Rep, at Michael_R_Daniel@HomeDepot.com. He will contact you personally to sign you up. Please have your credit / debit card ready as well as any questions you may have regarding discounts or procurement options.
Please note that only purchases of items to be used for church-related purposes or by church-related organizations are included in the rebate program. Purchases made by and for a private individual are not eligible at this time. Only tracked purchases help UMCOR and its partners earn rebate dollars.
The Home Depot relationship with The United Methodist Church will help support the work of UMCOR.
Thank you for your support of UMCOR.
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