Save your SpartanNash, Family Fare and D & W receipts! We’re raising money to fund our TNR and Adoption Programs through Direct Your Dollars
For the past 11 years, Carol’s Ferals has worked toward our goal of ending feline overpopulation in West Michigan. Now, through Direct Your Dollars, we have a new and exciting way to raise money to accomplish that goal!
Direct Your Dollars is a receipt-based program, meaning that we can raise money simply by doing something we all do each week – going to the grocery store.
Every time you shop at your local Family Fare or other Spartan Family store, save your receipts – and encourage your friends and family to do the same. Once we’ve collected $150,000 in receipts from these stores, we can turn those slips of paper into a $1,000 check for Carol’s Ferals
To reach our goal of $150,000 in receipts, we’ll be collecting eligible receipts in our Direct Your Dollars Mailbox . The box is our big green mailbox just outside the entrance to our adoption building. Please make sure you drop off the original receipt – that’s how we earn our $1,000 check.
If you aren’t able to drop your receipts off in person, you can also mail them to Carol’s Ferals PO Box 150186 Grand Rapids, MI 49515-0186.
Through the Direct Your Dollars program, we can turn YOUR Family Fare and Spartan Store receipts into cash to end feline overpopulation!
- Family Fare Supermarkets
- D&W Fresh Market
- Family Fresh Market
- Forest Hills Foods
- Family Thrift Center
- Supermercado Nuestra Familia
- No Frills
- Prairie Market
- Pick’n Save
- Germantown Fresh Market
- Dan’s Supermarket
- Wholesale Food Outlet
State laws mandate that certain items are ineligible. In most states, alcohol*, tobacco, prescriptions, postage, lottery, garbage bags and/or tags, bottle deposits, fuel, Ticketmaster purchases, gift cards, money transfers and certain other transactions will be excluded from the Direct Your Dollars total. To make it easy for participating organizations to keep track of eligible purchases, all receipts will include a section titled, “Direct Your Dollars” that includes a short description of the program and the eligible amount based on the state or location where the purchase occurred.