Since Carol’s Ferals is an all volunteer organization you can be assured that 100% of your donation will go right to the mission itself. We put all of your donations right back into the cats who need our help. Your donation is tax-deductible, as we are a tax-exempt, nonprofit and registered 501(c)3.
Ways to Donate Money
There a multiple ways to donate money to Carol’s Ferals. We don’t have high overhead costs like other organizations who pay high salaries, so every dollar donated to Carol’s Ferals will be put toward supporting our mission.
Mail a Check
PO Box 150186
Grand Rapids, MI 49515-0186
Donate Items to Carol’s Ferals
We happily accept any of the following items all year round!
Carol’s Ferals is a free-roaming facility, and as such, we follow strict cleanliness and disease-prevention protocols, as set forth by our vet and the state of Michigan.
Therefore, we are unable to accept donations of used litter boxes, food and water dishes, scratching posts, cat trees, cat beds, or cat toys. It is for the health and safety of our cats. We encourage you to donate such items to Goodwill or other charities, where the items can either be sold or recycled.
We accept open bags of dry cat food and off brand canned food within expiration date. We can share these specific items with community cat caregivers.
You can drop any of these items off in the breezeway of our rehab facility. Just call 616 560-0555 or email to get directions.
Always looking for goods for our Antique Mall Booth
Carol’s Ferals also operates an antique/collectible booth at Warehouse One Antiques on Century Avenue in Grand Rapids. We welcome your donations of knick-knacks, tchotchkes, collectibles, and brick-a-brac. Especially if they are cat-themed. We also accept furniture. We do not accept books, clothing, or appliances or electronics.
If you would like to donate items to our booth, please snap a photo or write details and send it to our booth manager, Lorri. Her e-mail is: email@example.com