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Support Feral Friends When you Grocery Shop
Feral Friends Community Cat Alliance

August, 2014

Dear Jackie, 

Last year Feral Friends received nearly $2,000 from grocery store rewards because of our wonderful supporters like you who took the time to link their reward card to our organization. As you know, each year Kroger requires re-enrollment into this program. Please see below for instructions on how to do this and for how you can help if you shop at Tom Thumb or Albertson's.
Thank you all for the support you give our cats.
Kelly Richert
Feral Friends Community Cat Alliance

  KrogerKroger Neighbor to Neighbor

Click on the Kroger logo to get the instructions that will allow you to link your Kroger card to Feral Friends for the September 1,2014-August 31, 2015 period.    

All registrations are now online rather than being performed in the store. 

Tom ThumbTom Thumb

Ask your checker to link #8876 to your Reward Card and Tom Thumb will make a donation to Feral Friends every time you shop!


If you would like an Albertson's Community Partner card, please e-mail me your name and address and I will mail one to you. 
Mark your calendar to join us online on September 18 for North Texas Giving Day. For every donation over $25 on that day, Feral Friends will receive bonus funds and be eligible for cash prizes through Communities Foundation of Texas.
The Feral Friends donation link for that day is here.


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