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Everyday Ways to Help

Here are some easy ways you can help Young-Williams Animal Center.

Amazon Smile

Go to Amazon Smile and link your Amazon account to Young-Williams Animal Center. For every participating item that is bought amazon will donate 0.05% of the purchase price to the Center.

Good Search

Set your web browser to Good Search and every time you search you are raising money. You can raise even more money for the animals by playing games, watching ads, or doing quick surveys.

Choose Young-Williams Animal Center as your charity on iGive and Young-Williams will receive a percentage of every sale.

Company Match

Many companies have a match program where they will meet the amount you give to a charitable organization. Be sure to check with your workplace to see if they do Company Matching.

BISSELL’S Partner for Pets

YWAC is proud to be a Partner for Pets! BISSELL and have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money, and now you can help too! When you purchase pet products on and enter the code ADOPT at checkout, a portion of your purchase will be donated to Young-Williams Animal Center!

It’s simple.

  • Shop pet products on
  • Enter the code ADOPT at checkout

Learn more at

Kroger Community Rewards

Kroger Community Rewards makes supporting your favorite organizations easy by donating to local nonprofits based on the shopping you do every day. Once you link your Kroger Card to Young-Williams Animal Center, all you have to do is shop at Kroger, swipe your Shopper’s Card and we receive a portion of those purchases. Click here to learn more and connect your card.

Round-Up for Good

Our Round Up program makes it easy to help homeless pets. Click here to sign up and connect your debit or credit card and start rounding up everyday purchases. Each month, your spare change will be donated to Young-Williams Animal Center.

Tennessee’s Animal Friendly License Plates

Tennessee’s Animal Friendly license plates just got friendlier. Tennessee’s Animal Friendly license plates have been available through the Department of Agriculture since 2002. For each plate sold, $15.50 goes to the Animal Population Control Endowment Fund. These funds are used to help non-profit organizations provide low-cost spaying/neutering of dogs and cats to help reduce the homeless pet population in Tennessee. Click here to purchase an Animal Friendly License Plate or contact your local county clerk’s office. The specialty plate costs $35 in addition to county fees.