Rumor has it that the term 'crazy cat lady' is a direct result of Jeanine Buckner and her crazy love for cats. Jeanine has always been a cat lover, and for years she dreamed of opening her own cat rescue. Finally, after years of encouragement from some of her friends, and some wonderful people who promised to help her and volunteer as often as they could, Reuben's Room Cat Rescue was born. As a vet assistant Jeanine could see first hand that the older the cat got, the less likely it would be to find the cat a new home. Jeanine could also see first hand how a companion cat could help a senior citizen live a better life. When Jeanine started Reuben's Room there were no rescues that dealt with re-homing domesticated cats of all ages. There were also no rescues eager to work with senior citizens. Reuben's Room was founded on the concept of filling both of those needs. Since it's beginning Reuben's Room has operated on the premise that seniors often need companionship, and cats can often fill that roll. Reuben's Room has cats of all ages residing at the rescue, but there are always several cats that would be perfect for a senior who needs some company. Jeanine truly enjoys matching the right personality of one of her cats to the personality of a senior who is going to be adopting a cat from the rescue. Thanks to our 'Worry Free Adoption for Seniors', Reuben's Room does not have to consider age when determining an adoption application. In fact, Reuben's Room has placed cats with 100+ years old senior citizens.
For years Jeanine Buckner dreamed of starting a cat rescue complete with a sanctuary for cats that are no longer candidates for adoption. A rescue that would re-home the domesticated cats that other rescues would not accept. And a rescue that would make it possible for a senior citizen to have just the right cat to keep them company. That dream became Reuben's Room Cat Rescue.
Calling All Animal Lovers-Urgent!
A good Samaritan found a little 6 week old kitten living in the bushes near her home. The lady who found the kitten knew that the kitten had a major eye problem so she rushed the kitten to the nearest vet office. The people at Kentwood Cat Clinic were wonderful. But they had to give the bad news to the kitten's savior: either the kitten had sugery and have both eyes removed, or euthansia. The Good Samaritan is on a fixed income, and cannot afford the testing, surgery, & other medical services the kitten needs in order to be free of pain & adoptable. Inspite of the lack of funds, Kentwood Cat Clinic decided to do the surgery and try to raise the funds via a "gofundme" drive. The surgery and all necessary prep, testing, and any other medical needs that are diagnosed is likely to cost approx. $3000. We are asking animal lovers to look into their hearts and see if they can help with these costs. If you can help please go to:
Your donation will fund one or more of the following for Stevie:
-surgery to remove both infected eyes
-anesthesia for surgery & pain medication post surgery
-any other medical services determined necessary upon results of testing
-series of 2 feline leukemia vaccines
-series of 3 distemper vaccines
-food/shelter/litter at Reuben's Room
If we meet our goal, Stevie will be able to go to her new home at Reuben's Room upon receiving the treatment she needs at Kentwood Cat Clinic in Grand Rapids, MI.
A huge THANK YOU from Kentwood Cat Clinic & Reuben's Room for helping Stevie become pain-free, healthy, & enabling her to meet her new Reuben's Room family!
Reuben's Room is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, all volunteer cat rescue & no-kill sanctuary located in Grand Rapids, MI.
**Donations to this cause are tax deductible.**
Reuben's Room will have to set up special accommodations to meet Stevie's needs, so we are included in the gofundme requests. However, obviously Stevie's medical needs come first. If the gofundme account does not reach the $3000 goal, Reuben's Room will find a way to accommodate our little blind girl.
But we are hoping Stevie's stay with us will be short. We will be looking for a foster home where this little gal can enjoy life in her own home. Or, even better, we would love to find her forever home.
Note-check out these pictures! Stevie's surgery went great, and the little gal is a quick study and is handling her blindness just fine. If you would like to see a video of Stevie at work, playing really hard, go to our facebook page via the banner at the bottom of this page.
7/20/15 Update: Little Stevie is "home" with us at Reuben's Room. This tiny little girl weighed less than 2 lbs. when she was brought to Kentwood Cat Clinic. She came through the surgery just fine. Now she needs to put on some weight and when she is healthy enough she will begin her series of shots, etc. Stevie has a pretty nice little "condo" all to herself at the rescue. She responds very quickly to sounds and loves to cuddle. She is doing pretty good at finding her food, and is getting closer to finding the kitty litter. She can locate some of her toys and absolutley loves to play!
7/27/15 Stevie is still enjoying her condo. When she first came to us we made sure everything she needed was in a small space. We are slowly moving things out further so that she can explore a little. She is getting very good at finding her bed, of course we have lined up 3 small cat beds in a row, so that helps her. We have also put her food and water dishes together in one spot near all of those beds, so feeding is going well. She continues to do well at finding her litter box-at least most of the time. And we know she is playing because she has managed to learn how to wash her own toys, or at least she has learned how to throw her toys into one of her water dishes. She is a very alert little girl. She perks up when she hears a door open, and when she hears movement near her she responds quickly. When Stevie knows there is somebody close by she waits to see if they are going to come close enough to play with her, and when they do she is one happy kitten. Part of the kitty condo has netting, so the volunteers can play with her without actually touching her. Stevie still needs a lot of medical work, so she remains isolated in her own little home for her protection.
Reuben's Room Cat Rescue is a 501 © (3) non profit rescue/no-kill sanctuary in the greater Grand Rapids Area. Reuben's Room is an alternative cat rescue founded in 2003 by Jeanine Buckner. The purpose of the rescue is to help fill the need for re-homing domesticated cats of all ages. We adopt cats to both single people and families who have a track record of being responsible and loving companions, and who understand a commitment to an animal is a lifetime commitment.
All of our precious adoptables are tested for feline leukemia and FIV. They have been spayed or neutered, and are up to date on any medical/dental needs. They have also been treated for fleas and parasities using Pfizer's Revolution and have been micro chipped for future identification. They are also tested, and if needed treated for heartworm. Our cats are only available for adoption after this has been done.
Reuben's Room mission is primarily to rehome domesticated cats, but we also work with strays and kittens.
We also maintain a sanctuary for our cats that are no longer considered adoptable.
Occasionally someone will drop off cats (usually in cardboard boxes) at our rescue. These people probably believe that we will take them in and provide them shelter. Unfortunately, Reuben's Room will not always have the room for these cats. If you have a cat that you can no longer keep, please consider the Humane Society ($20 cost for surrender) or the Animal Shelter (no cost for surrender).
Reuben's Room does not have an open door policy.
If you would like to adopt one of our cats, or if you need to surrender a cat please call 791 9696 to make arrangements
We believe that senior/seniors who are living alone can benefit from a loving feline companion. Through our Worry Free Adoption for Seniors Program we endeavor to match a senior cat with a senior citizen. We can do this because we get to know our cats and their personalities. When a senior tells us what they are looking for in a companion cat, we match the senior with one of our cats we believe will be a good match. If for some reason the match does not work out, we will bring that cat back to the rescue and try another cat until the senior believes that they have the right cat for them. One of the things that make this program special is that if the senior cannot come to the rescue to get their cat we will bring a cat to them!
Through our seniors program we have taken a lot of the worry out of senior adoptions. If for some reason the senior has to be out of their home temporarily for things such as rehabilitation, hospitalizations, etc. we welcome their cat back to the rescue until that person returns home and can be reunited with their Reuben's room cat. Thus the senior/ (and their family) can adopt a cat and not have to worry about 'what if', we offer them the security of knowing that their cat will always have a loving secure place to go.
Please note: Most of the assisted living places in our area allow residents to have pets. These homes welcome our cats because of our senior program.
Reuben's Room received a call for an adoption through our special seniors program. A family contacted us and asked for our help in finding dad just the right cat companion. In this case, dad did not want a cat-or at least he didn't THINK he wanted a cat. But the smart daughter knew just what dad needed, a Reuben's Room companion cat. We get to know our cats quite well, and Jeanine knew which cat would be a perfect companion cat-dear sweet Belle. Belle is a gentle, loving companion cat that was more than willing to let the senior know that he did indeed need her company. Dad took to Belle right away, and it was plain that his daughter did the right thing by getting dad a cat via our senior progarm.
We are an all volunteer rescue.
As a 501 © (3) non-profit rescue all donations are tax refundable as allowed by law.
We offer a special 'Worry Free Adoption For Seniors Program'
We offer the Reuben's Room Guarantee
Reuben's Room is an all volunteer rescue that exists and operates solely on funds and donations from the public who believe in our mission. Our surrender and adoption fees do not come close to covering all of our expenses. ALL donations and funds go directly to the care of our cats. To make a donation to our rescue please either use the paypal button below or send a check or money order to:
Reuben's Room Cat Rescue
PO B0X 140201
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49514
Once a Reuben's Room cat, always a Reuben's Room cat. Any cat adopted from our rescue will be welcomed back at any time, for any reason. All of our adoptions start out with a trial placement. If for some reason the adopter is not happy with one of our cats we ask that you let us know, and bring the cat back to us. There is never a time limit, Reuben's Room asks that if you ever are no longer able to care for one of our cats you bring that cat back to us.
Reuben's Room routinely takes our cats back to the vet for one more visit prior to placement just to be sure there are no unexpected surprizes when the adoptor gets their kitty home. In this case, Elliot and Chong both needed dental work, so we could not release them until the dental work was done. The final cost to the rescue was in the $100's of dollars for each cat! By doing the final vet check we just saved the adoptor hundreds of dollars. We continue to be a very small rescue operating on a shoestring budget, but we also continue to make sure that any cat that is adopted goes to their new home 100% healthy and ready to go.
On rare occasions Reuben's Room may take in kittens. If you are looking for a kitten, please check this area.
UPDATE: Thanks to the wonderful people at Bissell who provided a grant earmarked for kittens, and C-snip who provides low cost spay/neutering in our area, we have been able to add a kitten program to our misson! We will usually have a few kittens available, but they may not be featured because they often find homes very quickly. If you are looking for a kitten, please let us know and we will do what we can to help you. But remember, no cat leaves our rescue until they have a complete physical and are 100% healthy. In the case of kittens, this means vaccines, worming, spay or neuter, etc. Thanks to our wonderful vets, and C-snip we can usually get the medical needs started quickly, but shots etc. take time. And let's face it, almost everyone is looking for a declawed cat, (We have had 2 requests for cats that have not been declawed in 8 years) so we have to add declawing to the mix. So if the kitten is new to the rescue he/she will not be available for at least a couple of weeks.
Kitten Season Is Over-right?
Those who work with cats on a regular basis know that there are "kitten seasons", and this time of year is NOT a kitten season. But, it seems that a few mama's and papa's did't get the message. So, right now we have kittens available. They are newcomers to the rescue, so they will not be available right away, but we wanted to get their pictures on here right away. So, check out these cats on our "adoptable cats" site.
UPDATE: All of our kittens have found homes. But please keep checking back.
As always, thank you for anything you can do for us!!!!
Sweet Sophie is a vivid orange beauty who comes complete with soft, silky fur. She is 6 years old and 2 ft. declawed. Sophie is one of those wonderful cats who will be low maintenance. It doesn't take much to make Sophie happy. For instance, she would love to curl up with you and watch your favorite tv show together. If you are in the mood for a good book, Sophie would love to sleep contently nestled in beside you. Want to play with this little lady? That would be fine, just let her know when. This is the era of computers, so if you are going to be on a computer for an extended period of time-no problem, just give her a little nesting area nearby and she will be fine. And of course, when it is time for bed, all she will need is her own special place on that nice comfy bed of yours.
"Special Needs" Cats
Please note that the cats that are featured here are fully adoptable.
Before Lollipop came to us she had only had one home, and she was a spoiled little gal. But her family moved and Lollipop didn't. This precious gal has been at the rescue a while, but she is still to shy to come out and join the others. Lollipop continues to reside at the back of a cage because she continues to be scared. But, when a volunteer does spend some loving time with Lollipop, our gal does enjoy the one on one attention and will start her motorboat purrrr. This gal has one of the loudest purrs you will ever hear. However, when the volunteer leaves Lollipop our gal once again seeks the security of the back of her cage. Thus, we are looking for someone with a lot of love to give who will be willing to work with Lollipop until she can feel secure enough to join her new family.
Well, actually her name is Princess Nemo, but you will be the "lucky" one if you bring this gorgeous little lady into your home. Princess Nemo is approximately 4 years old. She had spent her years prior to joining us in a nice warm barn supplied by a wondeful man who had a love for outdoor cats. Princes Nemo was a regular at morning breakfast, and she loved curling up in the warmth of the barn. But, one morning the gentleman who provided for the cats noticed that Princess Nemo's hind leg was caught---ready for this---in a coyote trap! We' not talking about the nice humane cage trap, but rather a spring trap. Somehow this little doll managed to drag herself, still attached to the trap, back to her home in the barn. Princess Nemo was rushed to the vet, but she did loose her hind leg. Being a 3 legged cat meant that Princess Nemo could no longer fend for herself, and may become a target for the other ferals. So, Princess Nemo is now a Reuben's Room resident. Our little lady made herself at home as soon as she joined the rescue. She is extremely friendly, with both the volunteers and the other cats. If you are looking for a lovely little lady that will warm your heart from the moment you bring her home, Princess Nemo may be the right match for you.
Cats featured here are cats that would make wonderful cats for our senior citizens.
Four year old Ruby is a sweetie who is ready to find a home of her own where she gets lots of belly rubs! Ruby was previously adopted by one of our volunteers and made her way back to the rescue when that volunteer (our precious Patty) passed away. Ruby is absolutely filled with personality, but with that personality comes some little bittie "things" that she is used to doing, and will probably want to continue them at her new home. Like, Ruby loves to drink water directly from the faucet, and even likes to try to "help" with the dishes. Ruby simply does not care if she gets wet, as long as she gets to be close to her family. By "close to her family" I mean Ruby is going to want to know where her senior is at all times. When we say "companion cat", in Ruby's case we REALLY mean companion cat! If you are a senior, or if you know a senior that needs a feline friend, please consider our Ruby. BUT-remember all that luciouis fur means that she is going to have to be groomed regularly.
Reuben's Room is now an "affiliate member of Amazon", which means there is yet another way to support Reuben's Room at no cost to you! As an affiliate member of Amazon whenever you shop Amazon by using the banner link at the bottom of this page, Amazon will give 4% "commission" of the cost of everything (clothes, books, stoves, etc.) you have purchased to Reuben's Room! If we can get all of our loyal supporters to use the Amazon link at the bottom of this page whenever they shop on Amazon, this could be a real money maker for us. Just think, if you do your Christmas shopping on Amazon, and you spend $100, Reuben's Room will get $4, if you spend $1000, Reuben's Room will get $40 etc. So, PLEASE shop until you drop, but use the Amazon link below when you do!
We have also created an Amazon "Wish List". To get to our list simply click on the same link below which will take you to a page for Pet Supplies. In the upper right hand corner there is a space for Wish Lists. Click on that box, and go to "find a wish list", which is again in the upper right corner area. When you click there it will take you to a page where you can ask for a specific wish list. Just type in Reuben's Room wish list, and click go, and there you are! We have tried to be as reasonable as possible on our list. When we ask for a bed, for instance, you will not find the most expensive beds on our wish list. What you will find is some nice beds for reasonable prices. If you do use our wish list please be sure to have the items delivered to:
Reuben's Room Cat Rescue
673 Kinney N.W.
Grand Rapids, Mi. 49534
So, our wish list and a chance for you to help support us is only a click away. Just scroll down to the banner at the bottom of this page and click "shop now".
Please consider asking your friends and family that shop on Amazon to come to this page and click on the banner/link below.
Note: For Reuben's Room to get the 4% "commission" you must ALWAYS go to this page and clink the link below before you start shopping!
Update: It is up and working great! We have been blessed with some things off of our wish list, and we are also getting a 4% commission when you shop on line at Amazon. Or, if enough of our supporters shop for us we can get up to a 6% commission. Our most recent purchase was paper towels, lots and lots of paper towels. Other than cat litter and food, one of our biggest expense is paper towels. Let's face it, when you are trying to keep a rescue nice and clean, you need a whole lot of paper towels, especially when that rescue includes a sanctuary!.
Note from Jeanine: "We always like to thank someone if they do something nice for us." So, there is a place on Amazon where you can fill out a gift card, and if you do, then we can send you a nice thank you card. Of course, you always have the option of remaining anonymous.
When Reuben's Room Cat Rescue was started we had a wondeful couple-Jan and Bob-who did a tremendous job of helping Jeanine with things. In fact, Jan and Bob did the odd jobs, fixed things, and cleaned the rescue 4 days a week. But things change, and Jan and Bob can no longer offer Reuben's Room 4 days a week of cleaning and odd jobs around the house. Over the years we have picked up some wonderful volunteers, and those volunteers are doing everything they can to help cover the shifts that Jan and Bob can no longer do. But, we cannot ask our current volunteers to continue to "work overtime" for an indefinite period of time. So, we are looking for volunteers. We are not looking for someone to pet cats, that aspect is well taken care of. We are looking for someone who loves cats, and who is willing and able to "get down and dirty". Volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Our shifts last from 2-4 hours a day (and even longer if you just can't stop spending time with the cats!), and we are asking that you commit to one day a week. If you love cats, and if you have 2-4 hours a week, please give us a call! Reuben's Room has always been an all volunteer rescue, and we are dedicated to keeping it that way. These are not paid positions, but we have dozens of cats that would just love to reward you for your help!
Carlton was a resident of Reuben's Room that had been cruelly treated and set on fire by some kids "just for the fun of it." When Carlton came to the rescue, no one expected him to live, but live he did. Jeanine had always taken Carlton along with her when she visits classrooms and teaches kids about the care and love of an animal. With the loss of Carlton, Jeanine was trying to figure out how to carry on the message that Carlton taught kids. And then came Dexter!
Remember that commercial "Weebles Wobble but they don't fall down?" (If you are too young to remember-google "Weebles") Well Dexter wobbles, but unfortunately he also falls down-a lot. You see, Dexter has "Cerebellar Hypoplasia". You can learn all about Cerebellar Hypoplasia on the internet. This medical condition can cause several different medical problems. In Dexter's case, it has caused a severe coordination problem, and some interesting vision problems. There are several causes of cerebellar hypoplasia, for Dexter it appears that it was caused by a vaccine that his momma had while he was still in the womb. So, when Dexter walks he falls down, and then he gets up and tries again, and he falls down. Dexter does get where he is going sooner or later, it just takes him longer than most cats. And Dexter has a vision problem. It takes him longer to actually focus in on something, so he may look like he is staring into thin air when you talk to him, but give him time and he will be able to check you out, and maybe even wobble over to you. But other than these few little glitches, he is just fine. In spite of his medical problems, Dexter is just one happy little guy. You see, he has always had these problems, so to him it is perfectly natural to have to work a whole lot harder to get things done. Dexter has no idea he is different. He can eat, drink, sleep and play just like the other cats. Well, maybe not quite like other cats because things can get pretty messy when he eats or drinks, but that just makes him even more loveable. He even uses the litter box like a good little boy. Ok, well, that can get pretty messy too, but at least the little guy does use the litter box! Obviously steps and climbing can be a problem for Dexter, but we have that covered. Dexter is happily residing in our sanctuary room where there are no steps or other large objects for him to trip over.
Dexter was brought to Reuben's Room after he was abandoned by his owner and a caring neighbor took him in. When he first arrived we had no idea what was causing his erratic movements, but we did know that he was cute and adorable and a little winner! And now we know his medical problem, and we know that he can live a nice long "normal for him" life. We also plan on putting the little guy to work in the classroom. When Dexter and Jeanine go to classes Dexter is going to help the kids learn that being different is not necessairly a bad thing, and that EVERYBODY has value. If you would like to have Jeanine and Dexter visit your school, please give us a call.
Even though Dexter is not available for adoption, we have posted pictures of this cute little fella on the "cats adopted from Reuben's Room now in forever homes" because he has been adopted by Reuben's Room and he probably IS in his forever home. Be sure to check out his pictures because it sure looks like Dexter is a happy little guy, and it even looks like he is smiling right at you!
To Dr. E.J. Jones of Schmitt's Animal Hospital in Walker. Dr. Jones makes our veterinary care incredibly affordable, and has been available at all hours when we have especially difficult medical cases.
To Sleepy Hollow Pet Cemetery for sponsoring our ad in Cats and Dogs magazine. If you find yourself in need of burial services, please check out these wonderful, caring people.
Thank you to all of you who work behind the scenes with us. While we cannot list all of you, please rest assured that whatever you do for the rescue does make a difference and is greatly appreciated.
Cats and Dogs Magazine
Do you know what happened to DOG 281? Janet Vormittag is a local author and publisher of Cats and Dogs Magazine who has written a book called Dog 281. If you would like to find out what happened to Dog 281 you can purchase the book on line from Amazon.com. Or you can get a copy by contacting Janet at her webpage: janetvormittag.com. If you mention that you heard about the book from Reuben's Room Janet will donate part of the cost of the book to our rescue! Speaking of the magazine, have you seen a copy of the local Cats and Dogs Magazine? It is a FREE monthly publication with all kinds of news and articles on local animal events and shelters. Reuben's Room is fortunate to have a page sponsored by Sleepy Hollow Pet Cemetery in every issue. These magazines are distributed all around the local area, so keep an eye out for them at local stores, doctors offices, restaurants, etc. They also offer a subscription to those who want to make sure they do not miss an issue. The cost is $24.00 for 12 issues that are mailed right to you! If you would like to subscribe just send a check with your name and address payable to Cats and Dogs at P.O. Box 996, Jenison, Mi. 49429-0096. The magazine can also be viewed online at www.catsanddogsmagazine.com
Cat Mountain Cat Trees
If you are looking for a special gift for your favorite feline, a gift that will also make you a very happy cat lover, check out Cat Mountain Cat Trees. Every cat tree is designed to meet your needs and requests. Why settle for a tree, when you can have a mountain! Check out their website at: www.catmountaincattrees.com.
Reuben's Room is proud to be a Partner for Pets! BISSELL and LostPetUSA.net have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money, and now you can help too! When you buy pet products on bissell.com and enter the code ADOPT at checkout, a portion of your purchase will be donated to our shelter. What’s more, every purchase goes towards an entry for us to win a $5,000 quarterly giveaway!
How to donate $50.00 to Reuben's Room at no cost to you!
Capital One is sponsoring credit cards for non profit organizations. There is no catch, and no gimmicks, and we know it works because we have been getting the $50 checks. To donate $50 to Reubens Room all you have to do is apply for a Capital One Visa card, charge anything on it one time, then WAIT for your statement to come and pay that one time charge and bingo! we get $50! After that 1st charge you can cancel the card, or you can continue to use the card and Rebuen's Room will get a small portion of your purchases. If you choose to keep the card at the end of the year you will be charged a $35 fee, so be sure to weigh your options. Just think, if 5 people get the credit card for even one month Reuben's Room will get a check for $250! Think of all that kitty litter! And if 10 people get the credit card, that is $500! Wow, think of all that food! Remember, all you have to do is charge once, WAIT for the bill, and then pay the bill and cancel the card, pretty easy right? For more information please go to: Card Lab Connect for Reuben's Room. Thanks!
Reuben’s Room is seeking responsible volunteers to add to our volunteer staff. Commitment is for a morning shift of approximately 2-3 hours. We have openings for both weekdays and weekends. We are not looking for volunteers to pet and entertain the cats, but rather someone willing to do hands on work. Volunteer duties will include such things as cleaning cages and litter boxes, laundry, sweeping and mopping. Experience working with animals is a plus but not a requirement. Volunteers must be reliable and able to work independently. If you are a person who loves cats and can commit to a weekly 2-3 morning shift, please give us a call at: 616-791-9696. Please be sure to leave your contact information so that we can in touch with you and talk directly about the opportunity to become one of our volunteers.
We have learned of another way our faithful supporters can help us out. Fresh Step has a program called "paw2 Points". Whenever you purchase Fresh Step Cat Litter there will be the usual upc code on the back, but there will also be a code #. Reuben's Room can redeem those code #'s for free litter. For instance, right now I am looking at the back of a bag of litter, and there is the upc code, but there is also a code #-in this case FWXHR6GDW94C. Whenever you buy Fresh Step Cat Litter, please cut the area that has the upc and code #, and send them to us so that we can redeem them for free litter! That's right FREE LITTER! You know that stuff that Reuben's Room uses a lot-like bags and bags of it every week! So please, the next time you have to buy litter, think of us!
Another great way to help the rescue is gift cards from such places as Meijers, Target, or a pet store of your choice. This allows us to purchase food, medication, cleaning supplies, bedding, litter, and other necessities needed to continue our mission. We appreciate your generosity, large or small. We would not exist without your support.
Spartan Stores Cash for Class
Throughout the year Spartan Stores (D&W, Family Fare, and VG's grocery) runs a cash for class program. Reuben's Room is registered with Cash for Class and is eligible to receive a % of the funds that you spend. While you are at the site, please link your yes card to Reuben's Room or we will not get the funds that you want donated to us.