Lake Erie Nature & Science Center selected for Target Circle Community Giving Program

October 3, 2022

Posted by Lake Erie Nature and Science Center

We are excited to announce that Lake Erie Nature & Science Center has been chosen to participate in a charitable giving campaign, sponsored and funded by Target.

Now through December 31st, you can vote for the Center and help direct Target’s giving to benefit free general admission, free wildlife rehabilitation services, and nature-based programming for all ages. This program is available through Target’s mobile app, online at, and in stores. 

We are asking our supporters to help us make the most of this incredible opportunity. Every vote counts to help us receive a portion of the available Target funds. As you earn more votes, you can keep voting multiple times during the campaign!

Enrolling In Target Circle
Guests in participating markets can enroll in the Giving Program for free. There are three
easy ways to sign up for Target Circle:
1. Sign up at
2. Download the Target app
3. Provide phone number at checkout

Earning Votes
Guests earn one vote every time they make an eligible purchase at Target, online and in-store. In this regard, it’s not your typical voting program. Members earn votes as they shop at Target.

Earning Votes In Store: At checkout, a Target Guest may scan their Wallet barcode in the Target App at the time of purchase, or scan the barcode on their receipt with the Target App within seven (7) days of purchase.

Earning Votes Online: To earn a vote on a or Target App purchase, a Target guest must have joined Target Circle and be signed into their account when they place an order. Some are not eligible to accrue votes. See terms and conditions for ineligible purchases.

Casting Votes
Casting votes is a completely digital experience. A Target Circle Member may login to their Target account at or on the mobile app and follow the prompts and instructions to vote. Nonprofits will display in a list with each organization’s name, logo, description, and website link.
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