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Program Overview

Proceeds from the sale of the Pops for Pups Buddy Boo! Bags go directly to the Pops for Pups Endowment Fund to benefit the Prisma Health Canine F.E.T.C.H. program.

Purchase a Buddy Boo! Bag at your local Ingles Supermarket.

For each Buddy Boo! Bag purchased, a patient at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital will receive a Buddy Boo! Tag on their door.

Share the Love

If you’ve been Boo’d! help spread the fun by posting a picture of you with your Ingles Boo! bag and where you have placed your “I’ve been Boo’d” tag.  Did you put it on your front door? Your mailbox? Your back car window?  Show us!  Tag us!


The Commercials

Where to purchase a Buddy Boo! Bag or Tag

Purchase a Buddy Boo! Bag or Tag at your Local Ingles Supermarket.

  • 1500 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville, SC
  • 6605 White Horse Rd, Greenville, SC
  • 1335 Stallings Rd., Greenville, SC
  • 116 W. Butler Rd., Mauldin, SC
  • 10903 Anderson Rd., Piedmont, SC
  • 7616 Augusta Rd, Piedmont, SC
  • 5251 Calhoun Memorial Hwy, Easley, SC
  • 1524 Locust Hill Road, Greer, SC
  • 1500 Geer Hwy., Travelers Rest, SC
  • 410 Pelzer Hwy. (at SC 8), Easley, SC
  • 621 Fairview Rd., Simpsonville, SC
  • 429 East Main St., Liberty, SC
  • 502-A Ann St., Pickens, SC
  • 426 S. Main St., Belton, SC
  • 2404 Hwy. 81, Anderson, SC
  • 2120 E. Main St., Duncan, SC
  • 8004 Warren H Abernathy Hwy, Spartanburg, SC
  • 8650 Asheville Hwy, Spartanburg, SC
  • 1851 Hwy. 14E (at I-26), Landrum, SC
  • 4600 Hwy 9, Inman, SC
  • 211 Ingles pl., Seneca, SC
  • 2000 S. Pine St., Spartanburg, SC
  • 2795 E. Main St., Spartanburg, SC
  • 8004 Warren H Abernathy Hwy, Spartanburg, SC
  • 2120 Boiling Springs Rd., Spartanburg, SC
  • 8650 Asheville Hwy, Spartanburg, SC
  • 2375 Chesnee Hwy., Spartanburg, SC

Our Story

On the final day of 5th grade, my teacher gave my entire class five dollars each and told us we could donate the money or buy things to sell and donate the proceeds. I used my $5 to purchase popsicles. From there, I sold popsicles throughout my neighborhood raising over one thousand dollars for the Georgia SPCA in 2017. Right before I moved from Atlanta to Greenville, my teacher passed away from breast cancer. When I got to Greenville, I wanted to continue Pops for Pups in honor of her. After meeting the Canine F.E.T.C.H. Unit, I decided they were the perfect program to raise money for. Now, I am working on an endowment that will forever fund the Canine F.E.T.C.H. Unit! My goal is to raise $100,000 to fund the endowment before I graduate from high school.

$100,000 Goal


The Canine F.E.T.C.H. Unit

The Canine F.E.T.C.H. (Friends Encouraging Therapeutic Coping and Healing) Unit is Prisma Health–Upstate’s animal-assisted therapy program for patients and their families. Facility dogs are expertly trained dogs who partner with a handler to care for patients at Prisma Health–Upstate.

One of the most valuable qualities of facility dogs is the unconditional love and attention they give to everyone with whom they interact. In a health care environment, activities such as grooming, feeding, snuggling and playing fetch with a facility dog can aid patients in medical rehabilitation and psychiatric programs.

Learn More about the F.E.T.C.H. Unit

Donate to the Pops for Pups Boo! campaign.

All proceeds from the sale of the Ingles Boo! bags go to the Pops for Pups Endowment fund that benefits the Prisma Health Facility Dog program.

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