The customs and laws for Kapparot: 

https://www.chabad.org/library/article_cdo/aid/4441/jewish/Kaparot.htm

The word kapparot ( like Kippur) means "atonement," and is used to refer to the chickens themselves, but one should not think that "kapparot " themselves serve as a source of atonement. Rather, they serve as a means to bring a person to the awareness that he might very well be deserving of death because of his sins and he will thereby be motivated to repent and ask G‑d for mercy.

It is customary to redeem the Kapparot for money, which is then given to the poor, some give the fowls themselves to the poor. Others perform the entire rite only with money. reciting the prescribed verses and giving money to charity.

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