Pet Food Banks-Pet Food Pantries

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United-Way of Monroe County
Back To Basics Project
7444 State Road 45 E.
Unionville, IN 47468
(812) 331-2980
(812) 331-2985

The Back to Basics Project seeks to address the fundamental needs of both companion animals and under-served individuals in the Midwest. Our purpose is to ensure a more equitable distribution of resources to the disadvantaged in rural areas.

Our two initial projects are a pet food pantry and teaching beginning grant writing.

The Back to Basics Project was organized by a group of concerned citizens in Indiana who feel the abundant resources in our country are sometimes misdirected. BTBP seeks to address the fundamental needs of both companion animals and under-served individuals.

Agency:  Back To Basics Project
Donation name:  Pet Food And Supplies
Description:  Any brand cat food, any brand dog food, any brand kitty litter.

Our pet food pantry is working with Area 10 to deliver pet food along with “people food” to home bound and disabled pet owners.
Quantity:  unlimited
Age:  not specified
Gender:  not specified

Contact them for more information.

Indiana-Johnson County-

Molly's Meals
To request help, call Molly’s Meals at (317) 859-6837 or the Johnson County Humane Society at (317) 535-6626.

"Out of work and financially strapped, Staci Young grew desperate to avoid what she considers unthinkable: giving up three members of her family.

"To feed the family’s dogs, Coot and Rylee, and cat Karma, Young turned to a Greenwood woman who offers a rare service: the home delivery of free pet food and cat litter to Johnson County families in need.

"Donations for Molly’s Meals are collected at drop-off sites; most are retail stores."

How to donate to Molly’s Meals

To donate pet food and other supplies to Molly’s Meals, including cat litter and flea collars, go to any of these locations:

Mind Body Soul, 77 N. Madison Ave., Greenwood.

Auntie Leila’s Pet Salon and Barkery, 50 N. Madison Ave., Greenwood.

Speck’s Pet Supplies,in retail center just southeast of Ind. 135 and Main Street, Greenwood.

Pet Supplies&More, 201 N. U.S. 31, Whiteland.

Humane Society of Johnson County, 3827 N. Graham Road, Franklin.

Indiana-West Lafayette-

Hope for Pets Food Pantry
Founded by TriCounty TNR and Seeds of Hope Ministries

Seeds of Hope
505 S 3rd St
Lafayette, IN 47905-1014
(765) 838-2413

TriCounty TNR
Contact Us page link.

TriCounty TNR and Seeds of Hope Ministries co-founded Hope for Pets Food Pantry which goes that extra mile.

When families are faced with limited funds, purchasing food for their pets may be a challenge and Hope for Pets Food Pantry is available to help alleviate this issue.

The food pantry is located in Lafayette at the Buttery Shelf Eatery, 927 Main Street and is open to the public the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.

Not only does Hope for Pets provide much needed pet food to families in need, they also hope to assist with altering pets in the future and are beginning a pet food coupon bank.

Make a donation to Hope for Pets. Donations of pet food and supplies may be dropped off at the Buttery Shelf Eatery during the pantry hours (location and hours noted above). Also consider donating any unused pet food coupons you may have.

This is the information I have from the TriCounty TNR website; suggest contacting them for more information about the pantry.


JC Online April 28, 2010

"Seeds of Hope Community Ministries has operated a food pantry in various locations for about 15 years. Its current site is behind the Buttery Shelf Eatery downtown.

"The food pantry organizers quickly realized there also was a need to help the distressed families feed their pets. Thus was born the Hope for Pets Food Pantry, which operates side-by-side with the regular food pantry.

"The Tri-County Trap-Neuter-Return group and its volunteers oversee the pet food pantry, which has helped about 700 pets since it opened in December 2008.

""Many come here for people food and pet food," said volunteer Mona Martinek.

We always need more donations," said Andrews.

"We'll take opened food that a person's pet doesn't like, along with canned food and dry food."

"If people want to donate pet food, the Hope for Pets Food Pantry will arrange a drop-off time or go to the home to pick up the food."


"The Hope for Pets Food Pantry needs donations of pet food and money. It is located behind the Buttery Shelf Eatery at 10th and Main streets.

"Call (765) 497-0954 or e-mail to arrange a donation delivery time or pick-up of the pet food.

"The pet food pantry is open from 9 to 10 a.m. on the second and fourth Saturday each month -- the same as the adjoining Seeds of Hope Food Pantry for people.

"To donate food, money or to volunteer for the food pantry, call (765) 714-3221 or (765) 479-0046.

Indiana-Nashville-Brown County, Indiana-

Brown County Humane Society
128 State Road 135
Nashville, IN 47448

We offer Pet Food assistance to qualified applicants.  Contact the Shelter office at (812) 988-7362 for full details.

Indiana-Greenfield-Indianapolis area-

Partners for Animal Welfare Society Inc.
1278 N. State Street
Greenfield, IN 46140
Phone: 317-467-1816

Partners for Animal Welfare Society, Inc. or P.A.W.S. is a 501(c)(3) entity and an Indiana not-for-profit corporation operating solely in Hancock County, Indiana. Our mission is to promote animal welfare through humane education and pet population control. Education is the cornerstone of all we do. Our programs include a foster pet program, a pet food pantry for low income pet owners, low cost spay/neuter programs and assistance, off-site adoption events for our foster pets and animal control shelter pets, and our classroom humane education programs.

Pet Food Pantry

Thanks to our corporate partners - Purina, Wal-Mart and Tractor Supply - and to individual donors,

P.A.W.S. is able to provide more than 10,000 pounds of pet food annually to Hancock County pet owners who are experiencing temporary financial difficulties and whose pets would otherwise go hungry.

Donated food can be dropped off at the Greenfield Tractor Supply Store, 1645 N. State Street, during its normal business hours.


The organization and its pet food pantry have now moved to larger quarters at:

Schakel Center at 3141 W. U.S. 40.


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