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« Reply #30 on: December 17, 2009, 02:59:26 PM »

http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2009/03/kent_county_humane_society_off.html

MLive-Grand Rapids, Kent County, Michigan-

"GRAND RAPIDS -- The Kibble Konnection, a new pet food pantry run by the local Humane Society, is aiming to help owners keep their pets' food dishes full in these tight times.

"The local Humane Society is launching a new pet food pantry program called Kibble Konnection to help needy families and their critters.

"Eligible for the free dog food are those on government assistance, who meet certain income criteria or who have experienced significant hardships the past six months, such as home foreclosure, eviction or job loss, Self said.

"As many as five animals per family may be served with 5-gallon buckets of chow each month.

"The Humane Society hopes to establish another pantry in Lowell in April, Self said.

"To donate to the Kibble Konnection, drop off food to the site or make checks payable to the Humane Society of Kent County, 3077 Wilson Drive NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534"


Update-

http://www.mlive.com/living/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2010/01/unleashed_kibble_konnections_l.html

MLive January 22, 2010


Sunday, January 24, 2010 Food Distribution to Include Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic

"This Sunday's distribution event also will include low-cost vaccines for pets of low-income families. Kibble Konnection families can get their food and vaccines during a scheduled time (10 a.m. to noon for families whose last names fall in A-L; noon to 2 p.m. for M-Z). The general public can get their low-cost vaccines from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Families must have proof of low-income status to get the reduced cost vaccines.

"The following vaccinations, including a physical exam, will be available: Rabies for $15, distemper combo for $10 and bordatella for $10. Pet ID microchips will be available for $10 as well. Heartworm and Feline Leukemia/FIV tests will not be offered, HSKC said. Payments will be accepted by cash or credit card only. All cats must be kenneled and dogs must be on a leash. Service to aggressive animals may be declined.

"If you think you qualify for the Kibble Konnection program, you should fill out an application"


http://www.hskc.org/pdfs/FINAL%20Kibble%20Konnection%20Application.pdf

Application link

"or pick one up at HSKC (3077 Wilson NW in Grand Rapids, 49534). The application will need to be processed and approved, and it's likely too late to get it in for Sunday's food distribution (although Yuhas hinted that if she receives them Friday, she could process them Saturday for this week's event)."
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« Reply #31 on: December 17, 2009, 03:00:23 PM »

http://www.thetimesherald.com/article/20090218/NEIGHBORHOODS01/902180329

Port Huron Times Herald--Port Huron, Michigan--

In the canine rescue community we see many dogs and cats being surrendered by their owners because they can no longer afford to feed them. We wanted to do something to help these families hold on to their beloved pets so we're happy to announce that we've had great success with our food drive and now have plenty of dog and cat food to redistribute back out into the community. If you could use some help right now, or know someone who does, please contact us and we will get the food out to you as quickly as possible. We are here to help ... so please allow us to do so. Keeping pet and family together gives us all the satisfaction we need.

Michigan-St. Clair-St. Clair County

K9 Resque
St. Clair, MI 48079
810-329-1002


http://www.K9resque.org/

K9 Resque website

Updating-

http://www.k9resque.org/info/display?PageID=6444

Our  Community Outreach Program assists St. Clair residents who are having financial difficulties meeting their pets nutritional needs.

Because we are committed to not just helping the dogs but all animals, we REFUSE to allow any dog or cat to go without food.

If you are a St. Clair County resident and you need help feeding your dog or cat , please do not hesitate to contact us for help!!!

Food, Litter, and treats for the program are donated to the K9  Resque by the generosity of our community  partners; therefore we cannot guarantee that these items will always be available.

To Be eligible for the "Kibbles Kitchen" program, you must qualify as "Low Income", be a current participant in a state/federal assistance program, or experiencing financial hardship due to the current economic situation. Food will only be distributed once per month, for all participants, Once enrolled you are entitled to food for up to 3 months.

Please be sure to complete our new online application for the "Kibbles Kitchen " Program.

If the form is not filled out in full it will not be accepted and no one will contact you. Phone calls are for messages only, and phone calls for the program will only be accepted Mon-Sat between the hours of 9 am to 6 pm.


http://www.k9resque.org/forms/

Link for application--you need to register to fill out an application:

http://www.k9resque.org/user/register

Link to register.
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« Reply #32 on: December 17, 2009, 03:01:26 PM »

http://www.grandhaventribune.com/paid/296986113436826.bsp

Grand Haven Tribune--Grand Haven, Michigan--

"The Stileses recently opened a pet food pantry in the basement of their home. They said their goal is to accept donations of food, leashes, collars and anything else pet-related for redistribution to local families in need — free of charge.

"Donations will be accepted for all pet needs, according to Stiles — including food, leashes, collars, aquariums, bedding and toys.

""There's really no limit," she said. "This is for all pets — birds, lizards, dogs, cats, fish — you name it. Anything that has to do with a pet we're going to accept."

Call (616) 607-8921 or e-mail petpantry2009@yahoo.com  to make a donation, or to arrange to receive help."

Update:

The Stiles' project has evolved into the Pet Pantry of Michigan:

http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2009/07/chroniclenick_tremmelmark_cisl.html

MI Live.com July 14, 2009

Muskegon, Grand Rapids area, Michigan-

Pet Pantry of Michigan
1202 Shettler Rd.
Muskegon, MI 49444
Phone: 231-747-6986


"There's also plans under way to add a Pet Pantry chapter in Allegan County and add another pick-up spot in Holland, Stiles said."

Food Drop-off sites:

Pet Pantry has a new building where you can drop off pet supplies

The building is located at:
Pet Pantry of Michigan
1202 Shettler Rd.
Muskegon, MI 49444
Phone: 231-747-6986

Dollar General, 111 Exchange, Spring Lake.

Canary Bar and Grill, 506 Center, North Muskegon.

Pompa Do's, 4441 Grand Haven Road, Muskegon.

Must Love Dogs, 211 Washington, Grand Haven.

Pages Furniture and Glass, 4574 Dowling, Montague.

Healing Harmony, 953 Seminole, Muskegon.

Turks Inn, 11139 Cleveland Ave., Nunica

Sue Ann's Grilling and Catering, 2861 Westland, Muskegon.

Nails and Moore, 318 Center, North Muskegon

Paw Pro and Co., 1107 Washington St., Grand Haven

Whiskers Resort and Pet Spa, 3100 29th St. S.E, Grand Rapids, MI

Unity Church, 2052 Bourdon St., Muskegon


http://www.petpantrymi.org/

Pet Pantry of Michigan's website

Updating-

The pantry is now set up to accept monetary donations through PayPal.

All Services are provided on an “as available” basis, and are completely free of charge.

Pet Pantry will gladly except donations for any type of pets, including:

Dogs   Cats   Birds   Rabbits   Gerbils  Hamsters Fish   Lizards   Horses

We ask that non-food items be either new or gently used and clean upon donation.Pet Pantry is intended as a supplemental source of food and supplies. We are in need of any type of items relating to any kinds of pets including:

Litter   Bedding   Shampoo   Dips   Dishes   Toys   Treats   Leashes   Collars  Blankets

http://www.petpantrymi.org/faq.html

Q. How do I know I qualify for assistance?

A. There are a few ways to tell if you qualify:

1. If you receive any type of public assistance such as food or cash benefits.
2. If you receive disability or social security benefits.
3. If you receive unemployment compensation.
4. If you are homeless

Q. How do I receive pet food and supplies?

A. Pet Pantry has set dates, in different locations for what are called distribution days. These are days are for anyone needing assistance, to come and receive help that day. We are trying to keep our distribution days all in the same places each time, so that people know where to go and when. If you are unclear on where to go, please call or email us and we can give you that information. On distribution day you will be asked for proof of public assistance, disability, social security or unemployment. Please bring those with you, you maybe be asked to return with them in order to receive assistance. Help is available in emergency situations. We do not deliver pet food between distribution days as it can get extremely costly. Contact information can be found in the “contact us” portion of this website.


More information at the link above.
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« Reply #33 on: December 19, 2009, 10:13:38 PM »

Michigan-Jackson area-

http://umtv.org/archives/feeding_people_and_pets.htm

Making their appointed rounds once a month, they load pet food into their old van.  Then, at their United Methodist church food pantry, they pack in deliveries for seniors across Jackson County, Michigan.

Gail and Dick Buttenbach are hunger coordinators for their church, Concord United Methodist. The church partners with the North Parma United Methodist Food Pantry to serve the area around Jackson, Michigan, about 120 miles from Detroit.

For more information, call 517-531-4054.


http://www.parma-umc.com/

Parma United Methodist Church
100 E. Main St.
PO Box 100
Parma MI 49269-0100

The North Parma Food Pantry serves the community.  Phone 517 531-4054, leave a message.
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« Reply #34 on: December 22, 2009, 02:43:41 PM »

Michigan-Midland County-

http://www.hsomc.org/2009/04/contact-us.html

Humane Society of Midland County
PO Box 1034
Midland, MI 48641-1034
Telephone:(989) 948-8804

info@hsomc.org

http://ourmidland.com/articles/2009/12/22/local_news/2307916.txt

Midland Daily News December 22, 2009

Youths help out local Humane Society: Donations sought for new pet pantry

"The Humane Society's Lori Zimmerman said that many food pantries have removed pet food from their shelves because of the need for space for people.

""Someone has to fill this need," Zimmerman said.

"She said that many people, especially those who are being laid off, are finding themselves in situations where they are no longer able to consistently afford food for their animals. The pet food pantry aims to fill this need.

"The Humane Society does not have a permanent space for storing pet food pantry items, but it does respond to people's requests. The Humane Society can be reached at (989) 948-8804.


Pet food and new or gently used toys, collars, leashes, dishes and beds can be dropped off at the following locations:

    * Quality Feeds & More, 2199 West Isabella Road

    * Yeo and Yeo CPA, 6018 Eastman Ave.

    * Steve Witt, State Farm Insurance, 4424 North Saginaw Road

    * Northern Animal Clinic, 5411 North Saginaw Road


Those interested in volunteering for the Humane Society are welcome to drop by Midland Animal Control, 4371 East Ashman St., between 2-4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Update-

http://ourmidland.com/articles/2010/03/28/local_news/2519744.txt

Midland Daily News March 28, 2010

"Family Video at 2601 Washington Street in Midland will be hosting a pet food collection starting April 1 through April 30 for the Humane Society of Midland County (HSOMC) Pet Pantry.

"Please drop off your donation of pet food or cat litter during Family Video business hours, 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. Dry kibble for cats and dogs is the greatest need. Please no expired food. Monetary donations are also welcome.


"For more information on the HSOMC visit www.hsomc.org or e-mail info@hsomc.org to request help from the HSOMC Pet Food Pantry. Donations may be mailed to the HSOMC Pet Pantry, P.O. Box 1034, Midland, MI 48641-1034."
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« Reply #35 on: December 25, 2009, 08:02:40 PM »

Michigan-Roscommon County-

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI257.html

Roscommon Animal Shelter
1110 Short Drive
Prudenville, MI 48651
Phone: 989-366-0260

savshelterkritters@wildblue.net

Our shelter has recently started a food pantry for the animals. We were getting families having to make the painful choice of bringing in their pets and giving them up because they couldn't afford to feed them. The Roscommon County Animal Shelter would rather see these pets stay in their homes so we have started collecting dog food, cat food and kitty litter to give to families in need.

Contact them for more information.
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« Reply #36 on: December 25, 2009, 10:09:14 PM »

Michigan-Antrim County-

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI195.html

Antrim County Animal Shelter
4660 M-88
PO Box 568
Bellaire, MI 49615
Phone: 231-533-6421


http://www.antrimreview.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1440

Antrim Review

"But there are others that Walker and the other staff at the Antrim County Animal Shelter are seeing even more often. “People who give up their animals, much as they love them, because they just can’t afford the cost of them any more,” she said. “Some of them have big vet bills, others are in such bad economic shape they’re having trouble feeding their children, much less their pets.”

"So, with the go-ahead from both Brenda McGuire, Antrim County Animal Control Officer, and Antrim County, Rhonda Walker and the other volunteers at the shelter are doing whatever they can to help people keep their pets-by opening a pet food pantry.

“"We’re hoping to open it this week,” said Walker, pointing to a closet of the shelter packed with everything from oats to dog chow to kitty litter to gerbil bedding. “Our hours will be the same as the shelter’s-Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.”

"For more information on the Antrim County Pet Food Pantry, call the shelter during regular business hours at 533-6421. "


Update-

http://www.gaylordheraldtimes.com/articles/2010/04/06/news/top_stories/doc4bbb8a54f1f3c615099345.txt

Gaylord Herald Times April 6, 2010

"Animal food assistance is available through the shelter to residents of any county once a month.

"The shelter’s Web site can be found at www.animalshelter.org/
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« Reply #37 on: December 30, 2009, 07:48:32 PM »

Michigan-Cheboygan and Presque Isle Counties-

http://www.cheboyganhumanesociety.org/donations.htm

Cheboygan County Humane Society
1536 E Hackleburg Rd
Cheboygan MI 49721
231-238-8221
Fax-231-238-0432


http://www.9and10news.com/category/story/?id=194844

9 & 10 News December 30, 2009

"The Cheboygan County Humane Society says more people are coming to their pet food pantry for help. The shelter just got a lot of food donated for Christmas-time, but the director says this stock should only last through January.

"Instead of serving one or two people during the week, they're helping up to five people a day now. The director says this is a good thing.

""People who may ordinarily have to give up their pets are able to just come and get the food they need to keep them maybe just to get through the winter until their seasonal job starts," Mary Talaske, director of the Cheboygan County Humane Society, said.

"Any one from Cheboygan or Presque Isle Counties can use the pantry. To donate, just stop by the Humane Society."

I don't find any mention of the pantry on their website, but above is the news story saying they do have one and that more people are making use of it.  Contact the shelter for more information.
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« Reply #38 on: March 15, 2010, 05:16:08 AM »

Michigan-Milford, Highland, parts of Wixom-

http://www.community-sharing.org/1/203/index.asp

Community Sharing Outreach Center
Pantry Location
2029 N. Milford Road
Highland, Michigan 48357
Phone: 248-889-0347
Fax: 248-889-0349

Hours of Operation
 
Phone Assistance

Monday - Thursday  10:00am - 3:00pm
 
Hours of Operation
 
Every Tuesday  10:00am - 1:00pm
 
2nd and 4th Saturdays  10:00am - 1:00pm
 
2nd and 4th Tuesdays  6:30pm -  8:00pm

 
http://www.community-sharing.org/1/203/services.asp

Current programs include:
 
Food   


http://www.community-sharing.org/1/203/eligibility.asp

Eligibility information at link

http://www.community-sharing.org/1/203/faqs.asp

Who does Community Sharing help?
 
Eligible residents of Milford, Highland, and Stratford Villa and Commerce Meadows mobile home communities in Wixom.

What donations are needed?
 
In addition to financial support, food, clothing, personal care items, cleaning supplies and pet food are needed.

http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20100314/NEWS02/3140383

Hometown Life March 14, 2010

"When Covington School student Sophia Rotger, 9, heard a news story about families having to give away their pets because they couldn't afford to feed them, she wanted to help.

"And so The Birmingham Pet Pantry was created as an annual promotion to collect pet food donations from Birmingham area pet enthusiasts.

"Sophia and her mom didn't have to look far to gather other partners around the project. For distribution, Gleaners Food Bank connected them with Community Sharing, a pantry in its network that offers the option for families to shop for pet food.

"So far they have collected over 1,800 pounds of food and the donations will be delivered to Community Sharing on April 1."
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« Reply #39 on: April 06, 2010, 03:50:36 PM »

Michigan-Otsego county-

http://www.otsegocountymi.gov/animal-control-18/

Otsego County Animal Control - Donald Reese Animal Shelter
200 E. 7th St.
Gaylord, MI 49735
Telephone:  989-705-7632
Fax:    989-705-2645


http://www.gaylordheraldtimes.com/articles/2010/04/06/news/top_stories/doc4bbb8a54f1f3c615099345.txt

Gaylord Herald Times April 6, 2010

"Pet food is provided to the shelter by several local businesses and some private food donations are passed along to residents needing assistance.

"The shelter’s Web site is www.otsegocountymi.gov/animal-control-18/.
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« Reply #40 on: April 06, 2010, 04:00:31 PM »

Michigan-Atlanta-

http://www.elkcountryanimalshelter.org/

Elk Country Animal Shelter,
P.O. Box 434,
Atlanta, Michigan 49709
PHONE: 989-785-3738
FAX: 989-785-3738

phancock2u@hughes.net

http://www.gaylordheraldtimes.com/articles/2010/04/06/news/top_stories/doc4bbb8a54f1f3c615099345.txt

Gaylord Herald Times April 6, 2010

"The shelter also provides pet food assistance to those in need, from any county.

"“If we can help people keep their pet, it’s better for everyone,” Hancock said.


"The shelter’s Web site is www.elkcountryanimalshelter.org.
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« Reply #41 on: June 02, 2010, 09:55:06 PM »

Michigan-Battle Creek-Calhoun County-

http://www.allspecieskinship.org/

http://www.allspecieskinship.org/contact_us.html

All Species Kinship
P.O. Box 4055
Battle Creek, MI   49016
877.596.7776 
   

A.S.K. offers:

FREE sturdy, insulated doghouses FREE straw, toys, treats, pet food, light-weight cables and trolley's (in replace of heavy log chains) FREE  fencing/kennels to allow dogs to be unchained outside FREE spay/neuter services to inner-city bully breeds as funding permits!

Over 1600lbs of FREE pet food for domestic rabbits, birds, cats and dogs was distributed for FREE, to families experiencing temporary hardships!


Contact the organization for more information.
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« Reply #42 on: August 23, 2010, 05:09:15 PM »

Michigan-Woodlhaven, Trenton-

http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI359.html

Trenton/Woodhaven Animal Shelter
21860 Van Horn Rd.
Woodhaven, Mi, 48183
Phone: 734-675-4956


http://www.facebook.com/pages/Basils-Buddies/265746046123?v=info

Basil's Buddies
info@basilsbuddies.org

http://www.mlive.com/michigan-job-search/index.ssf/2010/08/pet_food_banks_can_help_the_unemployed_k.html

MI Live August 23, 2010

"Unemployed pet owners in Woodhaven, Michigan, who are having a hard time feeding their pets will soon have a pet food bank in their hometown.

"Patti Radakovich, co-founder and chairwoman of Basil’s Buddies, a nonprofit animal welfare organization, is planning to open a pet food bank at the Woodhaven/Trenton Animal Shelter, 21860 Van Horn on Sept. 1.

"The pet food bank will be open to Downriver residents that show proof of financial need — either a Michigan Bridge Card or an unemployment benefits stub. The food bank will be open one day a week and will grow as more volunteers come forward.  The facility will be open to Trenton and Woodhaven residents from noon to 5 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month.

"Anyone who receives the free pet food will have to volunteer an hour once a month, which is standard practice for pet food banks, according to Radakovich. Pet owners will also have to prove their pet has been spayed or neutered.  If a pet is not spayed or neutered, the owner can get food one time, but must have the animal fixed before returning for assistance, Radakovich said.  For more information, you can send an e-mail to
info@basilsbuddies.org "

Anyone who would like to donate dog food, cat food and/or cat litter can call 1-734-926-1098.
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« Reply #43 on: August 31, 2010, 06:14:21 PM »

Michigan-Taylor, Southgate, Riverview, Allen Park, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Brownstown -

http://www.shadowspetpantry.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=4

Shadow's Pet Pantry
PHONE: (734) 341-1922

shadowspetpantry@gmail.com

http://www.shadowspetpantry.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=4

Shadow's Pet Pantry FAQs

Who do I contact?
You may contact Shadow's Pet Pantry by:

PHONE: (734) 341-1922

EMAIL: shadowspetpantry@gmail.com

When will I recieve the food?
The food will be received within 24 hours.

What area do you supply help?
We provide help to six cities surrounding Taylor -

Southgate
Riverview
Allen Park
Dearborn Heights
Romulus
Brownstown

How do I get the food?
We drop the food off to you.

What types of animals do you have food for?
Food is only available for cats and dogs.


http://www.shadowspetpantry.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=3

Donations can be made at:
Heritage Bark; located in the train car of Heritage Park.
12423 Pardee Rd.
Taylor, MI 48180

Marathon Food Mart
8808 Pelham
Taylor, MI 48180

Splish Splash Pet Wash
22675 Wick Rd.
Taylor, MI 48180


http://www.thenewsherald.com/articles/2010/08/31/news/doc4c7d6596ef531545913603.txt

News Times Herald August 31, 2010

Shadow’s Pet Pantry provides dog and cat food to families served through Fish & Loaves Community Food Pantry, which serves six communities: Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Southgate and Taylor.
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« Reply #44 on: November 20, 2010, 02:14:57 PM »

Michigan-Ludington-Mason county-

Salvation Army
114 E. Melendy St
Ludington, MI
231-843-3711


http://www.ludingtondailynews.com/news/53593-ways-to-give-to-help-make-holidays-better-for-others

Salvation Army of Mason County

"The Salvation Army is accepting monetary donations and donations of non-perishable food, new toys, coats, hats and mittens for distribution to families. Pet food is now also being accepted.

"Monetary donations may be mailed to P.O. Box 681, Ludington, MI 49431. Donations of food and clothing may be dropped off at the Salvation Army, 114 E. Melendy St. from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. For other times call the Salvation Army, 843-3711."

If you either need or can give help, please contact the Salvation Army.

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