Pet Food Banks-Pet Food Pantries

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Ohio-Butler County-

Oxford Press December 16, 2009

HAMILTON — "The Butler County Animal Friends Humane Society is accepting donations of dry dog and cat food to help the four-legged, furry needy this holiday season.

"The agency will host a pet food pantry Saturday, Dec. 19, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. — or while supplies last — at its office at 1820 Princeton Road.

"The agency will provide one five-pound portion of cat food or 10-pound portions of dog food per household. They ask that people bring identification showing residence in Butler County.

"Donations to the shelter are tax deductible, and can be dropped off at the office. For more information, contact Animal Friends at (513) 867-5727."

Ohio-Warren County-

Dayton Daily News December 16, 2009

"Warren County Commissioner Pat South and the Board of Commissioners hope to collect 25 tons of food and $10,000 in cash for needy families this holiday season.

"Additional items needed are paper towels, toilet paper, shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, body soap, laundry detergent, fabric softener, dish/dishwasher soap, diapers and pet food."

Warren County Food Pantries

Grace Chapel Church
406 Fourth Ave., Mason

F.A.I.T.H. Ministries
6315 South Mason Montgomery Road, Mason

Lebanon Community Services
190 New Street, Lebanon

Lebanon Food Pantry Inc.
190 New Street, Lebanon

Home Delivered Meals
570 N. State Rte. 741, Lebanon

Warren Metro. Residents Council
741 Deas Drive, Site B, Lebanon

Franklin Area Community Services
345 S. Main St., Franklin

Senior Independence
333 Conover Dr., Franklin

Helping Hands
Hamilton Township Office
7780 S St Rt 48

Kings Local District Area Community Service
10 High Street, South Lebanon

Waynesville Food Pantry
1400 Lytle Rd Waynesville, Ohio
Waynesville, Ohio

Salvation Army
197 North Main St., South Lebanon

Little Miami Food Inc.
4766 Whittacre Dr., Morrow

The Food Pantry at Grace Chapel
406 4th Ave, Mason

Bernie's Place
204 Mary Ellen St.

Ohio-Harrison County-

Cadiz Food Pantry
142 E Warren St
Cadiz, OH 43907

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"They also have the opportunity to shop through a selection of school supplies, personal care items, clothing, pet food and household items.  The pantry is open for distribution through a one hour window on Tuesday and Friday mornings of each week.  Special appointments can be arranged for emergency situations.  Clients call one day in advance to schedule a pick-up appointment.

"For more information about the Cadiz Food Pantry, contact Betty Morris or Edna Morris at 740-942-4300."

Ohio-Columbus area-

Columbus Dispatch December 10, 2009

"Local rescue groups hope that all those and more will pile up during a pet-food donation drive Saturday.

"The event, sponsored by the Pet Pantry in Plain City and the Columbus Dog Connection, is aimed at collecting food and supplies so families hard-hit by the economy won't have to give up their cats and dogs.

""In the past year, we have had a growing need for help with food and with people who cannot keep their pets," said Robin Craft, a Plain City pharmacist who founded the Pet Pantry with her husband, Joe, two years ago.

"The pantry, next to the Crafts' Plain City Druggist at 480 S. Jefferson Ave., stores donated pet food and passes it out to needy pet owners.

"Lori Thelen, owner of the Camp Bow Wow doggie day-care center near Hilliard, learned about the pantry's efforts and volunteered to host a food drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Her center, which she opened in August, is at 5100 Nike Dr. on the Northwest Side.

"Donations will be distributed to the Pet Pantry, local rescue groups and shelters.

"For more information about the pet-food drive, call 614-527-2267."

Camp Bow Wow
5100 Nike Dr
Hilliard, Ohio 43026
614-527-CAMP (2267)
Fax: 614-527-2276

The Pet Pantry in Plain City has no website--suggest contacting Camp Bow Wow for more information.


Citizens for Humane Action
3765 Corporate Drive
Columbus, OH 43231
Phone:   614-891-5280
Fax:       614-891-1765

Columbus Dispatch December 10, 2009

"The Citizens for Humane Action shelter in Columbus doesn't solicit pet food but donations are given to needy individuals or groups, said director Stephanie Wimbish.

""Being able to hand out a bag of dog food can sometimes keep someone from surrendering a pet," she said."


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