Pet Food Banks-Pet Food Pantries

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Ohio-Madison-Cleveland area-northeast Ohio-

Paws Pantry

News Herald December 8, 2009

"Paws Pantry's mission statement: "Make sure no family pet goes to sleep hungry."

"Now founder Cindy Hardwick is looking for awareness of her pet food bank, currently applying for non-profit status to also accept donations.

""For right now, Paws Pantry will be run out of my basement," said Cindy, a Madison resident. "If there is a family or individual that finds themselves financially unable to feed their pets - dogs, cats, fish, gerbils, whatever - Paws Pantry will be able to provide them with the necessary food for their animals.

""I don't want anyone to have to give up their pet, take them to a shelter or just abandon them. Paws Pantry can help. Each request will be individually looked over to determine need. There are certain financial guidelines that must be met in order to obtain food, but we will strive to make sure no one is turned away."

"Anyone else interested in this effort, either to provide help or seek help, can reach Cindy at 440-298-1530 week days after 5 p.m. and weekends, or e-mail her at or


News Herald December 29, 2009

Madison pantry aims to feed pets

Any type of pet counts.

Paws Pantry also has received nonprofit status, making donations tax-deductible.

Update- February 4, 2010

"Paws Pantry: Cindy and Scott Hardwick of Madison, in Lake County, founded nonprofit Paws Pantry this winter to provide pet food to low-income families. Their mission is to "make sure no family pet goes to sleep hungry" and to prevent pets from being taken to a shelter or abandoned in this tough economy. To donate or ask for help; or 440-823-0486."

Ohio-Knox County-

Knox County Humane Society
400 Columbus Road
Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050
(740) 392-2287 (Phone)

Our Pet Pantry Program provides cat and dog food to families who may otherwise be unable to care for their pets during times of financial difficulty. This service is provided free of charge to the Knox County community.

To determine eligibility for this program, interested parties should contact Interchurch at 740-397-4825. You MUST have a voucher from Interchurch to receive pet food from the Humane Society.

Please Note: We are always in need of dog and cat food donations for the pantry. If you'd like to donate, please give us a call at 740-392-2287 to determine what we may need or simply drop off your donation during our business hours. Thank you.

Ohio-Licking County-

Licking County Humane Society
548 Dog Leg Road
Heath, OH 43056

Community Outreach Program: Pet Food Pantry
LCHS Pet Food Pick-Up to benefit Licking County Open Pantry

Licking County Humane Society (formally Homeward Bound Humane Society) is pleased to announce a partnership with Licking County’s Open Pantry (open to all Licking County residents) to support Licking County families in need with food for their pets.

The Humane Society volunteers will pick up any unused dog or cat food/treats on a weekly basis, repackage the products into 10 lb. individual bags and deliver it to Licking County Food Pantry’s Open Pantry for distribution.

Please contact the Licking County Humane Society at 740-323-2100 to be a part of this community outreach program. There is no cost to you and all donors will be listed on our website as community service partners.

The Open Pantry

Last Call Ministries
283 East Main Street
Newark, OH 43055
(Across from Dagwood's Restaurant)

Pantry Hours:
Monday 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church
The Hunger Center
2486 W. 14th St.
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 781-5530

"If you need pet food go to these organizations and ask."


The Open Shelter
61 E. Mound St.
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 222-2885

"If you need pet food go to these organizations and ask."


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