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« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2009, 05:47:05 PM »


Humane Society of Central Oregon
61170 S.E. 27th St.
Bend, OR 97702

Pet Food Assistance Program

This is all the information on their website; suggest contacting HSCO for more details.
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« Reply #16 on: December 17, 2009, 05:47:33 PM »


Oregon Humane Society
1067 NE Columbia Blvd.
Portland, OR
(503) 285-7722

Emergency pet food bank

This is all the information available about the program; suggest contacting OHS for more information.
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« Reply #17 on: December 17, 2009, 05:48:03 PM »

Oregon-Newport-Lincoln County-

Lincoln County Animal Shelter
510 NE Harney Street
(across from the County Fairground arena area)
Newport, OR 97365
Phone: 541-265-6610

Current projects include:

Meals on Wheels for Pets

This is all the information online on this program; suggest contacting LCAS for more details.
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« Reply #18 on: December 17, 2009, 05:49:02 PM »

Oregon-Eugene-Lane County-

PO Box 1823 
Eugene, OR 97440

Pro-Bone-O is a non-profit organization that provides free veterinary services, food and supplies for the pets of people who are homeless in the Lane County area.

The services are provided through clinics held the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month, except May, November and December when clinics are held on the 2nd Sunday. The clinics are set up in space donated by St. Vincent dePaul at its Lindholm Service Center, 450 Hwy. 99 N., in Eugene, Oregon. Clinic hours are 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. A lottery system determines the order clients are seen.

What Services Does Pro-Bone-O Provide?

Well-pet check-ups
Treatment for minor illnesses, diseases, and wounds
Food, collars, leashes, crates, shampoos, vitamins, pet beds, treats
Spay/neuter vouchers to local area clinics
Friendly, safe environment

Who Does Pro-Bone-O Serve?

Pro-Bone-O provides services to homeless people, those who do not have a fixed, regular, or adequate residence. We consider someone homeless in these situations:

Living in a transitional or emergency shelter
Living in a trailer park, campground, or car
Living in inadequate housing that lacks electricity, plumbing, and heating
Living in a motel, hotel, or short-term (1-2 weeks) apartment
Living temporarily with a friend/relative because housing is lost
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« Reply #19 on: December 17, 2009, 05:49:39 PM »

Oregon-Lakeview-Lake County-

Oregon Outback Humane Society
P.O. Box 206
Lakeview, OR 97630
(877) 947-5009

The Pet Food Share Program currently distribute pet food in three Lake County Communities.

Lakeview- Pet Food is distributed at the Lake County Food Share during their regular business hours.

Paisley - Pet Food is distributed during the regularly scheduled Food Share at the disaster unit building the second Tuesday of each month from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm.

Christmas Valley - Pet Food is distributed during the regularly scheduled Food Share at the building behind JW Kerns the third Friday of each month from        11:00 am - 1:00 pm.

Both the Paisley and Christmas Valley Pet Food Share dates and times are subject to changes in time or date based on the availaility of volunteers to be present during the regularly scheduled food shares. Please look for flyers in your community indicating any changes and refer to the OOHS Calendar of Events for up to date information.

This is the link to the calendar--the society is re-doing their website and expects to be done with that by November 23.  Suggest contacting them for more information.
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« Reply #20 on: December 17, 2009, 05:50:18 PM »

Oregon-Sherwood-Portland area-

Note: this is for cats only.

CAT-Cat Adoption Team
14175 SW Galbreath Drive
Sherwood, OR 97140
(503) 925-8903

The cat food bank is designed to help financially needy cat owners keep their furry friends. On the first Sunday of each month, CAT opens the food bank from 12-2:30 pm at their shelter, located at 14175 SW Galbreath Dr. in Sherwood.

Volunteers distribute a month’s supply of free cat and kitten food for up to four cats per family on a first come first served basis. Cat litter may also be available. Recipients are simply asked to fill out a form, be receiving some financial assistance, and provide their own transportation to the shelter. Cats should also be spayed or neutered, but folks will not be turned away if their pets are currently intact. They will be given low-cost resources and required to show they have fixed their cats.

The Cat Adoption Team is expanding the program to provide cat food to Loaves & Fishes. CAT is working with Washington County Meals on Wheels on a home delivery of cat food through Loaves and Fishes. Covey says this will help home-bound recipients keep their cats.

Quick Facts about the Cat Food Bank:

•Cat and kitten food only
•Distributed to cat owners in need of financial assistance
•Approximately one month’s supply of cat food given for up to four cats
•Open the first Sunday of the month from 12 – 2 pm
•Clients are helped for 5 consecutive months, since the food bank is designed as a temporary stop-gap
•No transportation provided to CAT’s Sherwood shelter
•CAT’s Sherwood shelter address 14175 SW Galbreath Dr., Sherwood, OR
•Donations of unopened, unexpired dry cat/kitten food and canned cat food are welcome
•Donations of clumping cat litter also accepted
•Available to any cat owner in financial need regardless of what county they reside
•At this time CAT’s Cat Food Bank is designed to help cat owners, not feral cat caregivers or rescue organizations.

CAT does ask that all cats receiving food from the Cat Food Bank be spayed/neutered. If your cat is not fixed, CAT can provide information on subsidized surgeries when you come to the food bank your first time.

Donation Drop-off locations-

Mt. Tabor Veterinary Care: 4246 SE Belmont St., No. 1, Portland

Pet Loft: 6333 SW Macadam Ave., Portland

Western Pet Supply: 6908 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Portland
Animal Medical Clinic 1411 SW 14th Ave., Portland

Northwest Neighborhood Veterinary Hospital: 2680 NW Thurman St., Portland
PetUtopia: 8670 SW Scholls Ferry Rd., Beaverton

Murrayhill Veterinary Clinic:  14831 SW Teal Blvd., Beaverton

Sherwood Public Library: 22560 SW Pine Street, Sherwood

Nature’s Pet: 20345 SW Pacific Hwy #300, Sherwood

Curves: 7811 SW Nyberg Rd., Tualatin

Sherwood Family Pet Clinic: 15970 SW Tualatin-Sherwood Rd., Sherwood

CAT Sherwood shelter: 14175 SW Galbreath Dr., Sherwood

Lake Grove Veterinary: 17131 SW Boones Ferry, Lake Oswego
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« Reply #21 on: December 17, 2009, 05:51:13 PM »

Curry Coastal Pilot November 14, 2009

Oregon-Brookings-Curry County-

"When two dogs were found tied to a bench and abandoned at Brookings’ Azalea Park on Monday, it didn’t surprise officials at the Brookings’ South Coast Humane Society (SCHS) or the Curry County Animal Shelter in Gold Beach.

"In the last year the number of abandoned pets has increased sharply in Curry County, and it’s not slowing down, according to SCHS animal care facilitator Audrey Morris and county shelter Supervisor Catherine Powers.

"Both shelters want to keep pets and their owners together, and have several programs to help keep pet families

"Both shelters have pet food available, with no questions asked.

“We have puppy food, large dog food, small dog food, kitten and cat food,” Morris said.

"SCHS gives away 300 pounds of dog food each month to help feed dogs and keep owners and their pets together.

“"We don’t want animals to go hungry and we don’t want people to have to give up their pets,” said Morris.

"There is also a program to help owners with veterinary care. In October, SCHS spent $1,200 assisting owners with necessary care for their animals."

South Coast Humane Society

The South Coast Humane Society (SCHS), a non-profit organization serving Curry County is composed of over 300 members who are dedicated to the welfare of all animals.

Although we're located in Brookings on the Southern Oregon Coast, SCHS is as big as Curry County, Crescent City, and Smith River combined. Citizens from all these areas volunteer and donate regularly. Most volunteers have multiple duties, many while work full time at "paying" jobs as well.

How to reach us

Our Address is:
PO Box 7833
828 Railroad Ave
Brookings, Oregon 97415

Our Phone Number is:
(541) 412-0325

Curry County Animal Shelter

Curry County Animal Shelter
29921 Airport Way
PO Box 746
Gold Beach, OR 97444
Phone: 541-247-2514, toll-free 800-242-5118, fax 541-247-4508

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« Reply #22 on: December 17, 2009, 05:52:35 PM »

Oregon-Portland area-

The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank

"The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank is open to anyone in honest need.You will be treated with kindness and respect.
"Pet food will be provided on a first come, first served basis.
"You will receive a two-week supply of dog or cat food, as available.
"We are open the 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month.
"You may return every two weeks as needed.
"You will be asked to complete a Pet Profile.
"You will be asked to present picture ID.
"Please bring a bag or a box to carry your food.
"Please dress appropriately for the weather; our site is not entirely indoors.
"There are no restrooms available.
"Please do not bring your pets with you."

The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank is centrally located in Portland, Oregon, directly across from the Oregon Convention Center. Our address is 910 NE MLK Blvd., Portland, OR. 97232; entrance is thru overhead door on MLK.

We are open the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month, from 12 pm until 3 pm.
Pet food will be provided on a first come, first served basis, as available.
Telephone: 503-939-7555.

Portland bus and MAX transit information is also provided on this page--routes that take you to the Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank.

If unable to join us at The Pongo Fund Pet Food Bank, please note that The Pongo Fund also provides quality dog and cat food to many respected organizations assisting those in need, including:

Potluck in the Park
Sisters of the Road Cafe
William Temple House
FISH Emergency Services
St. Francis Dining Hall
The Salvation Army
Northeast Emergency Food Program at Luther Memorial
Sunshine Pantry
St. Andrews Episcopal Church Food Pantry

(All organizations shown here have links to them on this page except St. Andrew's.)
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« Reply #23 on: December 17, 2009, 05:53:41 PM »

The Bee News--Oregon (Portland area)

"By the way, if you know a family who has fallen on hard times — let them know that now, as a result of the generous donation to the OHS from Wichita Feed and Hardware, they can receive from the Oregon Humane Society up to a two-month’s emergency supply of pet food to help feed their pets."
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« Reply #24 on: December 17, 2009, 05:54:40 PM »

Daily Astorian April 15, 2009

Cannon Beach/Arch Cape/Astoria, Oregon--

"When the Cannon Beach Food Pantry opens today, everyone - and everything - will be ready.

"At 3 p.m. today, the Cannon Beach Food Pantry, located at the back of Cannon Beach Bible Church, 264 Hills Lane, will open officially. Volunteers will welcome Cannon Beach and Arch Cape residents who need the food boxes.

"Initially, the pantry will be open from 3 to 5 p.m. the third Wednesday of every month. If food and monetary donations grow and the need becomes apparent, the pantry may be open more often.

"Those coming to the food bank will have to meet certain income criteria and must be Cannon Beach or Arch Cape residents. Identification won't be required, but they will be asked to sign in with their name, address and to mark a box saying they meet the qualifications for the guidelines for emergency help. Their income also will not be verified.

"Personal items, such as toothpaste, razors and even pet food also are in the east zone."

Cannon Beach Food Pantry
Location: Back of Cannon Beach Bible Church, 264 Hills Lane.

Criteria: Cannon Beach and Arch Cape residents who need the food boxes.


Cannon Beach Gazette-Food Pantry extends services

"The normal operating hours for the Food Pantry are Wednesday afternoons from 3 to 5:30 p.m. The Pantry is located at the Cannon Beach Bible Church on Hills Street.

"All of the Food Pantry services are confidential. To receive regular food assistance, the individual (or head of household) simply needs to sign a statement of need and provide an address."

So the pantry is now open each Wednesday from 3-5:30 PM.
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« Reply #25 on: January 30, 2010, 02:46:41 PM »

Oregon-Portland area-

SnowCap Community Charities
17805 SE Stark Street
(behind Rockwood Church)
Portland, OR
Telephone: (503) 674-8785
Fax: (503) 674-5355

The Outlook Online January 30, 2010

"Persons attending the 47th annual Oregon Cat Show will receive a $3 discount when donating two cans of cat or dog food for Snow-CAP at the door.

“"The pet food donation meets needs of both low-income families and their pets,” says Judy Alley, Snow-CAP’s executive director. “We also will accept monetary donations for ‘people food.’ ”"

Contact the organization for more information if you'd like to participate.
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« Reply #26 on: February 04, 2010, 09:13:29 AM »

Oregon-statewide and Clark County, WA-

Oregon Food Bank

Oregon Food Bank is the hub of a network of 935 hunger-relief agencies throughout Oregon and Clark County, Wash.

Statesman Journal February 4, 2010

"Gov. Ted Kulongoski's dog, Hershey, invites the public to help feed hungry humans and their pets through "Hershey's Pet Project."

"Donations of food, including pet food, will be accepted at four Mid-Valley locations: Copper Creek Mercantile, 4415 River Road N, Keizer; Willamette Humane Society shelter, 4246 Turner Road SE, Salem; Willamette Humane Society thrift store, 548 High St. NE, Salem, and Willamette Humane Society Helping Paws resale boutique and adoption center, 3298 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem. Dove Lewis Clinic in Portland also will accept donations.

"Although the Oregon Food Bank and its 20 affiliated regional pantries feed humans, they accept donations of pet food because some people choose to feed their pets before they feed themselves."


Oregon April 15, 2010

"Portland's pet food bank has extended its reach past the city's limits through the distribution network of the Oregon Food Bank. 

"The Pongo Fund, the pet food bank that opened its doors in central Portland in November, made a contribution of 7 tons of pet food to the Oregon Food Bank this week.

"The Oregon Food Bank will distribute the pet food outside of the Portland metro area through its regional food banks, said Jean Kempe-Ware, an OFB spokeswoman.

"The distribution of pet food works in concert with OFB's goals, because people who lack the funds to buy pet food often feed their animals a portion of their own meals instead."
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« Reply #27 on: March 02, 2010, 02:07:34 PM »


The Sunshine Pantry
7795 S.W. Cirrus Drive, off Southwest Hall Boulevard
Beaverton, Oregon.
The pantry is at rear of Building 26.

11 am until 2 pm
Monday through Friday
Also by special request

You're not alone. Our pantry is open to everyone:
Everyone is treated with kindness, dignity and respect
No documentation needed
No barriers
Come back when you need

What We Need

Pet food

E-mail contact link
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« Reply #28 on: April 13, 2010, 12:08:24 PM »

Oregon-Marion and Polk counties-

Willamette Humane Society
4246 Turner Road SE
Salem, OR 97317
ph 503-585-5900
f 503-585-7906

Pet Food Bank
Pet Food Bank
1st Saturday of Each Month
10 am - 12 pm

Willamette Humane Society’s Pet Food Bank is designed to help keep pets in homes by offering food assistance to area dog and cat owners experiencing temporary financial hardship. Food is distributed the first Saturday of each month (beginning May 1, 2010) at the shelter (located at 4246 Turner Rd. SE, Salem, Oregon) on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Anyone picking up food will be asked to fill out a short form about their pets and financial situation and to show proper identification (driver’s license or other ID) each time food is picked up. The Pet Food Bank is not intended to feed feral cats or stray animals.


Statesman-Journal April 28, 2010

"Starting Saturday, (May 1) WHS will distribute free pet food through its new Pet Food Bank to local animal owners experiencing financial hardship.

"In the new Pet Food Bank program, cat and dog food will be distributed from 10 a.m. to noon the first Saturday of each month at the shelter, 4246 Turner Road SE on a first-come, first-served basis.

"No registration is required.

"Local pet owners in need can pick up approximately a one-month supply of dry kibble for their animals.

""We will be asking people to fill out a short form about the pets they own and describing their financial situation," Kuh said.

"Anyone receiving pet food also will be asked to show identification, such as a driver's license.

"The new Pet Food Bank is supported by donations from Wal-mart, Petco, PetSmart, Target and from individuals.

"Donations also are needed to support the WHS "Animeals" program, which delivers pet food to seniors and homebound people.

""We really appreciate the help of retailers who regularly donate hundreds of pounds of food a month to keep our (programs) going," Kuh said. "We would love to hear from other stores that would like to donate unsold food

""As long as we continue to get donations, we will help as many as possible," she said.

"Donations of unopened bags of dry cat and dog food are needed most, Kuh said. Wet-food donations mostly go to feed young or sick animals at the shelter or in foster care.

"The Pet Food Bank replaces WHS's previous emergency pet food assistance program, through which people could receive help only once per quarter.

"WHS hopes that holding regular monthly distributions days will increase public awareness — and increase the numbers of donations and volunteers.

""We are hoping we can assist as many people as possible who are truly experiencing financial hardship until they can get back on their feet," Kuh said."
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« Reply #29 on: November 27, 2010, 08:35:59 PM »

Oregon-Grants Pass-

Rogue Valley Humane Society
429 NW Scenic Drive
Grants Pass, OR 97528
Phone: (541) 479-5154

Business hours: Mon through Sat from 12:00 to 4:00 PM
Closed Sundays

KTVL-TV November 16, 2010

Grants Pass, Ore. -- "The Rogue Valley Humane Society has a full house.

"The shelter is at its maximum capacity with 24 dogs and 85 cats.  Everyday people are turned down including Daniel Foley. He found an extremely small kitten in his back yard.

""We tried to get her to drink, but she couldn't do it so I panicked. I thought we could just come here. We got this milk and we'll see if we can nurse her back to life," he said.

"The shelter couldn't take the cat, but they were able to give Foley some food from their food bank."

There is nothing on their website about the food bank-if you are in the area and need help, please contact them for more information.
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