Meet Leela who oversees the operations at Pet Food Pantry. She belongs to Samantha Crowe one of our coordinators. She believes all pets should have a full tummy and has agreed to do her part by keeping the floors clean of any spilled kernels!
What We Do
We help families facing financial hardship feed their pets.
In Pitt County 24% of families (30,000 households) live below the
poverty line. The pet population belonging to these homes totals
more than 14,000 animals. The Pet Food Pantry’s goal is to help
ease the burdens of these families in our community.
What We Need
Above and beyond our need for pet food donations which are so greatly appreciated …we have a wish list of additional items that can be new or used. If you or anyone you know can help us out with them that would be awesome!
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How You Can Help
There are many ways to help. You might consider making a memorial donation in the name of your animal friend that is no longer with us, or you might find volunteer opportunities by hosting a pet food drive at your place of business, school, or church. No matter how you choose to help the pets and families of Eastern North Carolina will thank you.