Will be held on Sunday, May 6th,  2018

From 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

We are located at:

408 W. Arlington Blvd. Greenville, NC 27834


Meet Leela


Meet Leela unofficial mascot of the Pet Food Pantry of Eastern North Carolina. She belongs to one of our directors Samantha . Leela helps keep the pantry clean and tidy by eating any stray kibble.

Please Help support the Pet Food Pantry!

The Pantry relies entirely on donations and the support of donors to help family pets in need.

Do you know many pet owners visit human food banks and then share their food with their pets? No one should have to choose between feeding their pet and feeding themselves. For those who are struggling to make ends meet the consequences are greater than just an empty stomach, as many pets will be surrendered to our already overcrowded shelters.

The people we serve are battling a variety of issues, including chronic illness, job loss, domestic abuse and disability. They include Seniors Citizens on fixed-incomes, Veteran’s, & the homeless, many of whom consider their dog or cat as their closest friend and companion.

Will you help us keep family pets with their people and out of the shelters
by making a tax-deductible donation to support the services we provide in Eastern North Carolina?

Because sometimes, a simple bowl of food is the force that both keeps a family together and saves the lives of the animals they love.

Tons Of Pet Food Served

Pets Served


Of Every Dollar Goes To Feed Pets

Free Spay & Neuters:

Up Close With Your County Profiles Pantry Founder Kristen Kenyon

“A lot of times people have lost so much and being able to keep their pet is real emotional support.”
-Kristen Kenyon

Pitt Resource Connection

Find out more about what we do and the community we serve.

The Pet Food Pantry Needs Your Help To Keep Its Shelves Stocked!

Your donations go directly to families in need.

Thank You For Your Amazing Generosity


The Pet Food Pantry is the area’s first dedicated charitable pet food resource and was established to help prevent the abandonment or surrender of animals when their families cannot afford to feed them.

Kristen Kenyon, Kristen Below, Christy Hill and Samantha Crowe are the coordinators of The Pet Food Pantry of Eastern North Carolina, and believe this can make a difference in overburdened shelters and rescues by helping ease the stress of those facing financial difficulty feeding their pets. Because when people must choose what to cut from their grocery lists, pets often are among and those that suffer most.

We believe that The Pet Food Pantry is a gift for the entire community…and that by lending a hand when times are tough and providing dog and cat food for the companion pets of anyone in honest need we can ease these burdens on the families and the community.

We require the spaying & neutering of the pets in the homes of the families we are helping. Through donations we are able to provide surgery certificates for free or a reduced cost, as well as rabies shots to those in need.

Thank you for all the generous support and donations that allows these pets to stay safe at home and out of the shelters.

Kristen Kenyon

Kristen Kenyon


Kristen Below

Kristen Below


Samantha Crowe

Samantha Crowe



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