Will be held on Sunday November 13,  2016
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.




Hurricane Matthew  – Disaster Relief for Pets

You can help with our disaster relief efforts for pet owners who have lost everything in catastrophic floods due to Hurricane Matthew.  The requests and needs are overwhelming. Many pet owners have not only lost their homes they have had not been able to get to work.  In times of crisis when so much has been loss there is little left to help with their pets.

Food, clothing and shelter are considered basic necessities for survival; but it is companionship alone that brings out the humanity in each of us.  This is the very core of the mission of the Pet Food Pantry of Eastern North Carolina.  Every day we provide basic pet assistance to support the relationship between hundreds of low-income individuals and their pets, many of whom consider their dog or cat as the only consistent companion in their lives.

Flood victims are in need of pet food, bowls, collars, leashes, litter boxes, bedding, crates, minor vet care and dog houses.

Monetary donations are critical in our efforts of keeping people & their pets together and are tax deductible


Checks can be mailed to
Pet Food Pantry
PO Box 2492
Greenville, NC 27836


Pet Food & supplies can be dropped off at the following businesses that support the Pantry with bins!



Wild Birds Unlimited

Hometown Harley Davidson

Keller Williams Realty Points East

PetSmart (Greenville, NC)

Petco (Greenville, NC

10th St Animal Hospital

Animal Hospital of Pitt County

Paige N all Dogs

Ribeye’s of Greenville

ShipOnSite (Washington).


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.

You can help right now

Pounds of pet food deliverd each month.

Pets Served


Of Every Dollar Goes To Feed Pets

Friends of the Pantry

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


For Those In Need

We realize how much your pets mean to you.

During difficult economic times, some families are facing the choice between feeding themselves, and feeding their pets. This choice is made every day in many households of low-income families. Many families live paycheck to paycheck, have lost a job, are seniors on fixed incomes, are dealing with an illness or disability, or are hit with an unexpected medical emergency, high electric bill, or car repair that throws them behind and is preventing them from caring for their pet.

We Can Help!

We ask you to remember this is a temporary pet food assistance program run entirely by volunteers to provide help through difficult economic times.  Please understand that pet food is limited by supply and because we are offering assistance for financial hardship, we ask that you do not take in more pets than you already have.

Qualifications For Assistance

To qualify for the pet food pantry program those seeking pet food need to be approved in person at a one-time Application appointment prior to receiving their first monthly distributions.  Approvals for receiving pet food will be based on the household income guidelines listed below. If your family exceeds the income guidelines, please let us know your circumstances. We can review each situation on a case by case basis.Proof of income can be a pay stub, tax return, unemployment stub, or a card or award letter from a government assistance program.

1 person household $15000
2 family members in household $24,000
3 family members in household $26,000
4 family members in household $31,000
5 + family members $36,000
Please remember to bring proof of income. Thank you.


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