Meals on Wheels for Dogs

December 10, 2009 · Print This Article

MOWDoes your local Meals on Wheels do this?  I found this in my local paper (The Repository) – what a great idea!

The Meals on Wheels of Stark & Wayne Counties has rolled out its fourth annual “Season of Suppers” campaign, which continues through Dec. 31.

The program seeks donations of pet food to be distributed to Meals on Wheels clients for their pets. Many of the clients are homebound and on limited incomes and cannot afford enough food for their pets.

Meals on Wheels of Stark & Wayne Counties collected more than 8,000 pounds of pet food over the past three years. The campaign is sponsored in part by the Banfield Charitable Trust of Portland, Ore.

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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3 Responses to “Meals on Wheels for Dogs”

  1. Banfield Charitable Trust on December 10th, 2009 5:03 pm

    Thanks for posting the info about Banfield Charitable Trust. We appreciate the kind words.

  2. Tom Delamater on December 30th, 2009 8:59 am

    Thanks for posting the article about our annual pet food drive! To update, Banfield recently arranged for us to receive eight pallets of dog and cat food from Royal Canin. That jump-started our new program of collecting pet food year-round, with the hope of distributing it to other pet owners in need in addition to our clients with pets. We now accept donations of dog and cat food any time, throughout the year, at our offices in Massillon — 2363 Nave St. SE, about a half-mile west of Richville Drive.

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