Here in Ohio, March is Harvest for Hunger month, when we all try to set aside a little something to help feed those in need. Now, in Cleveland there’s an organization called Peace for Animals that has started a food bank for pets.
The goal of Peace for animals is to provide a temporary source of nutritious pet food for pets of families who are facing tough financial setbacks in Northeast Ohio. They are getting ready to host their Second Annual Pet Party, a fundraiser, although the exact date and location haven’t yet been set.
Their other needs:
- Delivery vehicle (small SUV or minivan) This is a top of the list, desperate need!
- Gift cards to pet stores (used to purchase pet food and supplies)
- Newer laptop computer
- Newer desktop computer
- Any pet food and all food must be fresh and unopened
If you would like to help, please call 216-769-6769.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!