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Alabama Food Assistance Programs

During these hard economic times, many folks are having a hard time making ends meet. It's hard enough to put food on the table for your family and some are having to make the difficult plight of not being able to feed their furry family members. We've compiled a list of organizations and programs that will help provide pet food for low income families, helping to keep pets in their loving homes.

If you know of other companies or agencies that are not included on this list, then please send us their info. Thanks for your support!

Animal Friends Humane Society
240-B Johnston Street SE
Decatur, AL 35602
Phone: (256) 351-2347
Email: animalfriendshs@bellsouth.net

Description: Animal Friends Humane Society provides dog and cat food along with kitty litter to Meals On Wheels clients who have pets in Morgan County.
 


Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation
PO Box 130398
Birmingham, AL 35213
Email: webmaster@fcdf.org

Description: Friends of Cats & Dogs Foundation, FCDF, receives donated cat & dog food from various retailers in the Greater Birmingham Area. FCDF shares this food with those in the community that are in need of assistance with feeding their own pets or foster pets. Another of the services that FCDF provides is a pet food/supplies coupon distribution program for people who have pets and live on a fixed income. While owning a pet involves a financial obligation of proper nutrition, health care, and other expenses, the benefits of pet ownership are so great to both owner and animal, that we’d like to help.
 


Greater Huntsville Humane Society
2812 Johnson Road
Huntsville, AL 35805
Phone: 256-881-8081
Email: ghhs@knology.net

Description: To help those that are facing economic difficulties, the GHHS has a community food bank for dogs and cats named Kings Community Kitchen. King’s Community Kitchen was founded to help low-income pet owners keep their pets healthy and happy and to prevent another animal from going hungry. We offer this service to those in need to help them keep their pets from being surrendered and to ensure their pets are well-fed. To qualify for this program, you must provide photo identification and proof of need. King’s Community Kitchen is open Tuesday Saturday from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm. Please call in advance to ensure the pantry is amply stocked.
 

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