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North Carolina 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!

Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control
8315 Byrum Drive
Charlotte, NC 28217
Phone: 704-336-7600
Email: mknicely@cmpd.org

Description: As the economy continues to decline, more and more families have to give up their pets because they are struggling to feed them. CMPD Animal Care and Control and Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina are partnering together to assist income eligible families with food for their dogs and cats to help keep pets with their families. Visit the website for more information and an up-to-date list of distribution locations.
 


SPCA of Wake County Pet Food Pantry
200 Petfinder Lane
Raleigh, NC 27603
Phone: 919-772-2326
Email: adoptstaff@spcawake.org

Description: In order to keep families together and pets out of animal shelters, the SPCA's Pet Food Pantry provides temporary assistance to pet owning families in need by providing a month’s supply of pet food.
For many families, a month’s supply of pet food can mean the difference between keeping their pet or having to leave their pet at an animal shelter. And for many pets, staying in their home and out of an animal shelter can mean the difference between life and death.
The Pantry is providing an important outreach to promote the life-saving services of the Saving Lives Spay/Neuter Clinic. All participants in the Pet Food Pantry are asked to have their pet's fixed, bring proof of pet's sterilization, or be willing to work with the SPCA staff in scheduling an appointment for their pet.
 

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