Pet Wants Donates 10,000 Pounds Of Food To Cleveland-Area Foodbank
The donation will offer relief to families who are struggling to feed their pets.
CINCINNATI (PRWEB) June 24, 2021 - Pet Wants, a Cincinnati-based franchise focused on delivering fresh food to the bowls of pets in local communities across the US and parts of Canada - donated nearly 10,000 pounds of pet food to the Akron-Canton Regional FoodBank on June 22.
“Furry friends are important members of our families. For some people, ensuring their pet has adequate nutrition, in addition to themselves, can be difficult,” said Dan Flowers, Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank president and CEO. “Rather than families making difficult choices about feeding their pets, we’re excited to offer pet food to our hunger-relief partners through a very generous donation from Pet Wants. This new partnership will help distribute pet food within our eight-county area, helping alleviate the tough decisions families sometimes have to make.”
This donation is one of many recent contributions offered as part of Pet Wants’ “The Pack Gives Back” initiative, which has seen over 15,000 pounds of food donated since the beginning of 2020, largely in relation to the franchise’s focus on Covid-19-relief efforts.
The Pack Gives Back offers the owners of Pet Want’s 110 franchise locations, a corporate-backed way to give back to their local communities by aiding local food banks, rescues, adoption facilities, shelters, and other pet-focused organizations.
“Pet Wants was founded on the idea of community,” said Ed Evans, Pet Wants President. “Everything we do centers on providing solutions for local neighborhoods, and it is always an honor and pleasure to give back to the communities we serve. It’s what makes us who we are.”
SOURCE Pet Wants
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