Help shelters and rescue groups across the U.S. access pet food donated by pet food suppliers!
Pet food suppliers sometimes have food that they can't sell; perhaps they made too much, or the bag has the wrong color of label, or the kibble is the wrong color. This food is new and perfectly nutritious, but because suppliers can't sell it, they donate it to rescue organizations.
The food is given free of charge, but suppliers providing the food may not be located near a shelter that needs it. The rising cost of fuel makes transit and storage of large quantities of pet food expensive, and can prevent shelters and rescue groups from using this amazing resource.
Rescue Bank, a signature program of Greater Good Charities, stands ready to distribute this viable pet food to animal rescue organizations who can use it.
You can help. Just $9 provides 50 pounds of food to shelters and rescue groups in need. Your donation helps provide national distribution of high quality pet food to the rescues - and the animals in their care - who need it most.
Greater Good Charities has ultimate authority and discretion with regard to the distribution of its funds. All expenditures made are consistent with the exempt purposes of Greater Good Charities.
This program gets pallets of food in bags whose packaging is slightly flawed (color or type not perfectly printed) deemed unsuitable for retail sale to shelters in need instead of being thrown away with perfectly good food inside. Cost effective and it’s the right thing to do. A small contribution goes a long way.