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    Where can i donate unwanted dog food near me


    where can i donate unwanted dog food near me

    Give your used items a second life by donating your unwanted clothes, furniture, electronics We accomplish this through the provision of food, clothing. Our ability to provide food to the pets of people in need is due directly to the kindness of our donors and friends. Donations of wet and dry. From finding loving homes to fighting hunger and supporting wellness, your donation changes the story for millions of pets and their families.

    Where can i donate unwanted dog food near me -

    We get many calls asking where things like cars, computers and furniture can be donated. Below is a list of who takes what in the Washington, DC area. Here is a list for the San Francisco Bay Area.  Here is a list for Southern California.

    We tell you what each charity accepts, where and whether they will pick up. These charities are listed alphabetically by name in this list.

    There is also a list organized by types of items they accept.

    Many of these charities have a page in this website where you can learn more about their work. To go to this page, simply click on the charity’s name. Here is a list of all charities that serve the DC area in this website. 

    For additions or changes, email us: [email protected].

    Thank you for taking the time to donate.

    4 Paws Rescue Team

    (703) 715-6369

    Accepts: Hand towels and sheets, cat litter and/or cat food, cat carriers, cat beds, small cardboard boxes (used as litter boxes at adoption fairs), cat toys, stamps, calling cards, gift cards.

    Donated items can be taken to any adoption fair.  Dates and locations are available at www.fourpaws.org or call 703-715-MEOW to make other arrangements.

    A Woman's Choice

    6201 Leesburg Pike, Suite 220, Falls Church, VA 22044
    (703) 538-4305 

    Accepts: New and/or slightly used baby clothing from newborn to size 5 Toddler, maternity Clothes, baby accessories, cribs (with all parts and instructions), car seats (with all straps) and strollers

    Items can be dropped off at the Center Monday through Friday from 10 am until 2 pm or by special appointment. Donate your vehicle at 1-888-638-1171

    Email: [email protected]

    Second Story - The Abused and Homeless Children's Refuge
    PO Box 694, Dunn Loring, VA 22027

    Deliveries: 2100 Gallows Road, Vienna, VA 22182.
    (703) 506-9191

    Accepts: Toiletries, cleaning supplies, hotel samples, storage containers and storage bins, and office supplies, (copy paper, ink cartridges, etc.). We do not accept TVs, furniture or any stuffed toys.

     We accept Monday-Friday, 8am - 9pm, and Saturday/Sundays, 9am - 9pm.

    Animal Welfare League of Arlington
    2650 S. Arlington Mill Dr., Arlington, VA 22206
    (703) 931-9241

    HOUSEHOLD GOODS:  Towels, wash cloths, hand towels, pillow cases, Shoeboxes, Plain non-electric blankets (new or in very good shape)

    PET SUPPLIES:

    • Animal beds (only those small enough to be washed)
    • Stainless steel or ceramic bowls
    • Unopened cat or dog food and treats ,
    • Hard rubber and nylon toys (not chewed)
    • Dog leashes in good shape
    • Dog and Cat collars in good shape
    • Crates in good repair (no rust and all parts in good working order)
    • New Cat litter boxes and Clay, Care Fresh or Non-clumping litter
    • Plastic or rubber cat toys (nothing fuzzy or furry),
    • Wooden chew items and accessories for rabbits and small rodents (new only)
    • Bird toys and accessories
    • Cages for birds/ferrets and aquariums in good shape
    • Hay

    OFFICE SUPPLIES

    Clorox Cleaning Wipes, Reams of Colored and White Paper, Pens (blue or black), Video Cameras for animal control trucks, Postage Stamps, Avery Labels, especially #5266 and #5260

    We often need large quantities of food and other supplies, including new items for prizes for special events such as the Annual Walk for the Animals and Casino Night and Silent Auction.

    To make a donation, contact the Development Manager at 703-931-9441 ext.220 or [email protected]

    Bikes for the World
    (703) 740-7856

    Accepts: Bicycles, bicycle spare parts & accessories, hand tools (wrenches, screwdrivers, and hammers of all types), portable sewing machines.

    Visit website for local collection schedule www.bikesfortheworld.org or call 703-740-7856 to make arrangements. Bikes for the World picks up bikes at bike shops such as Bob’s Bikes in Poolesville, MD.

    Black Student Fund
    3636 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC
    202-387-1414

    Accepts: School supplies, toys, office supplies, clothes, etc.

    Capital Area Food Bank

    645 Taylor St. NE, Washington, DC   20017: (202) 526-5344                                                         

    6833 Hill Park Drive, Lorton, VA   22079: (703) 541-3063

    Accepts: Non-perishables only
    Call or email to arrange your donation today!

    Mike Gillespie (202) 644-9865 ext. 865
    [email protected]

    Capital Hospice Thrift Shop
    Willston I Shopping Center, 6172 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church, VA
    (703) 532-5355
    Turn your goods into gold for patient care.

    We accept gently-used clothing (boutique and other), household items (glass, ceramics, small appliances) and some furniture (not upholstered), Wednesdays through Sundays.

    Open 10 am - 5 pm Mondays through Saturday, 11- 4 Sunday

    Christ House

    1717 Columbia Road, NW, Washington, DC
    (202) 328-1100

    Accepts: Clothing, toiletries, some computer equipment, musical instruments and art supplies for the Kairos Program.

    DC Coalition for the Homeless

    202-347-8870

    Accepts: Clothing items, household items in good conditions such as sofas, beds, and dressers. We pick up and accept drop offs at our various programs sites that are listed on our website.

    DC Habitat for Humanity Wish List
    (202) 882-4600

    Accepts: Tools, Van, Pickup truck, Warehouse space, Printing Services, Lunch donations for volunteers, Office supplies, new cordless drills, new power tools

    Drop-Off Location

    843 Upshur St. NW (Near the Georgia Ave. Metro).

    Days End Farm Horse Rescue
    15856 Frederick Rd., Lisbon, MD 21765
    (301) 854-5037     (410) 442-1564

    Accepts: Working cars, good grass hay, office supplies.

    Call to arrange drop-off or visit our Wish List for much needed items..

    Food & Friends
    219 Riggs Road NE, Washington, DC 20011
    (202) 269-2277

    Accepts:Large Items: copiers, color printers, desktop computers, LCD projector, cars

    Small Items: PUR Water filters and portable microwaves for our clients, copy paper (colored and white),

    Avery labels 5160 or 6163, AAA and AA batteries, Food items such as canned food, cereal, shelf stable milk, peanut butter, cooking oils.
    For questions on making a donation please call (202) 269-6880

    Plan a Food Drive - Change a Life.

    Goodwill of Greater Washington
    (202) 636-4233

    ACCEPTS: Clothing, furniture, small appliances, house wares, computers (Pentium I and newer), electronics and toys. Visit www.dcgoodwill.org for a more complete list of accepted items and drop off locations/time.
    Cars (202) 715-2636. Vehicles must be in running and drivable condition. Visit www.GWCars.org for more information. 

    NO: Mattresses or box-springs, sofa beds, large appliances, hazardous material, construction material, CPSC-recalled items, or items that are soiled, broken or missing pieces.

    Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia

    (703) 521-9890

    Accepts:

    Cars, Lunch Donations for Volunteers, Power tools, Printing Services

    Drop-off Location: 4451 First Place South, 04 Arlington, VA 222

    Habitat for Humanity ReStore

    Accepts:
    Home improvement items including: Appliances, Furniture, Antiques, Doors, Windows, Tile and Lighting Fixtures.

    Drop off locations:

    Metro Maryland

    1029 E Gude Dr., Rockville, MD 20850

    (301) 947-3304

    8380 Colesville Rd., Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301) 990-0014

    Northern VA

    869 South Pickett Street, Alexandria, VA 22304

    (703) 360-6700

    4311 Walney Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 (703) 953-3747

    The Hebrew Home of Greater Washington
    (301) 770-8329

    Accepts: Cars, trucks and other vehicles. Call to schedule pick-up.

    His Hidden Treasures

    9264 Mike Garcia Dr., Manassas, Virginia 20109

    (703) 966-9301

    E-mail: [email protected]

    We will pick up from your location. We service all of Northern Virginia including the following cities and counties: Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun, and Fauquier.

    Accepts: We come into your home and receive your donations of wood furniture, antiques and vintage pieces, household kitchen items, lamps and decor. Upholstered items need to be in LIKE NEW condition. No mattresses.

    At His Hidden Treasures, our goal is to assist those in the midst of recovery and restoration. We are meeting needs and transforming lives in our local communities by ministering to those transitioning from homeless shelters through donations and resale of furniture and household items.

    Please send photo and information about your donation using this form: http://www.hishiddentreasures.org/services.html

    Homestretch

    370 S. Washington St., Suite 400, Falls Church, VA 22046
    (703) 237-2035

    Accepts: cars, computers, household items, and furniture.

    We will pick up from your location. We collect donations from houses, apartments, and businesses in
    Northern Virginia, Monday to Friday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm., call or e-mail to arrange a pick up: [email protected].

    Items can also be brought to the Homestretch office in Falls Church.

    Interfaith Works

    www.iworksmc.org

    Accepts:
    Glassware, Clothing, Household Items, Toiletries, Books, CDs, Electronics, and Toys.

    Please note that items can be dropped off at Interfaith Works Clothing Center on Monday and Friday between 9:00am - 7:00pm. Tuesday through Thursday items may be dropped of between 9:00am - 5:00pm.

    Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington (JCA)
    11820 Parklawn Dr., Rockville, MD 20852

    301-255-4200 (DC, MD) 703-425-0999 (VA)

    Accepts: Cars, trucks and vans as well as computers and computer equipment.

    For more information about vehicle donation, call the JCA development office at 301.255.4231 or 703.652.1511

    To donate a computer or computer equipment, please contact JCA at (240) 395-0916 or [email protected] for information about the equipment we need. Thank you!

    Jewish Foundation for Group Homes

    (301) 984-3839
    Accepts: Cars, trucks and vans

    To learn more please contact Lew Fontek, Chief Development Officer, at 240.283.6000.

    Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA)
    301-838-4200   703-204-9100
    [email protected]www.jssa.org

    Accepts:Donate your USED CAR by calling JSSA's Car Donation Hotline at 301.585.CARS (2277) to arrange free pickup. Provide the signed title and car keys to driver upon pickup and receive a tax-deduction letter in the mail once the car is sold.

    Jubilee Jobs

    Accepts:
    Donate used and new interview clothing. For men, we accept dress shirts, ties, slacks, business suits and casual dress shoes. For women, we accept blouses, dark-colored skirts, professional dresses, and casual dress shoes.
    Donated items may be dropped off at our Washington, DC, office. To schedule a donation drop off, please contact Kenneth Guerrero, Development Associate, (202) 667-8970 or [email protected]

    Legal Services of Northern Virginia

    (703) 778-6800

    Accepts: Office supplies and computer equipment. 

    Miriam's Kitchen

    2401 Virginia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20037
    (202) 452-8926 ext.4

    Accepts: Food: Ground coffee, old fashioned oatmeal and old fashioned grits

    N St. Village

    1333 N St. NW, Washington, DC 20005
    202-939-2075

    Hours: Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm

    Accepts: Gently used, or new household items and clothing that is clean, free of tears or stains, and appropriate for the current season. Donations listed at: https://www.amazon.com/wishlist/YC7LMZGV4BMC/ref=sr_1_1_acs_wl_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362682939&sr=8-1-acs

    Call the Community Outreach Coordinator at 202-939-2075 to talk about current needs and set up an appointment to drop of donations.

    The National Center for Children and Families
    6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD 20817 (Behind Building 3)
    (301) 365-4480 ext. 109
    Accepts: Gently used and new clothing (all ages), baby items, new toiletries, school supplies and furniture.

    Your gently used or new items have the ability to turn a house into a home, provide a homeless family with hope and bring a smile to the face of a neglected high school youth. At NCCF, you can be confident that you clothing, furniture and household goods are making a difference.

    Our donation store, Dr. C’s Boutique, allows clients from all of our 24 programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area to enjoy a shopping experience without spending any money.

    We will pick up from your location. We pick up new and gently used furniture from residences in Montgomery County, MD.

    contact Jermaine Lemons, In-Kind Donations Specialist, on his office phone (301) 365-4480 ext. 109, cell phone (240) 743-7252 or email [email protected].

    Neighbors' Consejo
    3118 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20010
    (202) 234-6855 x 27

    Accepts: Household furniture appliances, household items, toiletries, glassware and landscaping services.

    Operation Paws for Homes, Inc.
    P.O. Box 90813, Alexandria, VA 22309
    Fax: (804) 302-7975

    Accepts: Crates, dog beds, collars, leashes, unopened dog food, puppy pads, sheets, blankets, toys for dogs.

    Contact Shannon Shackleford, [email protected]  for more information.

    Rebuilding Together Montgomery County  

    3925 Plyers Mill Rd., Ste. 202, Kensington, MD 20895
    (301) 933-2700

    Accepts:  Pick-up trucks, new hand tools, new power tools, printing services, graphic design services, warehouse space in Montgomery County

    Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League
    (202) 544-1306

    Accepts: Cars. Go to web site for instructions: www.smyal.org

    Sights & Sounds Black Cultural Expo Museum

    Accepts: Art, Antiques, Books, Computers, Office Supplies, Building Materials, Electronics and a van.
    Acceptance policies: call 404-966-2137 any time between 9am -5pm, Monday – Friday. Willing to work out delivery arrangements.

    Smithsonian's National Zoo

    3001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008
    (202) 633-3042

    The National Zoo is no longer able to accept donations for its animals.  Instead it asks that people wanting to support the Zoo's animals make a donation to the Zoo Toy Box or purchase an item from its Animal Enrichment Wish List.

    Suited for Change
    1010 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 450
    Washington, DC 20005

    (202) 293-0351

    Accepts: Professional women's clothing including suits, dresses, blouses, jackets, sweaters, trousers, coats
    Women's Accessories including handbags, shoes suitable for the office, boots, scarves, belts and new tights and pantyhose.
    Welcomes clothing in plus sizes. Clothing should be in good condition and on hangers. 

    Clothing can be dropped off at Suited for Change's office one Saturday each month when there is curbside collection and on Thursdays at Suited for Change offices.
    Visit https://www.suitedforchange.org/saturday-curbside-drop-off for full details

    Wheels for Wishes

    www.wheelsforwishes.org

    Accepts:  Vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, RVs, and boats, regardless of condition.

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    Donation Town

    www.donationtown.org

    Use the step by step guide to find a charity in your zip code that will pick up your items.

    Excess Access

    www.ExcessAccess.com

    This national organization matches items that you have to donate with nonprofits' wish lists. A donor must register on their website and pay a fee.

    Accepts most items. All info on website.

    Montgomery County Volunteer Center

    The Center puts out a weekly list of products that local donors want to give away. To put a product on this list, go to: http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/volunteercenter/volunteers/Donations.html

    On this page you will also find a list of Montgomery County organizations that accept donations of clothes.

    Источник: https://www.charitychoices.com/WhereDC

    Wish List

    If you would like to help our wonderful cats and dogs, these are items that we always need. By donating supplies you support the plight of homeless pets and benefit the mission and programs of the HSNY.

    In-kind (or, non-cash) donations are generally duductible as a charitable contribution. If you would like to donate something that is not on our list, need a receipt, or have a question, please call us at 212-752-4842.

    Our Amazon Wish List

    For easy online shopping, check out our Amazon Wish List.

    Please consider making the Humane Society of New York your AmazonSmile charity of choice. Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to us with no fees or extra costs. Simply browse, order, and enjoy giving to help animals in need. To get started, go to smile.amazon.com, sign in, and search "Humane Society of New York".

    Wish List Items

    Bedding

    We accept new and used bedding that is washed and cleaned. To protect the health and wellness of our animals, we are unable to accept pillows that are not new.

    • Newspaper
    • Towels
    • Sheets
    • Pillowcases
    • Small Blankets
    • Pet beds
    • New Pillows with original packaging

    Pet Food

    Dogs

    • High quality food for dogs and puppies
      • Unopened canned and dry food
      • We are unable to accept frozen pet food
    • Biscuits and Treats

    Cats

    • High quality food for cats and kittens
      • Unopened canned and dry food
      • We are unable to accept frozen pet food
    • Treats

    Pet Supplies

    Dogs

    • Pet Carriers
    • Kong toys
    • Nylabones
      • Various sizes and Chew Strength
    • Sterile Natural Bones
    • Nylon or Cotton Dog leashes
    • Nylong or Cotton Dog harnesses

    Cats

    • Pet Carriers
    • Catnip
    • Litter
    • Toys
    • Corrugated Cardboard Scratching Pads
    • Stretch and Scratch Scratching Pads®
      • Stretch and Scratch® will mail donated items directly to our shelter if the option is selected during checkout

    Cleaning Supplies

    • Paper Towels
    • Laundry Detergent
    • Sponges
    • Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser
    • Dishwashing Liquid
    • Liquid Hand Soap
    • Large Contractor Garbage Bags
    • Large Contractor Clear Recycling Bags
    • New Mops and Brooms
    • Facial Tissues
    • Alcohol Wipes

    Office Supplies

    • Avery Labels
      • 5126, 5160, 5161, 5163, 5164, 5165
    • Batteries
    • Paper
      • Letter 8½ x 11
      • Legal 8½ x 14
    • Ballpoint Pens
    • Post-It® Notes
    • Sharpie® Pens
    • Highlighters
    • Glue Sticks
    • Correction Tape
    • Bottled Water
    • PUR Water Filters
    • Thermal Laminating Pouches
    • Clear Packing Tape
    • Office Desk Tape

    Clinic Supplies

    • Surgical Masks
    • Disposable Lab Coats
    • Latex or Nitrile Exam Gloves
      • Sizes Small, Medium, and Large
    • Protective Face Shields
    • Distilled Water
    Источник: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/donations/wish-list.php

    Surrendering Your Pet

    Once in a while, due to circumstances beyond their control, a pet owner may become unable to care for their pet. Perhaps they became gravely ill or injured. Perhaps their child developed asthma. Perhaps the owner was having serious, long-term financial problems. It is for situations like these that animal shelters exist — to help care for pets and find them new loving homes if their owner becomes truly unable to care for them.

    You might still be able to keep your pet!

    Fortunately, many people who think they must give up their pet do not have to!

    If you love your pet and want to keep him or her, we will do what we can to assist you. If you are giving up your pet for one of the following reasons, STOP! Let us help you keep your pet!

    We’re Moving

    It is absolutely possible to move across town or to another state while keeping your pet as part of your family.

    Click here for tips on moving with your pet. Click here for assistance in finding pet-friendly housing.

    Unexpected Travel

    If the reason why you are giving up your pet is because you have a family emergency or you must go out of town suddenly, ask a friend or family member if they can care for your pet until you are able to return. Also, there are lots of reasonably-priced boarding kennels that can be found on the Internet or in the phone book.

    Destructive Behavior

    “He is not housetrained.”
    “He is destructive.”
    “He scratches the furniture.”
    “He is too hyper.”
    “We’re having a baby.”

    The Humane Society of Greater Miami works closely with professional trainers specializing in behavior modification. These trainers hold workshops to help dog owners solve many of the basic obedience issues mentioned above. For more information visit Canine Counselors or call 305-264-0027.

    I’m Allergic To My Pet

    Contact your physician to learn about some of the many effective pet allergy medications on the market. Click here for tips on pets and allergies.

     

    Finding a responsible home for your pet.

    If you ultimately decide that you cannot keep your pet, you have several options.

    First, do your very best to find him a home yourself. Just as it was your responsibility to feed, train, and care for your pet, it is also your responsibility to find a home for your pet if you can no longer keep him. A “good” home means a home where the animal will live for the rest of his or her life, where he or she will receive attention, veterinary care, proper nutrition, and be treated as part of the family. Finding a good home for a pet may take some time, but it is possible. Here are some tips:

    • Ask your friends, neighbors, co-workers, family members, anyone you know that loves animals, if they would be able to care for your pet.
    • Make a “resume” for your pet that tells your pet’s age, size, breed, personality traits, if he or she has lived with other animals or kids, etc. Be sure to include a photograph! Post your pet’s resume where allowed around your neighborhood, in pet supply stores, grocery stores, laundromats, social media, etc.
    • Don’t advertise your pet as “free to a good home.” Individuals known as “bunchers” routinely answer “free-to-good-home” ads, posing as people who want family pets when, in actuality, they may sell pets to research laboratories and puppy mills. Dogfighters have also been known to obtain domestic animals for baiting through “free to good home” ads. These people are “professionals” who may even bring children or their mothers with them when picking up pets. Asking for a small adoption fee will help discourage people with bad intentions. Always be mindful of your own safety when you go to interview potential adopters or if you allow a prospective adopter to enter your home.
    • Ask for a valid form of identification (preferably a driver’s license). Record the number for your records and require the new owner to sign a contract stating the requirements of adoption upon which both parties agree.
    • Have your pet neutered or spayed before he or she goes to the new home. This will make the animal more adoptable and help stop irresponsible breeding. Click here for information about our clinic services. 
    • If your pet is a purebred, there may be a breed-specific rescue organization in your area that will accept him and work to find him a new home. Breed-specific rescue groups are usually run by people with in-depth knowledge of a specific breed and they keep adoptable animals until they can be placed in loving, permanent homes. To locate a rescue group that specializes in your pet’s breed, search the Internet or check the classifieds section of the newspaper. Do not be afraid to ask questions.

     

    If You Can’t Find a Good Home for Your Pet and Need to Take Him or Her to a Shelter

    The Humane Society of Greater Miami has limited space available to accept new pets for adoption. Therefore, it is extremely important that you do your best to find your pet a home yourself. If you have tried all of the above suggestions and you are still unable to find your pet a home, you may bring your pet to our Soffer and Fine Adoption Center in North Miami Beach to see if we are able to accept him for adoption.

    Important Information on Animal Intake:

    Dog and cat surrenders are accepted on a space-available basis.

    • Walk-in ONLY everyday from 9:00am – 4:00pm
      • We recommend calling the shelter at 305-696-0800 prior to bringing in your pet to ensure intake is open – it changes on a day to day basis and may close without notice.
    • Wait times may vary
    • The pet MUST pass a health and temperament test before being admitted to our shelter, which takes approximately 30 minutes per animal.
    • A $25 donation is requested, but not required, upon surrender to help with the costs of caring for the pet

    You may also consider the below locations for surrendering your pet:

    Miami-Dade Animal Services
    3599 NW 79th Ave
    Doral, FL 33122
    305-884-1101

    Humane Society of Broward County
    2070 Griffin Road
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-989-3977

    Broward County Animal Care and Regulations
    1870 SW 39 Street
    Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315
    954-359-1313

    Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
    3100-3200 N Military Trail
    West Palm Beach, FL 33409
    561-472-8814

    Palm Beach Animal Care and Control
    7100 Belvedere Road
    Palm Beach, FL 333411
    561-233-1200

    Finding a quality home for your pet can be a difficult and time-consuming process. The more time and effort you devote to finding a good home for your pet, the better your chances for finding one. Good luck!

    Источник: https://www.humanesocietymiami.org/surrendering-your-pet/

                                      Located in Farmington, MN

       

                                               Welcome to Last Hope

    Founded in 1984, Last Hope, Inc. is a foster home based 501(c)3 No-Kill non profit companion animal rescue.

    Last Hope has found forever homes for over 45000 cats and dogs since inception. 

    Thank you for visiting our informative website. 

    We look forward to seeing you at one of our local Adoption Events  

                                                                                       (Donations are tax deductible)

    Please visit Last Hope's Facebook page "Events Section" to see

     Special Events and Happenings taking place at Last Hope !

    RESCUE - The Mistreated     SAVE - The Injured     ADOPT- The Abandoned

    LAST HOPE MISSION STATEMENT

    *  Rescuing abandoned, unwanted and helpless animals. Last Hope is a 501(c)3 No-Kill nonprofit and does not believe in the destruction of healthy pets.

    *  Promoting the end of overpopulation through education and the neutering, spaying of all rescued animals available for adoption.

    *   Providing immediate veterinary care for all rescued animals from intake to emergency and life saving surgery to ensure a high quality of life.

    *  Finding forever, loving homes for our animals through adoption.

    *  Educating the public in the responsible care of companion cats and dogs.

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                                                                                                     Most Recent Success Story

                   

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    Meet Last Hope's newest foster, Oatmeal! She was brought into Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota on Friday by a Good Samaritan who found her in a pile of trash inside a recycling bin at the recycling plant. She had an old, infected leg wound that required amputation. To top it off, she is mostly or completely blind! One call to Last Hope and Oatmeal was able to have her surgery and begin her road to recovery.

    Despite all of this, she is the sweetest thing and is currently laying in my lap purring. 😻She has a long road ahead- first healing from surgery, then will need to see a specialist to determine why she cannot see. But for tonight, she is home- eating, purring, and happy. 💗

    We are looking for donations to help towards her medical care, please help if you are able by going to the Donate Now button at the top of the page and make a contribution earmarked towards Oatmeal's ongoing medical care.

    Stay tuned, there’s MUCH more to come with this little one...

    Samantha Haliburton -Foster Mom
    Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota Certified Veterinary Technician ER/ICU and Technician Team Lead 


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    Well, it's that time of the year again. When Fall  arrives so does "Kitten Season." Within the last couple weeks Last Hope has many new litters of kittens, with more on the way! Last Hope normally reaches in excess of 250 cats and kittens in its system at it's peak and will care for them as "bottle babies" for up to for 4 months before they are available for adoption. Our Foster homes will be in dire need of supplies. Please consider designating Last Hope as one of your favorite charities on your Amazon Smile account, and visit Last Hope's Amazon Wish List to see the items Last Hope will need to care for the fuzzy felines that have been rescued by Last Hope. You can also donate directly to Last Hope by clicking the Donate button below. Last Hope appreciates all the support received from our loyal family of supporters .

      

                                                                             

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                                        Last Hope Foster Homes Needed!

    Last Hope foster homes are the key to our success in saving cats and dogs. Each new foster home saves an animal that might have been mistreated or abandoned and placed at risk of being euthanized.  To date, Last Hope has rescued over 45,000 animals !

    Last Hope will provide you with the necessary training and supplies and covers veterinary costs. You simply pick the surrendered animal(s) up at one of our local vets, take them home, love and care for them, and attend our weekly adoption events where the animal will find a new forever home.

    You will gain the knowledge of the fostered animals behavior, personality, and training needs, allowing you to be the animals advocate in meeting with potential adopters.

    If you enjoy meeting new people and making new friends, this can be a rewarding way for you to make a difference in the life of a helpless and homeless cat or dog.

    The Last Hope Cat & Kitten Division and Dog & Puppy Division are in need of new foster homes. 

    Contact Last Hope at 651-463-8747 or email [email protected]

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    Источник: https://last-hope.org/

    Where Can I Donate Unwanted Cat Food Near Me?

    Do animal shelters accept food donations?

    Can you donate open bags of cat food?

    Does PetSmart take cat food donations?

    Related Questions

    Can you leave wet cat food out?

    Leading pet food manufacturer Purina suggests removing uneaten wet food after one hour, while Hill’s says it’s safe to leave the food out for up to four hours at room temperature. Anywhere in between in a cool room is probably safe. Many cat owners leave wet food out for the day with no harm to their cats.

    Can I donate cat food to PetSmart?

    “The Buy a Bag, Give a Meal program is simple. Shoppers can buy any bag of dog or cat food, any size, any brand, and we’ll donate a meal to a pet in need,” said Eran Cohen, chief customer experience officer at PetSmart.

    Can you surrender a cat to Petco?

    What companies donate to animal shelters?

    Can you donate open cat food?

    What can I do with leftover dry cat food?

    What happens if you leave wet cat food out?

    Even if your cat prefers to eat their food in a few sittings, don’t be tempted to leave wet food out all day, as this increases the risk of disease-causing bacteria developing. After a maximum of four hours, throw out the old food and wash the bowl properly with soap and water before refilling with fresh food.

    What’s the best animal charity to donate to?

    – 1) Defenders of Wildlife.
    – 2) International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
    – 3) Jane Goodall Foundation.
    – 4) David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
    – 5) World Wildlife Fund.
    – 6) Gorilla Doctors.
    – 7) Save the Elephants.
    – 8) International Rhino Foundation.

    What companies donate to animal rescues?

    How do you store leftover cat food?

    Your pet’s bowl should be emptied of moist or canned food not eaten by your cat or dog within 4 hours if the ambient temperature is above 50°F. Opened cans should be stored in the fridge, at temperatures between 40-45°F, for a maximum of 5-7 days. Any cat or dog food remaining after that time should be thrown out.

    What do you do with unused cat food?

    Can I surrender my cat to Petco?

    What can I donate to my local animal shelter?

    – Toys. All animals love toys, so donate any old or new pet toys to keep those homeless dogs and cats entertained and happy.
    – Pet Food and Treats.
    – Cleaning Supplies.
    – Towels and Blankets.
    – Newspapers.
    – Grooming Supplies.
    – Collars and Leashes.
    – Furniture.

    What do you do with opened cat food?

    Your pet’s bowl should be emptied of moist or canned food not eaten by your cat or dog within 4 hours if the ambient temperature is above 50°F. Opened cans should be stored in the fridge, at temperatures between 40-45°F, for a maximum of 5-7 days. Any cat or dog food remaining after that time should be thrown out.

    What do you do with open unused dog food?

    Does Petco accept cat food donations?

    Each PETCO store will partner with an existing food bank that has a pet food component, or with an animal welfare group that has set up its own pet food bank, to donate the food directly to economically stressed pet parents in that store’s local community.

    Does PetSmart accept food donations?

    PetSmart Charities will distribute the meal donations to pet shelters, food banks, animal welfare organizations or other similar organizations based on the needs of these recipients.

    Источник: https://neeness.com/where-can-i-donate-unwanted-cat-food-near-me/

    Keeping families together when economic and/or transportation issues provide challenges is important to the MSPCA. Currently, the COVID-19 virus may prevent people from being able to purchase pet food.

    We have compiled this list of Massachusetts food pantries to help both families who need food and those who would like to donate pet food (dogs and cats), and will continue to update this list as we receive new information.

    The pantries most likely to have pet food are listed below, but it is a good idea to reach out ahead of time. Contact your local food pantry to ask about pet food if you don’t find a convenient one below.

    If you are unable to access food from the list of pantries below, please contact [email protected] In your email, please include the town you live in. We may be able to provide additional resources.

    Please note that listings were accurate when posted, but changes may occur. If you know of any additional resources or notice any errors, please let us know at [email protected]

    Please note that most food pantries do not have pet food except when it is donated to them; you can contact your local food pantry to offer donations.

    Greater Boston Area

    MSPCA-Angell
    350 South Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02130
    617-524-5690 or email [email protected]
    Donations welcome – leave pet food in the bins outside of the shelter doors or purchase items from our wishlist.

    Greater Boston Food Bank
    70 South Bay Avenue, Boston, MA 02118
    617-427-5200
    (to make donations only)

    Tree of Life
    295 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
    *By appointment only during pandemic.*
    Contact Carol: 617-501-3918

    Gifford Cat Shelter Cat Food Pantry
    30 Undine Rd, Boston, MA 02135
    By appointment only (make an appointment here)
    (617) 787-8872

    To donate: drop off cat food donations in the labelled bin outside of the main office at the address above.

    Northeast

    The MSPCA at Nevins Farm in Methuen supplies pet food to many food banks in the Essex County area. Please email [email protected] or call 617-500-1610 to learn about other food banks that may have pet food in this area.

    First Parish Church of Newbury
    20 High Road – Rt. 1A
    Newbury, MA 01951
    978-465-5597
    [email protected]

    Lowell Humane Society Pet Food Pantry for dogs and cats
    951 Broadway Street Lowell, MA 01854
    978-452-7781
    [email protected]
    Open to all who need it by appointment only.

    Open Pantry of Greater Lowell
    13 Hurd St, Lowell, MA 01852
    978-453-6693

    Catholic Charities
    70 Lawrence St, Lowell, MA 01852
    978-452-1421

    Northeast Animal Shelter
    347 Highland Ave. Salem, MA 01970
    Open by appointment only. Please reach out to Jamie to schedule an appointment: [email protected] or 978-745-9888, ext. 362.

    To donate: Drop off pet food in the large yellow donation bin outside the shelter entry doors, or by purchasing via their Amazon Wishlist.

    Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society Cat Food Pantry
    63 Elm Street (Rt. 110), Salisbury, MA 01952
    Serving Salisbury, Amesbury, and Newburyport areas, by appointment only
    Phone: 978-462-0760
    Email: [email protected]
    Cat food donations can be left on front porch.

    Bread & Roses
    58 Newbury St, Lawrence, MA 01840
    978-681-8768 *Call for hours of operation during this time.

    All Saints Food Pantry
    120 Bellevue Avenue, Haverhill, MA 01832
    978-372-7721

    Merrimack Valley Food Bank
    735 Broadway Street, Lowell, MA 01854
    978-454-7272
    Accept pet food donations. Please call ahead.

    Neighbors in Need
    Serves Lawrence, Methuen and Andover
    Donations of canned and dry pet food are welcomed at the Andover Warehouse (Building 18, Door #8 Dundee Park Andover, MA 01810)
    978-470-2405

    Food pantry locations:

    Tuesday Food Pantries

     – 8:30-9:30 am So. Congregational/Iglesia Adventista Del Septimo Dia Jerusalen 198 South Broadway, Lawrence
     – 10-11 am Christ United Methodist Church 207 Haverhill Street, Lawrence

    Wednesday Food Pantries
     – 8:30-9:30 am Ministerio Apostolico Jesucristo es el Senor 96 East Haverhill Street, Lawrence
     – 10-11 am Methuen Arlington Neighborhood, Inc 141 Tenney Street, Methuen

    Thursday Food Pantries
     – 8:30-9:30 am Iglesia Adventista Del Septimo Dia 297 S. Union St. Lawrence
     – 10-11 am Boys and Girls Club, 136 Water Street, Lawrence
     – 4:00 – 5:00 pm Andover South Church 41 Central Street, Andover

    Friday Food Pantries
     – 8:30-9:30 am Third Baptist Church 22 Warren Street, Lawrence

    **If you are not able to attend the pantry because you are ill or at increased risk please call 978-685-8321, or email [email protected]** 

    Middlesex County/Metro West

    MetroWest Humane Society – donations can be made to shelter location
    30 Pond Street, Ashland, MA 01721
    508-875-3776
    [email protected]

    MHS Community Outreach Program distributes to:

    • Ashland Food Pantry, 162 West Union St, Ashland, MA, 508-881-0140
    • St. Bridget’s Rectory, 15 Wheeler Street, Framingham, MA 508-875-5959
    • Holliston Food Pantry, 23 Water Street, Holliston, MA 508-429-5392
    • Project Just Because, 86 South Street, Hopkinton, MA 508-435-6511

    *Each food pantry listed above has eligibility requirements. Please contact them directly to determine if you qualify for assistance, as well as for a list of hours of operations.*

    Stow Food Pantry
    509 Great Road, Stow, MA 01775
    [email protected]

    Donations can be made via PayPal at http://stowfoodpantry.com/help-us/ OR by check to: Stow Food Pantry, Post Office Box 437, Stow, MA 01775.

    Cape Cod and the Islands

    MSPCA Cape Cod Adoption Center
    1577 Falmouth Road, Centerville, MA 02632
    If you need pet food assistance, please contact us for assistance 508-775-0940

    A Helping Paw
    PO Box 387, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
    508-291-7297
    For pet food, submit form on this page. Option for pet food delivery to your location. 

    Lower Cape Outreach Council
    Office: 19 Brewster Cross Road, Orleans, MA 02653
    508-240-0694
    [email protected]
    Visit this website to see pantry hours and locations: https://lcoutreach.org/pantry-hours/
    To donate: https://lcoutreach.org/donations/

    Sandwich Food Pantry
    331 Cotuit Road
    Sandwich, MA 02563
    508-888-3816
    [email protected]
    To donate: http://sandwichfoodpantry.org/donate.html

    Bristol County

    Hebron Food Pantry
    11 Sanford Street, Attleboro, MA 02703
    508-223-4257
    [email protected]

    Annell Delorme Hagerman Food Pantry at Church of Our Savior
    2112 County Street, Somerset, MA 02726
    508-678-9663

    Cupboard of Kindness Food Pantry
    70 East Main St., Norton, MA 02766
    508-285-3398
    [email protected]

    Norfolk County/South Shore

    List of Norfolk County Food Pantries – Norfolk County Registry of Deeds
    *Please call the food pantry ahead of time to check if they have pet food in stock*

    South Shore Pet Food Pantry
    [email protected]

    SSPFP serves:

    Fourth Presbyterian Church:
    340 Dorchester St. Boston, MA 02127

    Hands and Hearts for the Homeless:
    Church of St. Peter, 86 Court St. Plymouth, MA 02360

    Hanson Food Pantry:
    228 High St. Hanson, MA 02341

    Interfaith Social Services:
    105 Adams St. Quincy, MA 02169

    Weymouth Food Pantry Pop Up Pantry:
    Old South Union Church, 25 Columbian St. Weymouth, MA 02189, Location changes daily. Go to their website for more information
    Donation information:

    • Donations of 20 bags or fewer are accepted between 10:00 and 11:00 am on:
    • Tuesday at The First Church in Weymouth at 17 Church Street
    • Thursday at Crossroads Worship Center at 241 Broad Street, or
    • Saturday at Old South Union Church at 25 Columbian Street.
    • Larger donations are welcome at the Pantry’s Food Warehouse between 9am and 1pm, Tuesday through Friday. Address: 40 Reservoir Park Drive, Unit B, Rockland.
    • Make a monetary donation

    Wellspring Multi-Service Food Pantry
    814 Nantasket Avenue, Hull, MA 02045
    781-925-3211
    *Serves the residents of Hull. Please call Pat at 781-925-3211 ext. 112 to check if they have pet food in stock.

    Metrowest Pet Pantry
    376 Village Street, Millis, MA
    617-719-9593

    Bay State Animal Cooperative
    For Norwood and neighboring towns. Pet food swaps at 45 Windsor Road in Norwood.

    Worcester County

    Pantries that are supported by Second Chance Animal Shelter
    508-867-5525
    Donations and monetary donations can be made at:

    • SCAS Adoption Center at 111 Young Road, East Brookfield, MA 01515
    • North Brookfield Community Veterinary Hospital at 372 N. Main St., N. Brookfield, MA 01535
    • Springfield Community Veterinary Hospital at 67 Mulberry Street, Springfield, MA 01105.
    • Worcester Community Veterinary Hospital at 831 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01610

    Lunenburg Turkey Hill Family Lions Club
    Food bank located at Lunenburg Public Safety Building
    655 Massachusetts Ave, Lunenburg, MA 01462

    Ginny’s Helping Hand, Inc.
    52 Mechanic St, Leominster, MA 01453
    (978) 537-1387
    Ginny’s Leominster Food Pantry Resources

    Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden Counties

    Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society
    171 Union Street, Springfield, MA 01105
    413-781-4000
    and
    163 Montague Road, Leverett, MA 01054
    413-548-9898

    Berkshire County

    Visit Berkshire Humane Society’s website for complete list of Berkshire county options

     

    Источник: https://www.mspca.org/animal_protection/massachusetts-food-pantries/

    Donate Food

    Help feed animals in our care

    Rehoming centres

    You can donate food for the rescue dogs, cats and other animals in our care at any of our rehoming centres.

    Whether it's tins, dried food or treats, all donations are very gratefully received!

    Food collection boxes

    We also tradeking commission fee special food collection boxes which can be placed in shops, offices and other outlets in your local community.

    Once they're full they can either be handed into one of our centres or we'll arrange for them to be collected.

    If you wish to have a Scottish SPCA food collection box at your store or work place please contact us.

    Amazon Wish Lists

    Donate pet food and treats for the animals in our care! It couldn’t be easier and everything is delivered directly to our centres.

    Just search Scottish SPCA under “find a list” or visit each centres' personalised list below.

    Aberdeenshire

    Angus, Fife & Tayside

    Ayrshire & South West Scotland

    Caithness & Sutherland

    Dunbartonshire & West Scotland

    Edinburgh & Lothians

    Glasgow

    Highlands & Islands

    Lanarkshire

    National Wildlife Rescue Centre

    Specialist Welfare list

    Unfortunately when your donation arrives at our centre it will not include your contact details. So thank you in advance on behalf of all the animals you will help.

    Find out more

    For further information please email our fundraising team or call us on 03000 999 999 (option 4).

    Источник: https://www.scottishspca.org/donate-food

                                      Located in Farmington, MN

       

                                               Welcome to Td routing number nj Hope

    Founded in 1984, Last Hope, Inc. is a foster home based 501(c)3 No-Kill non profit companion animal rescue.

    Last Hope has found forever homes for over 45000 cats and dogs since inception. 

    Thank you for visiting our informative website. 

    We look forward to seeing you at one of are banks open on patriots day local Adoption Events  

                                                                                       (Donations are tax deductible)

    Please visit Last Hope's Facebook page "Events Section" to see

     Special Events and Happenings taking place at Last Hope !

    RESCUE - The Mistreated     SAVE - The Injured     ADOPT- The Abandoned

    LAST HOPE MISSION STATEMENT

    *  Rescuing abandoned, unwanted and helpless animals. Last Hope is a 501(c)3 No-Kill nonprofit and does not believe in the destruction of healthy pets.

    *  Promoting the end of overpopulation through education and the where can i donate unwanted dog food near me, spaying of all rescued animals available for adoption.

    *   Providing immediate veterinary care for all rescued animals from intake to emergency and life saving surgery to ensure a high quality of life.

    *  Finding forever, loving homes for our animals through adoption.

    *  Educating the public in the responsible care of companion cats and dogs.

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                                                                                                     Most Recent Success Story

                   

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    Meet Last Hope's newest foster, Oatmeal! She was brought into Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota on Friday by a Good Samaritan who found her in a pile of trash inside a recycling bin at the recycling plant. She had an old, infected leg wound that required amputation. To top it off, she is mostly or completely blind! One call to Last Hope and Oatmeal was able to have her surgery and begin her road to recovery.

    Despite all of this, she is the sweetest thing and is currently laying in my lap purring. 😻She has a long road ahead- first healing from surgery, then will need to see a specialist to determine why she cannot see. But for tonight, she is home- eating, purring, and happy. 💗

    We are looking for donations to help towards her medical care, please help if you are able by going to the Donate Now button at the top of the page and make a contribution earmarked towards Oatmeal's ongoing medical care.

    Stay tuned, there’s MUCH more to come with this little one.

    Samantha Haliburton -Foster Mom
    Animal Emergency & Referral Center of Minnesota Certified Veterinary Technician ER/ICU and Technician Team Lead 


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                amazon credit card germany review                                                                                            It's Kitten Season !

    Well, it's that time of the year again. When Fall  arrives so does "Kitten Season." Within the last couple weeks Last Hope has many new litters of kittens, with more on the way! Last Hope normally reaches in excess of 250 cats and kittens in its system at it's peak and where can i donate unwanted dog food near me care for them as "bottle babies" for up to for 4 months before they are available for adoption. Our Foster homes will be in dire need of supplies. Please consider designating Last Hope as one of your favorite charities on your Amazon Smile account, and visit Last Hope's Amazon Wish List to see the items Last Hope will need to care for the fuzzy felines that have been rescued by Last Hope. You can also donate directly to Last Hope by clicking the Donate button below. Last Hope appreciates all the support received from our loyal family of supporters .

      

                                                                             

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                                        Last Hope Foster Homes Needed!

    Last Hope foster homes are the key to our success in saving cats and dogs. Each new where can i donate unwanted dog food near me home saves an animal that might have been mistreated or abandoned and placed at risk of being euthanized.  To date, Last Hope has rescued over 45,000 animals !

    Last Hope will provide you with the necessary training and supplies and covers veterinary costs. You simply pick the surrendered animal(s) up at one of our local vets, take them home, love and care for them, and attend our weekly adoption events where the animal will find a new forever home.

    You will gain the knowledge of the fostered animals behavior, personality, and training needs, allowing you to be the animals advocate in meeting with potential adopters.

    If you enjoy meeting new people and making new friends, this can be a rewarding way for you to make a difference in the life of a helpless and homeless cat or dog.

    The Last Hope Cat & Kitten Division and Dog & Puppy Division are in need of new foster homes. 

    Contact Last Hope at 651-463-8747 or email [email protected]

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    Источник: https://last-hope.org/

    We get many calls asking where things like cars, computers and furniture can be donated. Below is a list of who takes what in the Washington, Where can i donate unwanted dog food near me area. Here is a list for the San Francisco Bay Area.  Here is a list for Southern California.

    We tell you what each charity accepts, where and whether they will pick up. These charities are listed alphabetically by name in this list.

    There is also a list organized by types of items they accept.

    Many of these charities have a page in this website where you can learn more about their work. To go to this page, simply click on the charity’s name. Here is a list of all charities that serve the DC area in this website. 

    For additions or changes, email us: [email protected].

    Thank you for taking the time to donate.

    4 Paws Rescue Team

    (703) 715-6369

    Accepts: Hand towels and sheets, cat litter and/or cat food, cat carriers, cat beds, small cardboard boxes (used as litter boxes at adoption fairs), cat toys, stamps, calling cards, gift cards.

    Donated items can be taken to any adoption fair.  Dates and locations are available at www.fourpaws.org or call 703-715-MEOW to make other arrangements.

    A Woman's Choice

    6201 Leesburg Pike, Suite 220, Falls Church, VA 22044
    (703) 538-4305 

    Accepts: New and/or slightly used baby clothing from newborn to size 5 Toddler, maternity Clothes, baby accessories, cribs (with all parts and instructions), car seats (with all straps) and strollers

    Items can be dropped off at the Center Monday through Friday from 10 am until 2 pm or by special appointment. Donate your vehicle at 1-888-638-1171

    Email: [email protected]

    Second Story - The Abused and Homeless Children's Refuge
    PO Box 694, Dunn Loring, VA 22027

    Deliveries: 2100 Gallows Road, Vienna, VA 22182.
    (703) 506-9191

    Accepts: Toiletries, cleaning supplies, hotel samples, storage containers and storage bins, and office supplies, (copy paper, ink cartridges, etc.). We do not accept TVs, furniture or any stuffed toys.

     We accept Monday-Friday, suntrust payoff number - 9pm, and Saturday/Sundays, 9am - 9pm.

    Animal Welfare League of Arlington
    2650 S. Arlington Mill Dr., Arlington, Usaa homeowners insurance contact phone number 22206
    (703) 931-9241

    HOUSEHOLD GOODS:  Towels, wash cloths, hand towels, pillow cases, Shoeboxes, Plain non-electric blankets (new or in very good shape)

    PET SUPPLIES:

    • Animal beds (only those small enough to be washed)
    • Stainless steel or ceramic bowls
    • Unopened cat or dog food and treats ,
    • Hard rubber and nylon toys (not chewed)
    • Dog leashes in good shape
    • Dog and Cat collars in good shape
    • Crates in good repair (no rust and all parts in good working order)
    • New Cat litter boxes and Clay, Care Fresh or Non-clumping litter
    • Plastic or rubber cat toys (nothing fuzzy or furry),
    • Wooden chew items and accessories for rabbits and small rodents (new only)
    • Bird toys and accessories
    • Cages for birds/ferrets and aquariums in good shape
    • Hay

    OFFICE SUPPLIES

    Clorox Cleaning Wipes, Reams of Colored and White Paper, Pens (blue or black), Video Cameras for animal control trucks, Postage Stamps, Avery Labels, especially #5266 and #5260

    We often need large quantities of food and other supplies, including new items for prizes for special events such as the Annual Walk for the Animals and Casino Night and Silent Auction.

    To make a donation, contact the Development Manager at 703-931-9441 ext.220 or [email protected]

    Bikes for the World
    (703) 740-7856

    Accepts: Bicycles, bicycle spare parts & accessories, hand tools (wrenches, screwdrivers, and hammers of all types), portable sewing machines.

    Visit website for local collection schedule www.bikesfortheworld.org or call 703-740-7856 to make arrangements. Bikes for the World picks up bikes at bike shops such as Bob’s Bikes in Poolesville, MD.

    Black Student Fund
    3636 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC
    202-387-1414

    Accepts: School supplies, toys, office supplies, clothes, etc.

    Capital Area Food Bank

    645 Taylor St. NE, Washington, DC   20017: (202) 526-5344                                                         

    6833 Hill Park Drive, Lorton, VA   22079: (703) 541-3063

    Accepts: Non-perishables only
    Call or email to arrange your donation today!

    Mike Gillespie (202) 644-9865 ext. 865
    [email protected]

    Capital Hospice Thrift Shop
    Willston I Shopping Center, 6172 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church, VA
    (703) 532-5355
    Turn your goods into gold for patient care.

    We accept gently-used clothing (boutique and other), household items (glass, ceramics, small appliances) and some furniture (not upholstered), Wednesdays through Sundays.

    Open 10 am - 5 pm Mondays through Saturday, 11- 4 Sunday

    Christ House

    1717 Columbia Road, NW, Washington, DC
    (202) 328-1100

    Accepts: Clothing, toiletries, some computer equipment, musical instruments and art supplies for the Kairos Program.

    DC Coalition for the Homeless

    202-347-8870

    Accepts: Clothing items, household items in good conditions such as sofas, beds, and dressers. We pick up and accept drop offs at our various programs sites that are listed on our website.

    DC Habitat for Humanity Wish List
    (202) 882-4600

    Accepts: Tools, Van, Pickup truck, Warehouse space, Printing Services, Lunch donations for volunteers, Office supplies, new cordless drills, new power tools

    Drop-Off Location

    843 Upshur St. NW (Near the Georgia Ave. Metro).

    Days End Farm Horse Rescue
    15856 Frederick Rd., Lisbon, MD 21765
    (301) 854-5037     (410) 442-1564

    Accepts: Working cars, good grass hay, www walmart one com supplies.

    Call to arrange drop-off or visit our Wish List for much needed items.

    Food & Friends
    219 Riggs Road NE, Washington, DC 20011
    (202) 269-2277

    Accepts:Large Items: copiers, color printers, desktop computers, LCD projector, cars

    Small Items: PUR Water filters and portable microwaves for our clients, copy paper (colored and white),

    Avery labels where can i donate unwanted dog food near me or 6163, AAA and AA batteries, Food items such as canned food, cereal, shelf stable milk, peanut butter, cooking oils.
    For questions on making a donation please call (202) 269-6880

    Plan a Food Drive - Change a Life.

    Goodwill of Greater Washington
    (202) 636-4233

    ACCEPTS: Clothing, furniture, small appliances, house wares, computers (Pentium I and newer), electronics and toys. Visit www.dcgoodwill.org for a more complete list of accepted items and drop off locations/time.
    Cars (202) 715-2636. Vehicles must be in running and drivable condition. Visit www.GWCars.org for more information. 

    NO: Mattresses or box-springs, sofa beds, large appliances, hazardous material, construction material, CPSC-recalled items, or items that are soiled, broken or missing pieces.

    Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia

    (703) 521-9890

    Accepts:

    Cars, Lunch Donations for Volunteers, Power tools, Printing Services

    Drop-off Location: 4451 First Place South, 04 Arlington, VA 222

    Habitat for Humanity ReStore

    Accepts:
    Home improvement items including: Appliances, Furniture, Antiques, Doors, Windows, Tile and Lighting Fixtures.

    Drop off locations:

    Metro Maryland

    1029 E Gude Dr., Rockville, MD 20850

    (301) 947-3304

    8380 Colesville Rd., Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301) 990-0014

    Northern VA

    869 South Pickett Street, Alexandria, VA 22304

    (703) 360-6700

    4311 Walney Road, Chantilly, VA 20151 (703) 953-3747

    The Hebrew Home of Greater Washington
    (301) 770-8329

    Accepts: Cars, trucks and other vehicles. Call to schedule pick-up.

    His Hidden Treasures

    9264 Mike Garcia Dr., Manassas, Virginia 20109

    (703) 966-9301

    E-mail: [email protected]

    We will pick up from your location. We service all of Northern Virginia including the following cities and counties: Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun, and Fauquier.

    Accepts: We come into your home and receive your donations of wood furniture, antiques and vintage pieces, household kitchen items, lamps and decor. Upholstered items need to be in LIKE NEW condition. No mattresses.

    At His Hidden Treasures, our goal is to assist those in the midst of recovery and restoration. We are meeting needs and transforming lives in our local communities by ministering to those transitioning from homeless shelters through donations and resale of furniture and household items.

    Please send photo and information about your donation using this form: http://www.hishiddentreasures.org/services.html

    Homestretch

    370 S. Washington St., Suite 400, Falls Church, VA 22046
    (703) 237-2035

    Accepts: cars, computers, household items, and furniture.

    We will pick up from your location. We collect donations from houses, apartments, and businesses in
    Northern Virginia, Monday to Friday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm., call or e-mail to arrange a pick up: [email protected].

    Items can also be brought to the Homestretch office in Falls Church.

    Interfaith Works

    www.iworksmc.org

    Accepts:
    Glassware, Clothing, Household Items, Toiletries, Books, CDs, Electronics, and Toys.

    Please note that items can be dropped off at Interfaith Works Clothing Center on Monday and Friday between 9:00am - 7:00pm. Tuesday through Thursday items may be dropped of between 9:00am - 5:00pm.

    Jewish Council for the Aging of Greater Washington (JCA)
    11820 Parklawn Dr., Rockville, MD 20852

    301-255-4200 (DC, MD) 703-425-0999 (VA)

    Accepts: Cars, trucks and vans as well as computers and computer equipment.

    For more information about vehicle donation, call the JCA development office at 301.255.4231 or 703.652.1511

    To donate a computer or computer equipment, please contact JCA at (240) 395-0916 or [email protected] for information about the equipment we need. Thank you!

    Jewish Foundation for Group Homes

    (301) 984-3839
    Accepts: Cars, trucks and vans

    To learn more please contact Lew Fontek, Chief Development Officer, at 240.283.6000.

    Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA)
    301-838-4200   703-204-9100
    [email protected]www.jssa.org

    Accepts:Donate your USED CAR by calling JSSA's Car Donation Hotline at 301.585.CARS (2277) to arrange free pickup. Provide the signed title and car keys to driver upon pickup and receive a tax-deduction letter in the mail once the car is sold.

    Jubilee Jobs

    Accepts:
    Donate used and new interview clothing. For men, we accept dress shirts, ties, slacks, business suits and casual dress shoes. For women, we accept blouses, dark-colored skirts, professional dresses, and casual dress shoes.
    Donated items may be dropped off at our Washington, DC, office. To schedule a donation drop off, please contact Kenneth Guerrero, Development Associate, (202) 667-8970 or [email protected]

    Legal Services of Northern Virginia

    (703) 778-6800

    Accepts: Office supplies and computer equipment. 

    Miriam's Kitchen

    2401 Virginia Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20037
    (202) 452-8926 ext.4

    Accepts: Food: Ground coffee, old fashioned oatmeal and old fashioned grits

    N St. Village

    1333 N St. NW, Washington, DC 20005
    202-939-2075

    Hours: Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm

    Accepts: Gently used, or new household items and clothing that is clean, free of tears or what time does pickup close at walmart, and appropriate for the current season. Donations listed at: https://www.amazon.com/wishlist/YC7LMZGV4BMC/ref=sr_1_1_acs_wl_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362682939&sr=8-1-acs

    Call the Community Outreach Coordinator at 202-939-2075 to talk about current needs and set up an appointment to drop of donations.

    The National Center for Children and Families
    6301 Greentree Road, Bethesda, MD 20817 (Behind Building 3)
    (301) 365-4480 ext. 109
    Accepts: Gently used and new clothing (all ages), baby items, new toiletries, school supplies and furniture.

    Your gently used or new items have the ability to turn a house into a home, provide a homeless family with hope and bring a smile britannica great books of the western world ebay the face of a neglected high school youth. At NCCF, you can be confident that you clothing, furniture and household goods are making a difference.

    Our donation store, Dr. C’s Boutique, allows clients from all of our 24 programs throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area to enjoy a shopping experience without spending any money.

    We will pick up from your location. We pick up new and gently used furniture from residences in Montgomery County, MD.

    contact Jermaine Lemons, In-Kind Donations Specialist, on his office phone (301) 365-4480 ext. 109, cell phone (240) 743-7252 or email [email protected].

    Neighbors' Consejo
    3118 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20010
    (202) 234-6855 x 27

    Accepts: Household furniture appliances, household items, toiletries, glassware and landscaping services.

    Operation Paws for Homes, Inc.
    P.O. Box 90813, Alexandria, VA 22309
    Fax: (804) 302-7975

    Accepts: Crates, dog beds, collars, leashes, unopened dog food, puppy pads, sheets, blankets, toys for dogs.

    Contact Shannon Shackleford, [email protected]  for more information.

    Rebuilding Together Montgomery County  

    3925 Plyers Mill Rd., Ste. 202, Kensington, MD 20895
    (301) 933-2700

    Accepts:  Pick-up trucks, new hand tools, new power tools, printing services, graphic design services, warehouse space in Montgomery County

    Sexual Minority Youth Assistance League
    (202) 544-1306

    Accepts: Wells fargo bank branch locations near me. Go to web site for instructions: www.smyal.org

    Sights & Sounds Black Cultural Expo Museum

    Accepts: Art, Antiques, Books, Computers, Office Supplies, Building Materials, Electronics and a van.
    Acceptance policies: call 404-966-2137 any time between 9am -5pm, Monday – Friday. Willing to work out delivery arrangements.

    Smithsonian's National Zoo

    3001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008
    (202) 633-3042

    The National Zoo is no longer able to accept donations for its animals.  Instead it asks that people wanting to support the Zoo's animals make a donation to the Zoo Toy Box or purchase an item from its Animal Enrichment Wish List.

    Suited for Change
    1010 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 450
    Washington, DC 20005

    (202) 293-0351

    Accepts: Professional women's clothing including suits, dresses, blouses, jackets, sweaters, trousers, coats
    Women's Accessories including handbags, shoes suitable for the office, boots, scarves, belts and new tights and pantyhose.
    Welcomes clothing in plus sizes. Clothing should be in good condition and on hangers. 

    Clothing can be dropped off at Suited for Change's office one Saturday each month when there is curbside collection and on Thursdays at Suited for Change offices.
    Visit https://www.suitedforchange.org/saturday-curbside-drop-off for full details

    Wheels for Wishes

    www.wheelsforwishes.org

    Accepts:  Vehicles such as cars, motorcycles, RVs, and boats, regardless of condition.

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    Donation Town

    www.donationtown.org

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    Excess Access

    www.ExcessAccess.com

    This national organization matches items that you have to donate with nonprofits' wish lists. A donor must register on their website and pay a fee.

    Accepts most items. All info on website.

    Montgomery County Volunteer Center

    The Center puts out a weekly list of products that local donors want to give away. To put a product on this list, go to: http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/volunteercenter/volunteers/Donations.html

    On this page you will also find a list of Montgomery County organizations that accept donations of clothes.

    Источник: https://www.charitychoices.com/WhereDC

    Where Can I Donate Unwanted Cat Food Near Me?

    Do animal shelters accept food donations?

    Can you donate open bags of cat food?

    Does PetSmart take cat food donations?

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    “The Buy a Bag, Give a Meal program is where can i donate unwanted dog food near me. Shoppers can buy any bag of dog or cat food, any size, any brand, and we’ll donate a meal to a pet in need,” said Eran Cohen, chief customer experience officer at PetSmart.

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    Even if your cat prefers to eat their food in a few sittings, don’t be tempted to leave wet food out all day, as this increases the risk of disease-causing bacteria developing. After a maximum of four hours, throw out the old food and wash the bowl properly with soap and water before refilling with fresh food.

    What’s the best animal charity to donate to?

    – 1) Defenders of Wildlife.
    – 2) International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
    – 3) Jane Goodall Foundation.
    – 4) David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
    – 5) World Wildlife Fund.
    – 6) Gorilla Doctors.
    – 7) Save the Elephants.
    – 8) International Rhino Foundation.

    What companies donate to animal rescues?

    How do you store leftover cat food?

    Your pet’s bowl should be emptied of moist or canned food not eaten by your cat or dog within 4 hours if the ambient temperature is above 50°F. Opened cans should be stored in the fridge, at temperatures between 40-45°F, for a maximum of 5-7 days. Any cat or dog food remaining after that time should be thrown out.

    What do you do with unused cat food?

    Can I surrender my cat to Petco?

    What can I donate to my local animal shelter?

    – Toys. All animals love toys, so donate any old or new pet toys to keep those homeless dogs and cats entertained and happy.
    – Pet Food and Treats.
    – Cleaning Supplies.
    – Towels and Blankets.
    – Newspapers.
    – Grooming Supplies.
    – Collars and Leashes.
    – Furniture.

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    Your pet’s bowl should be emptied of moist or canned food not eaten by your cat or dog within 4 hours if the ambient temperature is above 50°F. Opened cans should be stored in the fridge, at temperatures between 40-45°F, for a maximum of 5-7 days. Any cat or dog food remaining after that time should be thrown out.

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    Each PETCO store will partner with an existing food bank that has a pet food component, or with an animal welfare group that has set up its own pet food bank, to donate www walmart one com food directly to economically stressed pet parents in that store’s local community.

    Does PetSmart accept food donations?

    PetSmart Charities will distribute the meal donations to pet shelters, food banks, animal welfare organizations or other similar organizations based on the needs of these recipients.

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    Wish List

    If you would like to help our wonderful cats and dogs, these are items that we always need. By donating supplies you support the plight of homeless pets and benefit the mission and programs of the HSNY.

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    Our Amazon Wish List

    For easy online shopping, check out our Amazon Wish List.

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    Wish List Items

    Bedding

    We accept new and used bedding that is washed and cleaned. To protect the health and wellness of our animals, we are unable walmart money card balance espanol accept pillows that are not new.

    • Newspaper
    • Towels
    • Sheets
    • Pillowcases
    • Small Blankets
    • Pet beds
    • New Pillows with original packaging

    Pet Food

    Dogs

    Cats

    • High quality food for cats and kittens
      • Unopened canned and dry food
      • We are unable to accept frozen pet food
    • Treats

    Pet Supplies

    Dogs

    • Pet Carriers where can i donate unwanted dog food near me toys
    • Nylabones
      • Various sizes and Chew Strength
    • Sterile Natural Bones
    • Nylon or Cotton Dog leashes
    • Nylong or Cotton Dog harnesses

    Cats

    • Pet Carriers
    • Catnip
    • Litter
    • Toys
    • Corrugated Cardboard Scratching Pads
    • Stretch and Scratch Scratching Pads®
      • Stretch and Scratch® will mail donated items directly to our shelter if the option is selected during checkout

    Cleaning Supplies

    • Paper Towels
    • Laundry Detergent
    • Sponges
    • Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser
    • Dishwashing Liquid
    • Liquid Hand Soap
    • Large Contractor Garbage Bags
    • Large Contractor Clear Recycling Bags
    • New Mops and Brooms
    • Facial Tissues
    • Alcohol Wipes

    Office Supplies

    • Avery Labels
      • 5126, 5160, 5161, 5163, 5164, 5165
    • Batteries
    • Paper
      • Letter 8½ x 11
      • Legal 8½ x 14
    • Ballpoint Pens
    • Post-It® Notes
    • Sharpie® Pens
    • Highlighters
    • Glue Sticks
    • Correction Tape
    • Bottled Water
    • PUR Water Filters
    • Thermal Laminating Pouches
    • Clear Packing Tape
    • Office Desk Tape

    Clinic Supplies

    • Surgical Masks
    • Disposable Lab Coats
    • Latex or Nitrile Exam Gloves
      • Sizes Small, Medium, and Large
    • Protective Face Shields
    • Distilled Water
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