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Rescue Bank delivers tons of pet food to local rescue groups across the country. On top of their regular program this year, they’ve sent trucks to West, Texas, after the town suffered from a major explosion at a fertilizer plant and to communities needing a little extra help after floods, fire, or tornadoes struck.
Wherever they go, they are met by volunteers showing up in pick-ups and cars, ready to take the food back to their local rescue groups.
“It is amazing how the majority of the groups hung around even after getting their food to help others load. All the groups chipped in to help each other and it touched me deeply. Cat rescues were helping dog rescues load up, visa versa, and so many went so far beyond a bit of helping out,” recalled Cynthia Nesser, one of the nonprofit's founders.
Companion Animal Outreach in Galveston, TX, recently sent them this video thank you from just some of the animals fed through Rescue Bank donations:
Grants from GreaterGood.org, funded through The Animal Rescue Site’s “Click To Give” and Gifts That Give More program, enable Rescue Bank to ship donated food to its distribution partners across the United States. To learn how you can support this program, click here.
To learn how your organization can sign up for help from Rescue Bank, visit their website.