Anyone who owns a pet knows that they are a part of the family. We also know that for many people, times are tough. It can be tough to find the money to pay bills and feed our families. Let alone feed the dogs and cats that we love so much. There is help available for men, women and children through the Food Bank of WNY and various food pantries across WNY – but, there is also help pets.
The Episcopal Diocese of WNY offers a few pet food pantries to serve the communities. Here is the information:
St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church
13021 West Main St., Alden
11am-12noon on the second Saturday of each month.
Ascension Episcopal Church
96 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo
3-4 pm on the first Sunday of each month.
St. Matthias’ Episcopal Church
374 Main St., East Aurora
1-3pm on the first and third Tuesdays of each month.
Grace Episcopal Church
100 Genesee St., Lockport
11am-12noon on the third Sunday of each month.
Trinity Episcopal Church
62 West Buffalo St., Warsaw
2-3pm on the first Sunday of each month.
** If you have, give – if you need, take.
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