Individuals facing homelessness or financial insecurity should not also have to face losing their furry family members. But during difficult times, it can be difficult to find the funds to buy food for your pets. However, Pasado’s Safe Haven is here to help. Pasado will provide FREE dog and cat food for anyone on public assistance, low income or experiencing homelessness.
Is your faith community looking for a unique way to assist those in your community?
Pasado currently has a mobile van serving Pierce County and is looking for locations to be able to set up to distribute food…for example, a church parking lot or existing food bank location. If your faith community would like to support Pasado in this way, please contact Dan Nutt, Pierce County Pet Food Bank Coordinator for Pasado (DanN@pasadosafehaven.org or 360-913-1481). They are especially in need of locations in East Pierce County. There is no obligation to the faith community hosting Pasado; just a desire to provide some space for Pasado to do the good work they do to help our community, humans and furry friends alike!