S.C. Bar collecting items for Holiday Pet Food Drive
November 26, 2013
COLUMBIA, S.C. (Nov. 26, 2013) – The S.C. Bar Animal Law Committee is collecting cat and dog food for its 2013 Holiday Pet Food Drive. Items will be donated to various pet food pantries throughout the state.
Volunteers are collecting food Dec. 1-31. Items needed include canned dog food, canned cat food, dry dog food, dry cat food, dog treats, cat treats and cat litter. Items can be dropped off at any of the following locations:
Law Office of Margaret Tribert—116 Waterloo St., 29801
Charleston Animal Society—2455 Remount Rd., N. Charleston 29406
Debra E. Stokes, LLC—200 Meeting St., Ste. 404, Charleston 29401
McGee Law Firm, LLC—113 Wappoo Creek Dr., Charleston 29412
Columbia's The Salon—620 Gervais St., Ste. D, Columbia 29201
The Humane Society—121 Humane Lane, Columbia 29209
Malone, Thompson, Summers & Ott, LLC—339 Heyward St., Ste. 200, Columbia 29201
Pawmetto Lifeline (and Pet Soup)—1275 Bower Pkwy., Columbia 29212
Pet Supplies Plus—1001 Harden St., Columbia 29205
Research Planning, Inc.—1121 Park St, Columbia 29201
Greenville Homeless Coalition—614 N. Main St., 29601
Greenville Salvation Army—417 Rutherford Rd., 29609
Zebra Dazzle—9 E. Parkins Mill Rd., 29607
Law Office of Natasha M. Hanna, PC—4717 Jenn Dr., Ste. 102, 29577
Schiller & Hamilton Law Firm—241 Oakland Ave., 29730
The Community Pet Project—26 Halehaven Dr., 29681
Earthwise Pet Supply—2700 Woodruff Rd., Ste. J, 29681
"The Animal Law Committee is excited to hold the first-ever Holiday Pet Food Drive," said Katie Phillips, coordinator for the Holiday Pet Food Drive. "The holidays can be tough on budgets, and we want to make sure pets throughout South Carolina are able to stay in their homes and are taken care of. Every little bit helps; please consider making a donation."
Tax-deductible monetary donations to specific pet food banks are also welcome. Please mail checks directly to a specific pet food bank and include “pet food bank” or “S.C. Bar Holiday Food Drive” on the check. Pet food donations can also be made through online retailers, such as Amazon and Petango, and shipped directly to the pet food bank.
For more information contact Katie Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional drop off locations can be found online at www.scbar.org/Committees/AnimalLawCommittee.
The Holiday Pet Food Drive was developed by the Animal Law Committee in an effort to provide pet food to families in South Carolina dealing with financial hardship, with the hope that more families are able to keep their pets instead of having to surrender them to a municipal shelter.
The South Carolina Bar, which has a membership of more than 14,500 lawyers, is dedicated to advancing justice, professionalism and understanding of the law.