Pet food bank opens for victims of domestic violence and abuse

Posted on July 17, 2013 

VCA Charities is joining forces with the Eva Foundation to provide food for the pets of victims of domestic violence and abuse. VCA and Hill’s Pet Foods are donating highly nutritious food for cats and dogs and the program will be administered by the Eva Foundation.

This unique program, as conceived by VCA Charities, will be launched at noon on August 3rd at VCA Alaska Pet Care located at 3900 Lake Otis Pkwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

The non profit Eva Foundation helps survivors of abuse regain their self-confidence and independence to build a better life. The foundation provides esteem-building necessities to help recovering survivors secure an abuse-free future for themselves and their loved ones. More information on the foundation is available at evafoundationalaska.org. Point of contact: Alexia Rickard at (907) 632-5666.

 

VCA Charities is a 501c3 with a mission to create a better life for pets and their families. Established in 2005 by the founders of VCA Animal Hospitals (vcahospitals.com) and VCA Antech, VCA Charities has helped feed thousands of pets, provided free medical treatment, donated time and money to pet charities globally. To find out the most up-to-date information about VCA Charities and its programs go to www.VCAcharities.org.

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