First We Feed Them™ Art & Pet Food Bowl Auction and Party – November 6th 2014
Attention Artists! Our First We Feed Them™ Party features inspired pet food bowls created by area artists and celebrities, ART by various artists around the country. We’d love to showcase your work for a very worthy cause – providing food and supplies to local area rescue groups that save abandoned and neglected pets so that they can be adopted into loving homes. Donate one of more of your creative masterpieces! Contact Robin at Robin@rescuebank.org or Elizabeth at email@example.com for more information.
A survivor, thanks to Rescue Bank® and Treat ‘Em Right rescue group. She wouldn’t be the happy dog she is today without Rescue Bank!
Sponsor a Pallet, Help a Rescue!
Rescue Bank® receives donations of high-quality pet food to support local area rescue groups. While the food is donated, the freight and handling fees are not. We also have several special programs that allow our approved groups to receive meat (for raw feeders) and salvage food (broken or torn bags). You can sponsor a pallet or bin of food for as little as $20.00 and up to approximately $150.00, depending on the type of food, pounds per pallet or bin and trucking distance to Houston.
These smaller, less visible groups have limited access to resources and the few dollars they receive in donations are often spent on basic necessities like food. When they can source those supplies at a pet food pantry, they are able to use those scarce dollars for spay/neuter services and vet bills for rehabilitation and wellness. Your sponsorship will not only feed several animals for weeks, it will also improve their health and prepare them for adoption by a caring family.
Donations can be made using the PayPal or American Express® Members Give button on the left, or by mailing a check to Rescue Bank® , 6363 Woodway, Suite 975, Houston, TX 77057.
Rescue Bank® is a 501(c)3 non-profit pet food pantry; we sincerely appreciate your tax-deductible donation!
ILSA was a remarkable calico in every sense of the word. Named for Ingrid Bergman’s character in Casablanca, she was regal, elegant, possessed a gentle soul, and could be cranky at the appropriate time. A few of her special girlfriends called her “Callie”. She loved to lounge and sleep in her old age. She died unexpectedly June 3, 2014. She is greatly missed by all of her family.
“Here’s looking at you, kid.”
Rescue Bank has established a perpetual fund for spay/neuter grants in ILSA’s honor and memory. Donations can be made via pay pal button at www.rescuebankhouston.org or via check to 6363 Woodway, Ste. 975, Houston, TX 77057.
Target recipients of grant funds include small rescue groups or individuals that demonstrate the inability to afford spay/neuter for cats in their care.