Large pet food donation to Jackson County Animal Shelter

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Animals need to eat too. This simple thought caused the Rev. Frank Miller, director of operations at Parchment Valley Conference Center, to reach out to Greater Good Charities for a way to help feed the dogs and cats at the Jackson County Animal Shelter. “We’ve been blessed to be able […]

Animals need to eat too.

This simple thought caused the Rev. Frank Miller, director of operations at Parchment Valley Conference Center, to reach out to Greater Good Charities for a way to help feed the dogs and cats at the Jackson County Animal Shelter.

“We’ve been blessed to be able to deliver 150,000 pounds of food to people in need through this pandemic,” Miller said. “This was done in cooperation with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Dot Foods. It was amazing to be able to provide food for so many.”

When he was asked ‘What about the pets,’ Miller said that spurred him to do some research.

“I found a program with Greater Good Charities that provides food for shelters all over the United States,” he said. “I got in touch with these fine folks, and it went pretty smoothly after that.”

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