Purina aids people, pets impacted by flooding April 3, 2019

Purina aids people, pets impacted by flooding

On April 1, 2019 Purina announced it would donate $10,000 to the Red Cross Midwest flood relief efforts. Red Cross employees and volunteers are working around the clock to deliver much-needed relief, have deployed more than 1,000 disaster workers and opened nearly 50 shelters for displaced individuals and families throughout the region. The organization is also distributing meals kits, health services and cleanup supplies to flooded communities.

This donation is in addition to multiple efforts Purina has made to assist flood victims during the past month—delivering 8,000 pounds of Purina pet food and litter to the Bellevue Christian Center.

Purina associates at the company’s manufacturing facility in Crete, NE teamed up with the Blue Valley Community Action to collect and deliver donations of non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, clothing and school supplies to those impacted in their community. Crete associates also donated 43,000 pounds of Purina pet food to Fur-Ever Home Rescue Pet Food & Supply Bank Fremont, NE. Purina associates in St. Joseph, MO responded by delivering Purina pet food and litter to St. Joseph Animal Shelter, which is temporarily housing pets for local families displaced by the floods.

In times of natural disaster, Purina provides timely support to people and pets in need by working with our nonprofit partners to deliver pet food, litter and funding to areas that are being impacted. In 2018, Purina donated $60,000 and more than 60,000 pounds of pet food and litter to support to victims of natural disasters across the United States.


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