Pete's Pet Food Pantry

Pete's Pet Food Pantry We distribute food the first Sunday of every month, from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Food is distributed, no questions asked. No paperwork required. Mark DiGiampaolo donations coordinator: 716.887.3891.
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Elaine Richau volunteer coordinator, [email protected]

Operating as usual

The SPCA Serving Erie County, NY
11/03/2020

The SPCA Serving Erie County, NY

IT'S HERE! FREE ADOPTIONS of animals 5 months & older for past & present members of the armed forces! VETS & PETS, presented by Geico, runs November 1-November 11! https://YourSPCA.org/VetsandPets2020

No Exceptions!
10/17/2020

No Exceptions!

Fr. Tabby comes to an inclusive conclusion in his theology.

Hopefully we can eventually return to having our Pet Blessing service before pet food distribution. We miss our 4-legged...
10/16/2020

Hopefully we can eventually return to having our Pet Blessing service before pet food distribution. We miss our 4-legged friends!

Everyone--no exceptions!

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09/12/2020

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Episcopal Church Memes
08/30/2020

Episcopal Church Memes

The Land of Canine (Cartoon by John Kron and The Cartoon Kronicles)

Address

96 Jewett Pkwy
Buffalo, NY
14214

General information

To be able to best serve as many people as we can, the following amount of food is made available: 1 dog: 1 five pound bag of food. 2 or more dogs: 2 five pound bags of food. 1 cat: 1 five pound bag of food. 2 or more cats: 2 five pound bags of food. You must be present to receive food.

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Our Founder

In 2011, the Rev Deacon Lucinda “Pete” Dempesy-Sims of the former Episcopal Church of the Ascension founded our pantry. An animal lover, Pete saw the need to help feed the pets of those struggling to feed themselves.

Pete was called home to heaven November 9, 2017.