HUDSON VALLEY PET FOOD PANTRY RECEIVES DONATION FROM ANTHONY’€™S COAL FIRED PIZZA

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12-CHECK PRESENTATION

Myosotee Perez, manager of Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in White Plains presents a contribution check to Susan Katz, Founder/President of the Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry, and Kathy Ferri, Vice-President/Pantry Director.

 
WPCNR MAIN STREET JOURNAL. From The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry. February 21, 2015:
The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry has received a donation from Anthony”s Coal Fired Pizza in White Plains, NY, representing proceeds from a promotion recently conducted by the restaurant. 
Twenty percent of dine-in and carry out sales on four recent Thursdays from people who mentioned the pet food pantry were set aside by the restaurant for the donation. The restaurant tracked more than $3,000 in sales which could be attributed to supporters of the pet food pantry, resulting in a contribution from the promotion of just over $600.
The mission of the Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry is to provide pet food assistance to economically challenged, disabled, and/or elderly residents of the Hudson Valley region. Veterans with service animals also are aided, as are those who have lost their jobs.
Presently, the pet food pantry serves 300 families, feeding approximately 760 animals each month. Since its inception in 2010, the pantry has helped keep 1,550 animals at home with their families, saving them from having to be surrendered to shelters or abandoned due to economic hardship. The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry is an all-volunteer non-profit organization based in White Plains.
Their web site may be visited at www.hvpetfoodpantry.org and their phone number is (914) 907-3433.         
 

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