November is a special month for animal lovers in Western New York, as it marks the annual “Rescue a Shelter Animal” campaign by William Mattar, P.C. We are not only dedicated to helping people in need but also extend compassion to our four-legged friends. As part of this campaign, William Mattar has set up collection bins in our Williamsville office to support WNY Food 4 Paws—a non-profit organization with a mission to provide pet food and supplies to families experiencing financial hardships.
WNY Food 4 Paws is a non-profit organization that was created with a noble purpose: to support food pantries providing free pet food and other supplies to families facing financial difficulties. Their mission is to ensure that no pet has to go hungry or be separated from their loving families due to financial constraints.
WNY Food 4 Paws collaborates with manufacturers, pet supply stores, grocery stores, and community partners to acquire pet food and other essential supplies. Once these items are collected, they are redistributed to established food pantries and dedicated pet food pantries in Erie and Niagara Counties. By doing so, they not only help feed the furry members of families but also alleviate some of the financial burden from those who are struggling to make ends meet.
The work that WNY Food 4 Paws does is invaluable for several reasons:
William Mattar, P.C. is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of animals and their families through its “Rescue a Shelter Animal” campaign. During the month of November, the firm has set up collection bins in its office to accept donations of pet food and supplies for WNY Food 4 Paws. This is a fantastic opportunity for individuals and businesses in the Western New York area to contribute to this noble cause.
By donating pet food and supplies, you can help make a difference in the lives of both pets and their loving families. Let’s join hands to ensure that no pet goes hungry and no family has to face the heartbreak of parting with their beloved furry companions during times of financial hardship.