Between February 9th and February 21st, GHHS will be out in our community to raise money for the King’s Kitchen Program through a 100 Envelope Challenge campaign.
For each supporter that “seals” an envelope, they will receive acknowledgement in the new King’s Kitchen building, when completed, and an “Unleashing Love in the Community” t-shirt.
King’s Community Kitchen has been a go-to pet food pantry for years, but the increase in families needing this support is rising in our community. Over the past two years household incomes have been impacted. It is our goal, through this community program to keep ALL family members together!
King’s Community Kitchen helps low-income pet owners feed their dogs and cats in times of financial difficulty. The fund is named after King, who was surrendered to GHHS extremely emaciated. His owners could not afford to feed him. They didn’t want to give him up. King was surrendered, returned to normal weight and now lives in his forever home. We never want to see another animal go hungry. By giving out donated dog and cat food, we can save lives and keep animals in their own homes.
We’re hosting tables at the following places on these dates:
2/10 | 4 – 7 PM – Black Dog Grounds & Sounds
2/11 | 4 – 6 PM – Buff City Soap
2/12 | 10 – 12 PM – Three Tails Resale
2/12 | 4 – 6 PM – Hollywood Feed
2/13 | 4 – 6 PM – The Wine Cellar
2/16 | 12 – 3 PM – The Catalyst
2/19 | 10 – 4 PM – GHHS
2/21 | 4 – 8 PM – Straight to Ale
2/24 | 4 – 6 PM – Terry’s Pizza