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Part of each sale through the iHeartDogs store is donated to Greater Good Charities, which helps support various charities. Thanks to customers like you, happy endings, like the one below, are made possible.

Your purchases from the iHeartDogs store is helping to fund food truck programs that serve areas in need! Thanks to you, countless animals have full bellies because you’re helping support Rescue Bank! These are just a few of the stories we’ve received from the shelters that want to thank you!

From the Humane Society of Western Montana:


“We received 24 pallets from Greater Good Charities. This grant has directly impacted the lives of countless animals throughout the state of Montana, most directly Missoula, the Rocky Boy Reservation, and the Flathead Indian Reservation.

“The Humane Society of Western Montana has been building its food bank program over the last couple of months and this grant has enabled the program to flourish. The phone does not stop ringing from other areas in need!”

From the Idaho Humane Society:

“Having a reliable source of pet food has given us the ability to consistently care for the animals residing at our facility and to extend care beyond the walls of our organization. Members of the public can visit our shelter to sign up for our pet food pantry, which distributes pet food to owners on site. We also make visits to pet owners in the community through Meals on Wheels and other outreach programs.

“We would like to highlight two of our outreach efforts in which we provide support and resources in this community. Many members care for cat colonies here, and we are so grateful to be able to help them help the cats! Not too many people in this world are willing to look after animals that may not belong to them.

“Our second story includes our program in Owyhee, NV, working with the Duck Valley Reservation. We have been working with community members to provide supplies and services for the past year. During our visits, we bring extra supplies, primarily pet food.

“We are so grateful to have the opportunity to be awarded this grant, to continue our efforts caring for the animals in our immediate care, community, and beyond!”

From the Humane Society of Ohio Valley:


“We prepared to receive this pet food truck by ordering 2 storage containers. We rented a skid steer and a couple volunteers took the day off to sort/organize the shipment. W work closely with 2 local food pantries, so another volunteer loaded his SUV and made a trip to each pantry with many dog and cat food bags for the community. We also contacted 2 local cat TNR groups who feed large existing colonies, and they came to collect a couple carloads of cat food. The remaining 1/3 will be kept in a storage container to feed our in-house dogs and cats for the next few months. Thank you so much for choosing us to receive a shipment – it was fun to share!

“A local college had a volunteer day scheduled at our shelter. They helped unload and sort skids of food. We’ve partnered with Marietta College several times. From students coming to help with projects and sports teams coming to walk dogs. It felt good to help so many shelters and animals through this amazing networking!

“Lucy, a 2-day year old kitten, is thriving with us right now! Our Shelter cat tech and foster, Tess Grogg, takes home bottle baby kittens all the time. Litter and food from this shipment was sent home with her and many other kitten and puppy fosters.

“We are so grateful to Greater Good for this opportunity! Thank you, you have fed many animals and united many animal lovers!”

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