A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
Via the Animal Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley
We are all aware of our local food banks and food pantries, which help families and individuals in need put food on their tables. But who feeds their pets? We are very fortunate in the Lehigh Valley to have an Animal Food Bank. The Animal Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley began in 2005 as a Girl Scout project. They distributed pet food out of the Trinity Soup Kitchen in Bethlehem to pet parents on a monthly basis. As the need grew, so did the number of volunteers, and Animal Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley received its non-profit status in 2009. It is currently located on 3rd Street in Bethlehem, in the Fowler Family Southside Center.