MHS Pet Food Bank Program
Because no animal should go hungry
The Michigan Humane Society's Pet Food Bank program assists qualifying low-income families in metro Detroit by providing them with dog or cat food at no charge. To ensure it is helping those most in need, registration and proof of low-income status is required.
The MHS Pet Food Bank program is dependent on the generosity of the public. Pet food for the program is supplied through food donations from the public at any of MHS' three centers for animal care.
Bags and cans of dog or cat food can be donated at any one of Michigan Humane Society's three centers for animal care in Detroit, Rochester Hills, and Westland during regular adoption hours.
Unopened bags are preferred; if a bag is opened, it can still be accepted as long as the food is in it's original manufacturer packaging and includes the expiration date.
Corporate, school or community-based pet food drives are encouraged. For large donations, please call the appropriate location to schedule a delivery time. For more information, call 248.283.1000.
By distributing this food at no charge to families in need, MHS helps keep animals in their current loving homes.