Based in South Wales
The Pet foodbank service covers In south Wales and provides pet food and pet items for:
· Vulnerable people
· Elderly aged 50 and over
· Victims of abuse
· People in a financial crisis or poverty
· Victims of natural disasters
· Furloughed workers
· People waiting for universal credit
The relief of poverty - With the aim of breaking the poverty cycle of people sharing their human food with their pets, causing the owners to suffer from malnutrition.
The relief of mental anguish of being unable to afford to feed their pet or worse having to give up their companion to a shelter.
95 Packets of dog treats
200 Poo bags
20 Dogs coats
20 Collars/ Harnesses / leads
20 Pet bowls
Packets of cat treats
Thank you to everyone who has helped us to provide all of these meals, your amazing!
We urgently need cat food please
Our services are currently suspended due to local lock down. But we are still making sure that people in need are being delivered to in a socially distanced manner. Please message us if you are in need.
We are currently working very hard behind the scenes to set ourselves up to achieve even greater targets next year. We’ve been slowly growing year on year, but have been hampered by a lack of capacity, but now with the van and soon to be storage in place we can now expand.
We estimate we will provide a minimum of 12,000 pet meals next year (15,000 or more if we can raise enough funds for donation bins).
Again, soon as we can raise enough funds, we will get the van wrapped, which will be vital in advertising ourselves to potential users and donators alike and hopefully it will generate much-needed media coverage.
We are currently applying for grants to fund the running costs of the van for next year, but your support is still greatly needed and greatly appreciated, as we couldn’t provide any of the help that we do without your support. Thank you
Due to purchasing the van and storage unit we currently have no funds towards our running costs for 2021, Please help us help others in need,
I am so proud to be one of HCT's pink angels.
Every Monday and Wednesday evening, we feed the homeless, vulnerable and their dogs in Newport.
We feed 40 - 70 people and 5 - 11 dogs each session. We provide a hot meal, Greggs donated food, cold drinks, snacks and anything else we can find.
HCT also give out clothes, shoes, bedding, tents, and help those who have gained housing by supplying household items.
So many people come together to both help and donate. Without these fantastic people, we could not do what we do. Thank you all so much.