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Each morning I wake up to two furry, tail wagging creatures that never need a cup of coffee or iced tea (my favorite) to prepare for the new day. They’re well rested and eagerly looking forward to their morning walk.
As the warmth & togetherness of the holiday season approaches, I can’t help but think about how thankful I am to share my life with Katie & Daisy. The love these two dogs show me each & every day makes me want to ensure others in the community can enjoy the same.
In honor of the large impact of little things, I’ve decided to hold a big donation drive for aniMeals, a Meals on Wheels program – and I’d love for you to be a part of it!
I’m doing this along with members of my Working with Dog pet business community to help animals in our own community and all around the world!
This year I’ll be collecting donations to benefit the Meals on Wheels program for pets, aniMeals.
I chose Meals on Wheels because they work to foster independence and dignity for homebound seniors in Montgomery County by providing them with nutritious meals, caring contacts, and transportation.
Pets play an important role in the lives of homebound seniors, offering daily love and companionship. AniMeals was introduced in 2018 when volunteers reported that seniors were going hungry because they chose to feed their pets instead of themselves.
Y’all, no one should have to go hungry.
It takes a lot to provide the basics of animal care. Food, treats, and toys add up to thousands of dollars every year. To help this holiday season, I’ll be collecting the following items to donate to the aniMeals program:
- Wet & dry dog food
- Wet & dry cat food
Let’s do this together!
Instead of boring boxes sent by mail and opened by a single staff member or stashed in the corner for later, I think it would be so much FUN to fill up the front room of Meals on Wheels with a HUGE mountain of presents all at once.
This way we can share the giving spirit and holiday warmth with the many volunteers & pet owning seniors this holiday season.
So, as you head out to shop these next few weeks, please keep this wish list with you.
Purchase an item or two on each trip or go on a big shopping spree to Costco or Wal-Mart if you like.
How to donate:
It’s as easy as 1 – 2 – 3!
Step 1: Purchase one or more of the following items:
- Dog Food (Wet or Dry)
- Cat Food (Wet or Dry)
- Dog, Cat, or Bird Treats
- Dog, Cat, or Bird Toys
Step 2: Drop donations off at one of the following locations:
ARCpoint Labs – (936) 283-4099
2520 Research Forest Dr, Ste 400, The Woodlands, TX 77381
Weidner Insurance Agency – (936) 441-3517
945 Sgt Ed Holcomb Blvd S, Conroe, TX 77304
We Clean 4 You – (832) 928-1690
25329 Budde Rd, Ste 404, The Woodlands, TX 77380
Lenora Stein Photography – (713) 417-1633
Near Hwy 99 & Rayford Dr.;
Please call to schedule a drop off
Step 3: Be grateful & enjoy the holidays knowing that you helped to make a difference in the lives of our local seniors!
How to share:
I’ll be posting donation updates on Facebook between now and Friday December 16th so you can share in the celebration as we grow our pile of presents higher & higher.
I encourage you to share your donated gifts on your own social media too!
Follow my posts on Facebook, share my posts, and post your own pictures with #mydifference4animals.
With your help, we can shower the pets of aniMeals with holiday cheer!
Please reach out to me at lenora@LenoraSteinPhotography.com or text me at 713-417-1633 with any questions or to schedule your donation drop off.
Together, we can make a difference.
PS. Don’t forget to share this with your co-workers, friends, and family! ❤️ 🐾