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Rescue Bank for animals is looking for volunteers in Houston, TX

Rescue Bank is looking for volunteers
Rescue Bank is looking for volunteers
Georg Williams/Rescue Bank Press Kit

Rescue Bank, a food bank for animals in Houston, TX, is looking for volunteers to become part of their wonderful organization. Rescue Bank's sole purpose is to help smaller rescue groups and poorly funded shelters by providing pet food, supplies, donations and publicity.

Volunteers may contribute their time to the following areas:

Program Support

  • Operating the food warehouse, sorting supplies, filling orders
  • Researching and writing grants for donations from foundations
  • Soliciting supplies and coordinating deliveries from donors

Administrative Support

  • Planning and operating fundraising parties, food drives, and artist events
  • Light bookkeeping and filing
  • Building and maintaining the website
  • Publicity, public service announcements

If you or anyone you know is interesting in learning more, why not join Rescue Bank for an evening of edibles and elixirs on October 28th, 2010 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 874 Country Lane, Houston, TX, 77024.

Please R.S.V.P. by e-mailing

To learn  more about Rescue Bank, visit


  • Profile picture of Beverly Mucha
    Beverly Mucha 4 years ago

    Extra helping hands are always needed, hope there are plenty of volunteers knocking on the doors.
    ~Winona Cooking Examiner~
    ~Winona Home and Living Examiner~

  • Pat Anthony/Charlotte Healthy Living Examiner 4 years ago

    Such a great group. Now I have to look for one near me.

  • Profile picture of Charles Higgins
    Charles Higgins 4 years ago

    Worthy cause here..hope they derive their needs..your article should help..


  • Profile picture of Carol Roach
    Carol Roach 4 years ago

    I hope they get their volunteers

  • Betty Welch 4 years ago

    A helpful hint that you may want to consider is to place a link in your article that goes to a map. It would save time and the fact that some people are lazy and won't go to Mapquest to see where this place is, having a link may lead to more help for them.

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