This Black Friday, instead of giveaway deals, we're giving back meals. Nov. 24 from 7-11am is "Give Back Black Friday!" Visit any Chuck & Don's and we'll instantly donate pet food for every person (one lb.) and pet (two lbs.). No purchase necessary, just tell a team member, "Count me in!" Share your pictures when you stop in and tag: #FeedPetsInNeed MN/WI donation recipients are: Channel One Regional Food Bank-Rochester, Second Harvest Heartland, Red Wing Area Food Shelf and United Way St. Croix Valley Resource Center. CO donation recipient is: Pets of the Homeless. Last year, you helped us donate more than 4,674 lbs. Let's make it more in 2017! There's no better deal than helping those in need. Sponsored by
Updated: September 1-15, Chuck & Don's accepted monetary donations for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts with 100% of the donations going to local Texas shelters (Austin Pets Alive and Harris County Animal Shelter). With your amazing help we raised more than $40,000! Chuck & Don's will match the donations to further support the families and pets in need. Now through September 30, Chuck & Don's will assist our local shelters helping all hurricane relief efforts by collecting in-demand items (listed below). We encourage customers to purchase items to donate and/or donate gently used items. If you have any questions on the items listed below, please ask your local Chuck & Don's team, they are ready to help! Thank you for your generosity!
- Durable Dog Toys
With Help from Customers, the Pet Food and Supplies Retailer will Raise Money for Area Shelters and Rescues MAHTOMEDI, Minn. - Chuck & Don's, the destination pet supplies store with excellent customer service and a wide selection of products, has launched a campaign to raise funds for shelters and rescues affected by Hurricane Harvey. Customers can contribute at the Chuck & Don's store nearest them through September 15. In addition to area people and businesses, the historic rains and flooding have affected some of Houston's most vulnerable residents: pets. Animals already in need have been joined by animals needing shelter as they wait to be reunited with their displaced owners, and many shelters have been compromised. "Like many, we've watched Hurricane Harvey's effect on Houston and the surrounding areas with heavy hearts," said Bob Hartzell, CEO and President of Chuck & Don's. "One of our core values at Chuck &a