Montgomery County Humane Society Holding Two Food Distribution Events
The MCHS will be holding food distribution events on Tuesday, January 12th and Thursday, January 14th from 12-2PM at their rescue located at 601 S. Stonestreet Avenue in Rockville.
Free cat and dog food will be handed out on a first-come, first serve basis.
Full press release below:
January 8, 2021 – Rockville, MD – As COVID-19 cases rise in our region, our community
continues to be impacted by the economic toll it has taken. In an effort to help members of our
community who have hit hard times, the Montgomery County Humane Society will be hosting a series of free cat and dog food distribution events at our rescue building in Rockville.
The first distribution event of 2021 kicks off on Tuesday, January 12 from 12 – 2 p.m. These are the
events currently scheduled:
Tuesdays: January 12 and 19, 12 – 2 pm
Thursdays: January 14 and 21, 12 – 2 pm
Food will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. For everyone’s safety, masks and social
distancing are required.
The MCHS rescue building is located at 601 S. Stonestreet Avenue in Rockville. Parking and the front door are located at the back of the building. It is a short walk from the Rockville Metro station.
MCHS provides further assistance with its low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic for cats and dogs. The clinic is
the first and only one of its kind in Montgomery County, and is dedicated to ending animal
homelessness by offering affordable options for these life-saving procedures. Appointments can be
requested online at www.mchumane.org under the “Clinic” tab.
For more information and distribution event dates as they become available, please visit
www.mchumane.org or call 240-252-2555.
MCHS is here to support our community. Let’s be humane together.
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About the Montgomery County Humane Society, Inc.
The Montgomery County Humane Society in Rockville, MD, is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit animal welfare organization dedicated to ending animal homelessness in our community through humane education, community outreach and pet adoptions. MCHS has been serving the Montgomery County community and beyond since 1958, and is the County’s preeminent animal welfare organization, having operated the Montgomery County Animal Shelter for more than 55 years, and becoming fully independent and privately funded in 2014.
MCHS operates a private, no-kill rescue for cats and dogs in Rockville, and provides
community-serving services, including a low-cost spay and neuter clinic and a pet food pantry.
information visit www.mchumane.org.