Brandywine Valley SPCA Receives 20,000 Pounds of Food Donation

Brandywine Valley SPCA Receives 20,000 Pounds of Food Donation

WEST CHESTER, PA — To aid pets and owners in need during the pandemic, Solid Gold Pet and The Petco Foundation donated 20,000 pounds of food for a total average of meals at over $108,000 to Brandywine Valley SPCA. Founded in 1929, the BVSPCA serves as the only open admission shelter in both Chester and Delaware Counties.

“Our friends at Petco Foundation did it again. We’re blown away by their generosity and the kindness of their friends Solid Gold Pet Nutrition with this delivery of nearly 20,000 pounds of Solid Gold food. This will set us up for our next drive-thru pet food pantries so we can return to Chester Township, Dover and Georgetown,” states the Brandywine Valley SPCA. “Thank you Petco Foundation and Solid Gold for supporting us and the families in need in our area.”

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The donations included gut-friendly products for both dogs and cats delivered in 44lb bags. The donation will provide support for the Brandywine Valley SPCA’s drive-thru pet food pantries.

“Now more than ever, we at Solid Gold understand the importance of giving back to our communities. Supporting families in need and their pets is a mission of ours and we remain committed to this at all times,” said Julie Barron, CEO & President, Solid Gold Pet. “Thank you Petco Foundation for helping us in making this donation so that Brandywine Valley SPCA can do what they do best in keeping the animals we love happy and healthy.”

Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Solid Gold offers products that support cat and dogs’ systems by providing food that cleanses, balances, and fuels the gut so they can experience health inside and out.

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