Rescue Bank is an organization that redistributes donated pet food to rescue groups, shelters and fosters in need. They are one of Greater Good’s vitally important charities. It can be difficult to visualize just how much of an impact a charity like this truly makes. That’s why we love it when our partners share their success stories with us – so we can pass them on to you!
This handsome pupper is Houdini. He was found on the streets of Oklahoma City and brought to the local shelter in hopes that someone would claim him. After three and a half days in the shelter with no sign of his owner, Houdini was rescued by Tornado Alley Bulldog Rescue and taken into their care.
Houdini spent several months in a foster home, before getting adopted into a wonderful family. During that time, his rescuers and foster parents never had to worry about keeping hungry Houdini fed, thanks to Greater Good. They supplied the love and care, and Rescue Bank supplied the food!
“Rescue Bank allows us to avoid spending donated funds on food, and instead direct it to where it is needed most – medical care for the dogs we save! Thank you SO much!” – Tornado Alley Bulldog Rescue