December Food Drive-HUGE SUCCESS!!

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A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL…who volunteered their time, and to the public-YOU-who helped fill SEVEN carts worth of food.

 Special Thank You to the volunteers from Windsor High: Jesse, Louis, Meghan, Amanda, Robert and Jimmy.  Thank you to Tina from Stop and Shop for all your help and support, as always.

This coming December 19th will be our annual holiday food drive at the Windsor Stop & Shop.  This drive is needed so that we can get as much food donated to help local families in need get through this coming winter.  Donations, both food and monetary, help people in need KEEP their pets in their homes and out of the shelters.  Thank you for your generosity.

This year our food drive will be held at
Stop and Shop, Kennedy Rd. Windsor
December 19th, 2015
9am-3pm.
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2015 Archives…

OUR NEXT FUNDRAISER….

On Saturday, May 2, 2015, Dom’s Broad Street Eatery is again generously donating 10% of their sales to benefit FOWACC.  Stop by Dom’s, have a great meal, and support a great cause!  8am-2pm.  300 Broad St, Windsor, CT.

NBC’s FEAST TV: Dom’s Eatery Video

Dom's Eatery

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3/31/15

FOWACC would like to thank the children at St. Gabriel’s for their recent food drive.  Great job!

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FOWACC would like to give special thanks to PET SUPPLIES PLUS for all their generous donations of late. 

UPDATE:  12/14/14:   RICK, THE MANAGER, AND THE STAFF – OF PET SUPPLIES PLUS (1773 BERLIN TNPK., WETHERSFIELD)… ARE GENEROUSLY RUNNING A MONTH LONG  “FILL THE CART” DRIVE AT THE STORE.  IF YOU ARE IN THE AREA, PLEASE STOP BY AND SUPPORT FOWACC.  EVEN ONE CAN CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE, AND KEEP PETS IN LOVING HOMES.  THANK YOU!

Mayor Trinks Stepping Up to Head Pound Committee

Here is a great article from the Courant regarding Mayor Trinks stepping up to head the Committee to get this pound done!

     “WINDSOR — As the owner of Bart’s Drive In, Donald Trinks has been serving the edible kind of dogs for years, but now he’s stepping up to try to help the pet-able kind as well.  Trinks, who is also the town’s mayor, has volunteered to lead a committee that will focus on getting a new dog pound built in town for much less than the $1 million price tag that has been quoted by contractors who bid on the job.”   Read More at Courant.com