It’s the season for giving! On Saturday, November 30th from 2 to 5 pm, come to the Philadelphia Brewing Company‘s annual Open House to celebrate the season and give back. The Philadelphia Brewing Company will be raising money for the Citizens for No Kill Philadelphia’s Community Pet Pantry, Four the Paws Rescue, and Tigger House Rescue in Kabul, Afghanistan.
There will be a suggested $10 donation collected at the door and additional donations of pet food, blankets, and pet supplies are greatly appreciated. Additional donations of pet food, blankets & pet supplies will gladly be accepted at the door! Try your share of PBC brews, enjoy the company of friends, and tour the brewery while helping to save pets!
A little bit about CNKP Pet Pantry
The Community Pet Pantry was created by Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia and Love Four Paws. The pantry helps low-income families keep their cats and dogs by giving them FREE supplemental pet food and supplies. The Community Pet Pantry targets specific Philadelphia neighborhoods each month in order to serve those families in need all around our city. To qualify for free food and supplies, you must provide proof of financial hardship. Acceptable documents include a social security award letter, unemployment award letter, disability award letter, most recent pay stub from your employer, a retirement voucher, a bank statement, proof of overdue bills or outstanding payments.
A little bit about the Philadelphia Brewing Company
As the oldest and largest brewing facility in our area, the Philadelphia Brewing Company brews their beer fresh daily. The brewery was originally constructed by Weisbrod & Hess Oriental Brewing Company and designed by brewery architect A.C. Wagner over 125 years ago!
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Although she went to law school and later became a criminal defense attorney, her true love was always pets – especially dogs. After becoming the proud parent of a Yorkshire Terrier named Dash, she created her own blog called, “The Philly Dog” to showcase pet-friendly Philadelphia and to have an outlet to discuss Dash’s struggles with severe separation anxiety.