Pet Food Drive: June 1-15

We're partnering with the Animal Pad and the San Diego & Imperial Valley Humane Societies to help furry friends in need.

June 1-15: Pet Food Drive

March and Ash is hosting a pet food drive for the Animal Pad, San Diego Humane Society's Community Pet Pantry and Humane Society of Imperial Valley to help furry friends in need. Join the cause by donating cat or dog food (and other pet supplies, see wish list below) at any March and Ash location. Just look for the donation bins inside the lobby and let the receptionist know that you are donating pet food or supplies.

This promotion is available for in-store purchases only; not delivery.

Donate & Save at March and Ash

You can find the donations bins inside the lobby at every March and Ash location.

Receive 10% off your March and Ash purchase when you donate 5+ pounds or 5+ cans of dog or cat food.

Receive 15% off your March and Ash purchase when you donate 10+ pounds or 10+ cans of dog or cat food.

Do not donate any used, opened, or expired items. Only new items that aren't expired will be accepted!

*Limit one discount per donation per day.

Donate & Save at March and Ash

The Animal Pad

The Animal Pad is a non-profit, all breed dog rescue that focuses on saving dogs from high kill shelters and the streets of Mexico.

The Animal Pad gets them vet care, places them in foster homes and then finds them loving forever families. A few years ago, they turned their attention to the street dogs of Mexico as there is very little help for them. Since then, they have developed a large rescue network in Baja California and have a sister shelter in Ensenada that they focus on taking dogs from whenever funds allow.

The Animal Pad

The Humane Society

San Diego Humane Society, an open-admission shelter, is creating a more humane world by inspiring compassion and advancing the welfare of animals and people. Their lifesaving safety net has helped San Diego become the largest city in the U.S. to keep healthy and treatable shelter animals from being euthanized. With campuses in El Cajon, Escondido, Oceanside, Ramona and San Diego, they provide animal services for 14 cities within San Diego County. The Community Pet Pantry is a safety-net program of the San Diego Humane Society that helps keep pets with their families by providing essential food and supplies to thousands of struggling pet owners each month.

The Humane Society of Imperial Valley's mission is to better the community for both animals and people by placing as many orphaned pets into loving forever homes, and to enhance the relationship between animals and people through education. Click here to learn more.

The Humane Society

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