Pet Food Pantry

Pet Food Donation Program
A Subsidiary of PACC911

Filling a Vital Community Need

Our Chuck Waggin Pet Food Pantry assists low income families and the elderly with food for their pets, thus assuring that pets can stay in the home rather than be relinquished.

Through its food donation program and referral network, Chuck Waggin Pet Food Pantry assists families in crisis by providing pet food to those who may not be able to afford it.



This innovative program helps keep beloved family pets home where they belong, as opposed to being turned into a shelter or rescue.

How to donate food and supplies to us!

Keep animals and the families
who love them together

Our greatest needs:

  • Dog food
  • Cat food
  • Kitty litter
  • Pet supplies: bowls, leashes, toys

Call us at Chuck Waggin

YES! We’ll take your open food bags and pet food up to a year past its expiration date!

Drop off locations

We have two drop-off locations in the valley, but we recommend that you call ahead to verify hours, especially during the pandemic.

Please call these locations first due to fluctuating pandemic conditions.

Doggy Daze Grooming
5555 N. 7th St., #126, Phoenix, AZ 85014
(Hours: M-F 9am-6pm; Sat 8am-5pm; Sun 9am-4pm) 602.626.5006

McClintock Animal Care Center Vet Clinic
1836 E. Elliot Rd. Tempe, AZ 85284
(Hours: M-Th 7:30am-6:30pm; Fri 7:30am-5:30pm; Sat 8am-1pm; Closed Sun) 480.820.2822

Want to help but don’t have time to drop off at one of our locations?

Just click the button below to make a donation of food or supplies that we need, and it comes directly from Chewy’s to Chuck Waggin. We’ll then distribute your generous donation to our clients.

Feed a pet with a cash donation!

Your contribution goes directly to purchase food for pet families in need.

Donate Online

Contribute online with a one-time donation of your choosing.

Donate Monthly

Contribute online with a recurring monthly donation.

Donate by Mail

  Mail donations to:

PACC911 -Chuck Waggin

10645 N Tatum Blvd.
Suite 200-516
Phoenix, AZ 85028


Keeping families in need together with their loved pets


These are the people who make it happen!

A subsidiary of PACC911,  Chuck Waggin was founded in 2012 by Donna Barker to address the needs of too many people abandoning their pets because they could no longer afford to keep them.

Chuck Waggin is a vital arm of PACC911,  providing much needed pet food and pet service referrals to keep animals and the families who love them together.

Donna Barker President/Founder

“I love all dogs and cats. I formed Chuck Waggin’ Pet Food Pantry, a division of PACC911, because I wanted to make a difference in the lives of hungry pets and the families who own them.

I was in the mortgage industry for more than 30 years as a Manager, Regional Manager and Managing Vice President. Pets are a big part of the American family today and some of these families are being torn apart because of financial difficulties. If I can help at least 1 family stay together with their pet, by helping feed that animal through Chuck Waggin’ Pet Food Pantry, then I have started the process of achieving my goal.”

Tina Lopez Vice President

In addition to serving on the board for Chuck Waggin, Tina is PACC911’s vice president and current President for the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). She built a career in the nonprofit sector working for the Arizona Humane Society, Arizona Animal Welfare League, The Arizona Pet Project (formerly Friends of Animal Care & Control), Save the Family Foundation, Child Crisis Arizona and Animal Outlook (formerly Compassion Over Killing).

A professional certified fund raiser holding the prestigious CFRE designation, Tina currently serves as the Director of Development for Duet: Partners In Health & Aging. She is very passionate about the cause of animal welfare, causes that serve vulnerable populations and those without a voice. 

Tina has been involved in Animal Welfare since 2003 and she and her boyfriend, Dan, share their home with several senior and special needs Chihuahuas and four spoiled rescued cats.

Marilyn Casper Secretary

“When I think about what is important in my life, not only do family and special people come to mind, but also pets. I have an affinity for the senior population, and realize the value and significance pets play in the lives of the elderly.

‘I promote our Chuck Waggin Pet Food Pantry wherever I go. We have three rescue dogs in our household and I treasure each one. I can’t imagine my life without pets and love being involved in the animal community. Pets, like people, are products of their upbringing and environment, but even in bad situations, pets can still manage to love unconditionally. The life lessons we can all learn from these special, innocent animals is astounding!”

Marty Buck

Marty Buck has been volunteering with animals since 1990 when, as she puts it, “she fell into the animal abyss.” One of the requirements to receive food for pets from Chuck Waggin Pet Food Pantry is the client must get their pet(s) spayed/neutered. Currently Marty is the Spay/Neuter Coordinator for Chuck Waggin after having retired from State government. She was one of the original founders of Altered Tails.

PACC911 Chuck Waggin Board member Valerie Shulte
Valerie Schulte

Valerie “Val” Schulte is originally from Iowa and comes from a big family.  She grew up on a farm, which is where her love for all animals began. 

Val is retired from the U S Postal Service after thirty two years and  previously volunteered for organizations such as Lost Our Home Pet Foundation before finding Chuck Waggin Pet Food Pantry.  She brings her expertise of organization and streamlining operations, along with her desire for fundraising, to better assist with the medical needs of the animals Chuck Waggin serves.  She shares her home with two beautiful fur kids Tiggy and Pawz. 



We want to hear from you! The pets need your help!

Call us at 602.734.4117