The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPCAAC) is collecting donations for needy animals and humans at The Arts Garage (TAG) this holiday season.
Join TAG in its collection of necessities for our four-legged companions under the care of the Humane Society of Ottawa County. The Humane Society of Ottawa County is a non-profit no-kill shelter that operates solely on donations from the community. It receives no public funding and relies 100% on donors to keep running.
Items Needed: Magic Erasers and cleaning supplies; Liquid laundry detergent; Paper towels; Heavy-duty large garbage bags (13 and 30 gallon); Dog and cat treats; Dog and cat toys; Purina Cat Chow (Complete, Gentle or Naturals); Friskies or Fancy Feast canned cat food; Purina One, Pure Balance or Nature’s Recipe or Nutrish Dry and Wet Dog food (or any brand without dyes); Cash donations (To be used for utilities, staff, vet bills, maintenance and other expenses)
The GPCAAC is also accepting donations of new items for men, women, and children, especially warm hats, gloves, socks and other cold weather gear for its second annual “Giving Tree” this winter.
Items needed include: Men’s, women’s and children’s warm hats, beanies, ear muffs; Gloves, mittens; Socks; Scarves
Items can be placed on the tree in the holiday spirit of giving, or placed on the table with donations for our furry friends.
Donations can be dropped off at The Arts Garage, commonly called TAG, now through Jan. 30. The Arts Garage is located in the city’s old maintenance garage at 317 W. Perry Street in Port Clinton. Hours are seven days a week except major holidays, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., by appointment or by chance!
For more information about the GPCAAC and events happening at TAG, visit www.gpcaac.org.