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Butternut Box’s charitable donations

Butternut Box, a company offering subscription services to deliver fresh dog food to doors, is supporting animal charities across the UK thanks to its delivery of food packages. Butternut Box meals are made with human-standard meat and vegetables, which are cooked to create tasty and complete meals, balanced with vitamins and minerals for dogs at every age.

Butternut Box managed to deliver over 2000 nutritious meals to dogs in need and have an initiative that for every new dog signed up to their subscription service, they donate a meal to a dog in need.

The delivery was part of their “mission” to support the health and happiness of dogs worldwide, Butternut Box explained in a press release. This was achieved during 2021 by donating to their charity partners: The Mayflower Sanctuary in West Yorkshire, Dogs 4 Rescue a rehoming centre in Manchester, and Foal Farm, a rescue centre in Kent. Butternut Box partnered with The Mayflower Sanctuary this year.

“We couldn’t continue to do what we do if it wasn’t for the support of companies like Butternut Box,” explained Mick Shepherd, the Kennel Manager at The Mayflower Sanctuary. “With dogs coming in, many having suffered such hardship we are happy to be able to feed them quality food like Butternut Box. The dogs love it, they thrive on it.”

“We love being able to visit our charity partners and offer a helping hand to these wonderful causes who are helping so many dogs find a home in the UK,” Hannah Hesketh, the charity coordinator at Butternut Box added. “This is an important time to give back to others and dogs are no exception, so we feel privileged to be delivering simple, tasty and complete meals to dogs who will benefit from it most.”

David Nolan, co-founder of Butternut Box concluded: “It’s been so inspiring to see all the great work our charity partners do. I feel so lucky that with the help of our customers and the help of our team that we’re able to give back to dogs less fortunate than the ones we’re lucky enough to feed.”

Source: Butternut Box

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