Gift Wrapping This Season

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Come see us at Barnes and Noble (17th & Wanamaker, Topeka) while you’re out shopping for the holidays this month, and get your gifts wrapped for free! We are also taking any donations to help people and their furry friends in need in our community. PANT Board members and volunteers will be at B&N on …

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2017 Tails on the Trail


On Saturday, November 4, PANT Board members Joe Cook, Liz Smith, Tonya Wendling, Melissa Ward (and her fur child, Sullivan), and Justin Brokar attended Tails on the Trail. The 8th annual fundraiser for Helping Hands brought together over 100 owners and their dogs on a race at the Shawnee North Community Center. Not only were …

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2017 Sleep-in-a-Box


PANT Board members Kelley Robinson, Tonya Wendling, and Sheri Diehl spoke at the Sleep-in-a-Box event at Seaman High School. Tonya brought her adorable boxer to meet with students, and made quite a few friends! The fundraiser, hosted by the Seaman Interact Club, helps raise funds to organizations that serve those in need in the Topeka …

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2016-2017 Audit


The PANT Audit Committee completed their annual audit for the period of June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2017 after reviewing funds provided to the Topeka Rescue Mission, funds received from the Topeka Community Foundation, and, financial records maintained by the PANT Treasurer.

Click here to see the most recent audit report for the audit …

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PANT Celebrates 10 Years of Service!

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PANT celebrated it’s 10th anniversary on Sunday, September 17th, 2017 with an all-you-can-eat breakfast and lunch buffet benefit at the Fairlawn Plaza Mall. Since 2007, PANT has provided necessary pet assistance services to families seeking help at the Topeka Rescue Mission and Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging. Guests at the fundraiser were able to enjoy …

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PANT visits the Red Couch Show!

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On August 29 three board members of PANT were guests on The Red Couch show with Ralph Hipp. They were Joe Cook, Tonya Wendling and Stan Walker. They talked about the upcoming event at Grandma Wock’s on September 17, which is both a fundraiser and a celebration of the ten year anniversary of PANT.

Celebrate our 10th Anniversary in September!

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Enjoy breakfast or lunch for a great cause!

PANT (Pet Assistance Network of Topeka) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary, and you’re invited! Bring your family and friends to Grandma Wock’s at Fairlawn Plaza Mall for an all-you-can-eat breakfast and lunch buffet benefit in support of PANT. The buffet will be open at 10AM until 2PM on Sunday, September …

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2017 Topeka Gives

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On June 6, 2017 at the Fairlawn Plaza Mall in Topeka, PANT participated in the Topeka Gives event sponsored by the Topeka Community Foundation.  This is PANT’s 4th year to set up a booth at this exciting event. In addition to being a major fundraiser, this event gives PANT the opportunity to tell our mission …

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Catch us on the Red Couch Show!

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On June 5, 2017, PANT Board member Joe Cook, DVM appeared on WIBW’s Red Couch program along with Topeka Community Foundation Executive Director Marsha Pope. Ms. Pope was on the program to encourage viewers to attend the Topeka Gives event on June 6th. As a wonderful example of the many community not-for-profit organizations that would …

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A Fresh Start for Brandy’s Family


We recently received wonderful news that another family has been reunited! In October 2016, Brandy sought help at the Topeka Rescue Mission while PANT was able to place her four dogs at a local veterinary clinic until she was able to find a new home for her family. Her hope was to find stable …

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PANT visits the Topeka City Council


On December 13, 2016, PANT had the opportunity to address the Topeka City Council during the public comment portion of the Council meeting. Joe Cook, DVM, was able to tell the Council about PANT’s mission and explained our partnership with other agencies within the community. PANT would like to thank Topeka City Councilwoman …

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