Baltimore Humane Society’s Bmore Kind Pet Food Bank

As the owner and chairman of Fairfax, Virginia-based Brown Automotive Group, Ltd., William E. Schuiling manages auto dealerships for several vehicle models, including Honda, Jeep, Mazda, Mercedes, and Toyota. A supporter of animal welfare causes, William Schuiling, in conjunction with Brown’s Honda City and Brown’s Toyota of Glen Burnie, donated $12,000 to Baltimore Humane Society in 2016.

Founded in 1927, Baltimore Humane Society operates a no-kill shelter for animals that is supported by public donations. It also operates the Bmore Kind Pet Food Bank, which offers food for animals to pet owners who, often due to unforeseen circumstances, are unable to afford it.

Owners of indoor pets are invited to visit the food bank’s location at 1601 Nicodemus Road in Reisterstown once a month, where volunteers will provide them with a month’s supply of food for their pets.

Donors can support the charity’s efforts by supplying it with dry cat and dog food, regardless of brand. The society also accepts donations of Science Diet-branded canned and dry pet foods for the animals it shelters.