Our Board

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Our mission is to help provide pet food and pet service referrals to keep pets and the families who love them together.

For more information, please call:

602-734-4117

Donna Barker – President/FounderDonna Barker

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. I now work part time for the City of Phoenix, Parks and Recreation Division. 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 President10530897_10204870814033794_3830019342301435381_n (1)

Tina Lopez has been involved in Animal Welfare since 2003.  She has volunteered for many organizations and in addition to serving on the board for Chuck Waggin’, she currently fosters Chihuahuas for Maricopa County Animal Care & Control.  Tina has built a career in non-profit working for the Arizona Humane Society, Arizona Animal Welfare League and most recently the Executive Director of The Arizona Pet Project (formerly “Friends of Animal Care & Control”).  She also was a founding board member of Lost Our Home Pet Foundation, serving as the Vice President on their nonprofit board.  Tina currently serves as the Chief Development Officer for Save the Family Foundation which serves homeless, veteran and working poor families in Maricopa County. She is very passionate about the cause of animal welfare and those without a voice!

Marilyn Casper-Secretary

Marilyn Casper
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 4 rescue dogs in our household and I treasure each one: Darby, Samantha, Tazz, and Chance. 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. What lessons we all can learn from these special, innocent animals.

Sarah Barr

Sarah Barr is an Arizona native with more than a dozen years of marketing experience under her belt, along with a Bachelor of Science Business Marketing degree from University of Phoenix. She believes the discipline

of marketing can be applied to any industry or organization, and during her career has been fortunate enough to diversify her portfolio with everything from real estate and travel to vehicle accessibility and transportation. She is currently the Marketing Director for Estrella by Newland Communities, a new home community in Goodyear, which is a position she has held since December 2016. On a more personal level, she has a passion for helping animals and has three dogs and a cat of her own. She also loves to travel and believes experiencing different cultures can change one’s perspective. This openness to experiencing new things translates to her work where she is creative, bold, unafraid to take risks, and embraces the ever-changing landscape of the marketing industry.

Marty Buck

Marty Buck has been volunteering with animals since 1990 when she, as she puts it, “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 and deals with them now on a daily basis, while driving pets to their spay or neuter surgeries.