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Kitchen Help for Pets

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BRANCH: A New Beginning

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If you love helping pets and people, this may be the opportunity for you. We have an all natural pet treat and supplement charity that all of our profits go to help victims and survivors of human trafficking.

So our business is growing, but I need your help. We sell online both at Etsy and Ebay. We have two store fronts. One at the New Baltimore Trade Center and a set up at the Royal Oak Farmers Market every Saturday. Demand is growing, and being able to help survivors is awesome!

I need help in our kitchens during the week day or week nights. Baking is a huge need. All the dough will be pre-made with our special recipes. I have commercial biscuit cutters, and plenty of trays. Just need help several times a month and maybe more going into the holidays. You can see both our kitchens on www.etsy.com/shop/pawzkitchen (way at the bottom of our page).

I have over 30 products that come out of our kitchens. Having you become a part of this would be awesome!

I am NOT able to work with someone on the weekends because my husband an I are working at our store and shows each weekend. I need someone who can do about 6 hours possibly once a week. Or if willing to do more, I won't say no. :D I can be flexible as far as times most of the time, but commitment is a MUST! If you are not able to do it, please do not volunteer. I have a very tight schedule to make things, order, package, pay bills, marinate, dehydrate, etc and when someone does not follow through with their commitment, it takes me over a week to get back on schedule to produce accordingly. This is not fair to our customers or the survivors who reap the benefits of our sales.

Can't wait to work with you! There is plenty to do if you are looking to keep busy. And the best part is seeing happy pets, and even happier survivors :D

** There are peanuts so if you are highly allergic, there may be cross contamination, although I work hard to avoid that.

**.Also if you cannot handle pork, please let me know. Some of our treats include bacon.

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About BRANCH: A New Beginning


PO Box 381220, Clinton Twp, MI 48038, US

Mission Statement

BRANCH: A New Beginning is a non-profit Christian organization committed to postively changing the lives of women and restoring hope by teaching pesonal accountability, boundaries, integrity, life skills education, and work-related programs. The foundation of change is a life centered at the heart of Biblical principles.


BRANCH is a Southeast Michigan non-profit organization (status pending) that is working on residential aftercare to help victims of human trafficking. We have been awaiting our tax exempt status for 16 months now, but we are still working on our first home. So our biggest form of income right now is our famous recycling program.

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We'll work with your schedule.


33229 VistawayFraser, MI 48026



  • Farming
  • Cooking / Catering
  • Public Relations
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Baking
  • Community Outreach




  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • About 6 hrs a week. Can be somewhat flexible, but most of my baking time is in the morning due to doing everything myself.
  • It is cement flooring with a cushioned kitchen mat, so must be able to stand for 6 hrs. Also have to be able to do stairs since kitchen is downstairs. Also cannot be afraid of dogs. Have two German Shepherds.

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