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We believe in supporting the needs of our animal companions and the healing qualities of the human-animal bond. Grants may include spay & neuter clinics, adoption centers and improvements in animal welfare.

For individuals with lower incomes, the benefits and comfort of owning a pet can come at too high a price. To keep pets and their owners healthy, Don’t Forget To Feed Me provides free pet food to low-income or disadvantaged pet owners through local pet food pantries, senior centers, and their partnership with the American Red Cross. The organization aims to ensure that no pet owner ever denies themselves food, medication, or other necessities in order to keep their pet companion fed. Their work allows pet owners to provide nutritionally appropriate food for their pet and not sacrifice their own wellbeing.

Gifts will be used to purchase cat and dog food to distribute in the North Texas region.

Gifts of $1,000 or more are greatly appreciated.

Total Budget: $17,000

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center is an 1,800-acre conservation facility located near Glen Rose committed to saving species in peril, protecting the land, educating the public, and training professionals. FRWC aids in the conservation of animals facing extinction through successful breeding programs resulting in the births of cheetahs, rhinos, antelope, giraffes, birds and several wolf species.With over 1,100 animals in need of care, Fossil Rim is raising $750,000 for a fully functional veterinary hospital. Funding is essential to complete a 1,500-square-foot expansion of its current vet clinic. With this facility, FRWC’s veterinary team will be able to save more lives, increase species reproduction and research, and better educate veterinary students. Approximately 1,100 animals will be served annually.

$2,500  – Purchase new medical clinic equipment and animal care supplies

$5,000 – Support the buildout of the new veterinary hospital

$5,000 – Provide funds towards a digital x-ray machine to care for animals and confirm pregnancy in the cheetah

Total Project Budget


The Humane Society of North Texas is the largest animal shelter in Tarrant County, saving pets that are homeless, neglected, or injured. In 2019, HSNT completed 10,905 adoptions, spayed/neutered 3,092 public pets, and saved over 300 pets from cruelty.

HSNT is building a state-of-the-art cruelty investigations center to house and treat pets saved from cruelty and neglect. It will provide larger kennels, an exam area and an outdoor play yard. This new facility enables HSNT to assist local law enforcement agencies in their rescue efforts, allows pets to receive quality care, and will serve approximately 1,000 pets annually.

$1,000 – Purchases a cat kennel or dog run

$3,000 – Provides a cat condo play area or bathing station

$5,000 – Covers the cost of half the turf needed for the play yard

Total Budget


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If you have any questions about funding a nonprofit project, please contact Vicki Andrews at vandrews@northtexascf.org or call 817.877.0702.

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