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.
Don’t Forget to Feed Me (DF2FM) partners with eight North Texas area distribution centers and 13 senior centers to provide pet food at no cost to individuals who can’t financially afford it. By providing pet food for those in need, they offer an alternative to surrendering or abandoning a family pet. DF2FM helps ensure that no pet owner has to choose between stay or go.
Grants of $1,000 – $5,000 are appreciated.
Focused on caring for animals in need, the Humane Society of North Texas provides services such as pet adoptions, low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, cruelty investigations and returning lost pets to their owners. In 2018, the HSNT served more than 23,000 animals. Funding is needed to purchase vaccinations, microchips and medical tests so HSNT can continue saving animals every year.
Grants of $1,000 to $5,000 are appreciated.
Dog and cat overpopulation is not just an animal issue; it is a societal issue that can adversely impact the health and welfare of an entire community. Through its three-year “Snip, Snip, Hooray!” campaign, Saving Hope Foundation intends to combat the dog and cat overpopulation by providing 33,000 free spay/neuter services and 10,000 low-cost wellness services to low-income pet owners in twelve targeted ZIP codes in Fort Worth through a clinic located in Southeast Fort Worth. Education is a key component to ending the cycle of animal overpopulation, abuse and neglect. The Saving Hope Foundation has partnered with the Fort Worth Independent School District (FWISD) to provide animal welfare and safety courses at 29 elementary schools.
Funding for specific needs include:
- $800: 10 Canine or Feline spay or neuter surgeries includes supplies, microchip, and pain meds
- $1,350: Funding for 1 month of Animal Transportation
- $8,100: Funding for 6 months of Animal Transportation
- $10,000: 1 year of FWISD Animal Welfare and Safety courses (reaches approx. 15,000 students)
If you have any questions about funding a nonprofit project, please contact Vicki Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817.877.0702.