BECOME A PET FOOD PROVIDER

Many food banks, soup kitchens and homeless shelters are distributing pet food to the homeless and low income who have pets. Your assistance to the homeless in your community is greatly appreciated. Becoming a Feeding Pets of the Homeless® Pet Food Provider site is another way to help. We know that providing pet food may open the door to provide folks a beginning to the journey out of homelessness. 

If your agency is interested in becoming a Pet Food Provider, please use “Contact Us” with your information and we will enlist Donation Sites to bring you donated pet food. We will list your organization under Pet Food Provider on the website so the homeless can find you. If you would like a decal (Get Pet Food Here) to display at your location please let us know.

Homeless Shelters, for information on getting free sleeping crates please “Contact Us.”

  • If your business does not yet have a website, please link us to your facebook so we can learn a little more about all of the awesome work you are doing!
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    I hereby acknowledge and agree to serve as a member/volunteer for Feeding Pets of the Homeless, 400 West King Street, Suite 200, Carson City, NV 89703. I give my consent and agree to release, indemnify and hold harmless Feeding Pets of the Homeless (DBA: Pets of the Homeless) and all personnel, including but not limited to its officers, agents and/or employees, other participants, sponsors, advertisers, I hereby assume all of the risks of participating as a volunteer, with respect to any and all injury, disability, death or loss or damage of person or property, whether arising from negligence of the releases or otherwise, to the fullest extent permitted by law. I agree to comply with the guidelines and conditions for participation. See Fundraising Policies here: http://www.petsofthehomeless.org/fundraising-policy-for-pets-of-the-homeless/ Pets of the Homeless reserves the right to terminate this agreement at any time. I also grant Feeding Pets of the Homeless the right to use photographs of me at events and activities and use the photographs in future advertising including online webpage.

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Suggest A Pet Assistance Organization – are we missing an agency that can help pets that belong to homeless people? We would really appreciate your help in building our Resource pages into a great source that the homeless everywhere can use.

Annual Report

Check out our Annual Report. It’s PAW-some! 

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WITH YOU BY OUR SIDE, TOGETHER WE SERVE BETTER

24,548

veterinary treatments paid

$2,752,883

given in veterinary care, pet food & crates

1,688,721 Lbs

pet food collected

218

donation sites nationwide

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A woman living in an RV with no hook ups for the past 5 years is in CA. She is disabled and receives SSDI.She reached out to Feeding Pets of the Homeless for her 9-year-old male neutered pit-bull, Bubba.Bubba had an ear hematoma that was severe.An intake was completed and homeless verification was provided.His exam was approved at a Partner Animal Hospital. Following the exam, it was determined that Bubba would need surgery to fix the ear hematoma.Surgery was completed and his vaccinations were updated at that time.Feeding Pets of the Homeless contributed $2,000 towards Bubba’s care.Feeding Pets of the Homeless received a generous partnership discount of $1,418.Bubba’s mom reported back to our case manager a few days after surgery and shared that he is doing wonderful in his recovery. ... See MoreSee Less
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