In 2010, we started the Pet Food Bank as a way of keeping pets in their homes and with their families, instead of in shelters. Since its first year, we have been able to offer more than 1.8 million pounds of pet food to qualified, low-income families.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets’ Jacksonville Pet Food Bank provides a one-month supply of cat or dog food to households with up to 4 dogs and 5 cats. To be eligible, all of your pets must be spayed or neutered. If your family qualifies for free food, but your pet is not yet spayed or neutered, you are also eligible for our free spay/neuter surgeries.
We can only help pets and the people who love them through the support of the community. Any donation of pet food is greatly appreciated!
Option 1: Order online through our Amazon.com Pet Food Bank Wishlist (mailed directly to us)
Option 2: Visit one of our Pet Food Bank drop-off locations
Option 3: Bring unopened bags/cans of food to our Cassat Regional Veterinary Hospital directly, located at 464 Cassat Ave., Jacksonville, FL 32254
Food will only be given out on designated distribution dates.
There is no advantage to be gained by arriving more than 30 minutes earlier than our opening time. All qualified recipients will be given the appropriate amount of dog or cat food if they arrive before closing time. Hours for October – April will be 10 am – 12 noon and hours May – September will be 9 am – 11 am.
Cassat Regional Veterinary Hospital
464 Cassat Avenue
Jacksonville, FL 32254
To qualify, you must fall under one of the following categories:
Or fall under one of the following income guidelines:
PLEASE NOTE, we ask that you keep your pets at home during food pickup. Please bring:
Click the map below to see current drop-off locations:
Interested in becoming a drop-off location for our Pet Food Bank? Here are the steps:
In 2010, we started the Pet Food Bank as a way of keeping pets in their homes and with their families, instead of in shelters. Since its first year, we have been able to offer more than 1.4 million pounds of pet food to qualified, low-income families.
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