Help with pet food and supplies
Below are Duval County organizations providing free pet food and supplies to families in need.
Jacksonville Humane Society (JHS) Pet Food Pantry
Saturdays, 10am to 12pm, JHS Warehouse, 1817 Foster Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32216. (Directly adjacent to the main shelter at 8464 Beach Blvd.)
Pet owners must provide proof that your pets are spayed/neutered to receive this service. No other eligibility requirements are necessary.
For information, leave a voice message at 904-493-4584 or email their Pet Help Center team
Best bet is to come by on a Saturday for more information.
Visit their website for more information.
First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP) Pet Food Bank
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.
Schedule varies based on supply. Will always be on a Saturday 10am-noon at the 464 Cassat Avenue Jacksonville, FL 32254 location.
Check their website for dates. Be sure to download the application forms.
Meals on Wheels:
Meals on Wheels provides free meals to senior citizens in need. Most of the programs also provide meals for the pets of the senior citizens in the program.
There are several programs in Duval County. Click here to search their website.
FOJA does not endorse the websites featured on this page. We provide this as informational only as a public service.