Community Pet Food Bank

UAF's Community Pet Food Bank feeds approximately 400 cats and 200 dogs each month. In 2018, we distributed almost 36,000 pounds of nutritious food for hungry cats and dogs.  In addition to feeding hungry pets, one of the primary goals of the food bank is to make sure pets are spayed or neutered, and that is one of the requirements for being eligible for food. Recipients with unaltered animals are assisted through the Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Certificate Program.

 DM18453 2Food is distributed the last Sunday of each month from the Catholic Charities parking lot in Prescott and from CASA Senior & Community Center in Prescott Valley.  Recipients are qualified based on income, and all animals in the household must be spayed or neutered.  For more information on the Community Pet Food Bank or to see if you qualify for assistance, please call 928-778-2924, wait for the tone and leave a message with your contact information.  A volunteer will call you about the program.

The Community Pet Food Bank is made possible by generous contributions from Purina, N.O.A.H. Thrift Store and individual donors.  If you would like to donate to the program, click here and select Community Pet Food Bank or mail a check to P.O. Box 11133, Prescott, AZ 86304.