The Hawaiian Humane Society runs a pet food bank which has distributed thousands of pet food since the program’s inception. The pet food is distributed when supply is available. The donated pet food should be viewed as supplementary.
The Nevada Humane society offers a pet food assistance program every Sunday and Wednesday from 11 AM to 1 PM. Northern Nevada community members who are struggling to feed their pets can apply for the program.
The Humane Society of Tampa bay offers free pet food to Tampa Bay residents who are struggling to feed their cats and dogs. Food assistance is provided on a first-come, first serve basis. Recipients must provide proof of residence. Alternatively, homebound and elderly residents can get monthly delivery supplies if they are unable to travel to the shelter.
As part of PAWS/LA’s list of services, pet owners who are facing financial challenges can reach out for pet food and supply donations and grooming assistance (while supplies lasts). These services are provided on a case-by-case basis and only available to enrolled clients.
Contra Costa Humane Society helps run the AniMeals Pet Food Bank which supports financially-challenged pet owners keep their companion animals at home with supplementary pet food. Requirements include valid form of ID, proof of address, and various income guidelines.