Community Pet Food Bank

Our Community Pet Food Bank feeds hundreds of animals each month. We annually distribute over 50,000 pounds of food for hungry cats and dogs. One of the primary goals of the food bank is to assist in making sure pets are spayed or neutered, a requirement for participating in the program. Recipients with unaltered animals are assisted through the UAF Low-Cost Spay / Neuter Certificate Program.

Food is distributed the last Wednesday of each month near AZ-89A and Granite Dells Road in Prescott from 9am to 10am during June, July and August, and 10am to 11am during all other months.  Distribution details will be provided when you are approved for the program.

Recipients are qualified based on income and with our assistance (if needed) all pets will need to be fixed. For more information on the Community Pet Food Bank or to see if you qualify for assistance, please leave a message at 928-778-2924 or fill out the form below. A volunteer will call you about the details of the program.

The Community Pet Food Bank is made possible by generous contributions from Greater Good Charities and individual donors.

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Full Truck Bed of Dog Food Bags

Community Pet Food Bank Application

Thank you for your interest in the United Animal Friends Community Pet Food Bank Program. Submission of this application does not guarantee that you will be accepted. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please complete and submit the form to apply. After we review your application, you will be notified if you have been accepted.
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