Our Grant Philosophy
Franklin’s Friends grants funds to deserving local 501(c)(3) and government animal welfare agencies. Grant applications are rigorously reviewed for veterinary and financial responsibility. We strive to support three pillars of animal welfare: Shelter/Rescue, Spay/Neuter, and Community Education. All funds granted are restricted to the use specified in the grant application.
Guidelines for Grant Applicants
4/14/23 - Franklin's Friends pledged $15,000 to Spay and Neuter Nation to trap, neuter, and release community cats.
4/14/2023 - Franklin's Friends pledged $2,500 to Candy's Cats to trap, neuter, and release community cats.
4/14/2023 - Franklin's Friends pledged $2,500 to Touch of Grey for medical/dental treatment of senior dogs.
4/14/2023 - Franklin's Friends pledged $2,500 to Humane Society of Tampa Bay to provide medications and treatment for heartworm positive dogs.
1/21/2023 - Franklin's Friends granted $9,000 to The Way Home for TNR or vet care of community cats in Central Florida.
8/12/22 - Franklin's Friends pledged $10,000 to Volusia County Animal Services to trap, neuter, and release community cats.
8/12/2022 - Franklin's Friends granted $30,000 to the Pixel Fund for heartworm treatment and medical expenses for dogs and cats pulled from Florida shelters and the training/rehabilitation of dogs with behavioral problems.
8/12/22 - Franklin's Friends pledged $15,000 to SPCA of Brevard for heartworm treatment, vaccines, spay/neuter, and medications (including preventive) for their Community Pet Project.
5/21/22 - Franklin's Friends awarded $5,000 to ADORE Pet Rescue for the veterinary care of dogs and cats rescued in Central Florida.
5/21/22 - Franklin's Friends awarded $16,690 to Spay N Save to perform 100 dog and 225 cat sterilizations for low income families.
3/11/22- Franklin's Friends awarded $10,000 to Polk No Kill Coalition to Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate, and Release 75 community cats.
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