Franklin's Friends has awarded grants to Osceola County Animal Services for vaccination/microchip clinics, heartworm testing/education/prevention clinics, spay/neuter services for community cats, TNR events, community education, treatment of heartworm positive dogs, pet retention programs, and provision of veterinary services that could not be provided by the shelter veterinarian
Franklin's Friends has awarded grants to Chi Chi's Rescue Ranch to pay for veterinary care (including spay/neuter, surgeries, basic vetting, treating injuries or illness, or heartworm treatment) and board and train expenses for dogs rescued from Central Florida kill shelters.
Franklin's Friends awarded grants to South Lake Animal League to furnish the surgical facility at their low cost veterinary clinic, to purchase a van to transport pets during rescue runs, trips to the veterinary clinic, community events, and community outreach programs, and to provide general veterinary care to low income residents in Leesburg.
Franklin's Friends previously awarded grants to the Pixel Fund to pay for heartworm treatment and medical expenses for dogs and cats pulled from Florida shelters, training/rehabilitation of dogs with behavioral problems, to launch their Cat Outreach and Safety program, and for Community Support.
Franklin's Friends has previously awarded grants to Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando to Trap/neuter/release cats, provide free canine flu vaccines, care for dogs exposed canine influenza, run a summer camp in Parramore, expand their community education program, and purchase two vans to transport shelter pets to adoption events.