Pet Food Bank
Concern for Animals offers a free pet food bank for qualified pet owners on Tuesdays.
To receive pet food, owners must call and sign up between the preceding Wednesday through Monday at 12 noon.
The CFA Pet Food Bank operates by appointment only, and owners looking for assistance must make a confirmed appointment with a CFA team member.
To qualify for the CFA Pet Food Bank, an owner must:
Reside in Thurston, Mason, Lewis, or Grays Harbor County and
Receive State/Federal Benefits or
be a Senior, Full-Time Student, or Military E5 or Below
*As of 2020, owners who have been financially impacted by COVID-19 are eligible for the CFA Pet Food Bank regardless of benefit status. Proof of income may be required.
CALL NOW TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY AND BOOK AN APPOINTMENT
What To Expect
Qualified owners can attend the pet food bank once per month, up to six times a year. The first time you attend each year you will need to sign the CFA Food Bank Guidelines and provide your benefits statement/proof of income. Each time you attend, a selection of food (based on availability) will be prepared for you.
What Is Available
Currently we are able to provide supplies for cats, dogs, and based on availability small mammals and birds. At this time we cannot consistently service exotics/exotic hybrids or farm animals. If your pet has specific dietary needs, we will try to accommodate. In addition to food, the CFA can provide litter, leashes, toys, beds, kennels, and more. (based on availability).
How You Can Help
The CFA Pet Food Bank is always in need of donations to continue meeting the needs of the community. Dry and canned food, litter, bedding, toys, general supplies, or monetary donations can be dropped off at 1414 State Ave NE Olympia, WA 98506. You can also order off of the CFA Pet Food Bank Wishlist on Amazon or Chewy or contribute through the CFA Paypal to help with operational costs.
CFA is a non-profit organization and our ability to fund the animal food bank is subject to availability. CFA reserves the right to deny food bank assistance. Inappropriate treatment of CFA staff may result in termination of services.