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The Store food pantry available to students, staff and faculty at the Student Advocacy Center.
Resources, depending on availability, include various food and produce items, hygeine products, baby supplies, clothing, and dog or cat food.
Each individual is allowed two visits per month.
Available to all SAC students, faculty, or staff.
- SAC Banner ID
- Intake query by phone
- General Application providing household information done in person.
Call 210-486-1111 to make an appointment.
The Nopalitos Free Pantry is located in the Highland Park neighborhood of San Antonio, Tx at 426 Rigsby Ave. It exists with support from the community to provide free dry goods to anyone in need.
It is a "Take what you need, give what you can" resource.
- Non perishables
- Hygeine products
- Pet Food
We have a Little Free Library at this location.
The Animal Defense League of Texas Paul Jolly Center for Pet Adoptions is our second location where you can find a loving furry companion! Come by and meet the cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies available for adoption. We’re located in Brackenridge Park, directly across from the San Antonio Zoo.
SNIPSA provides affordable spay/neuter surgeries for cats and dogs.
Not only is sterilizing your pet helpful to the community, but it also impacts the longevity of your pet’s health ... and your wallet!
In-office surgeries at SNIPSA are available by appointment only. Click here to schedule an appointment.
We provide reduced-cost ($75) spay/neuter packages at our office if you live in one of these zip codes: 78201, 78202, 78203, 78204, 78207, 78208, 78210, 78211, 78212, 78213, 78214, 78218, 78220, 78221, 78222, 78223, 78224, 78225, 78227, 78228, 78235, 78237, 78242
When SNIPSA launched its Big Fix clinics in May 2009, more than 100 animals were being euthanized every day in San Antonio. We knew that more sterilized pets in our city would result in fewer entering shelters and fewer being euthanized.
SNIPSA holds day-long Big Fix clinics, in partnership with churches and community centers, in neighborhoods where the largest numbers of stray and un-owned animals roam the streets. To-date we have sterilized over 19,500 dogs and cats in 50 Big Fix clinics.
Big Fix clinics also save taxpayer dollars. It costs roughly $15,000 to host a Big Fix clinic, which is a smart investment considering that it would costs taxpayers almost 10 times that amount to impound, house, and ultimately euthanize the nearly 400 animals that are sterilized at a typical Big Fix clinic.
In cooperation with the San Antonio Food Bank, we provide food to neighbors experiencing food insecurity.
- Serving zip codes 78214, 78221, 78264, 78211.
- Emergency cases served Tuesday - Friday, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Call for appointment.
- Daisy Cares Pet Food Program, 1st Tuesday of the Month. Call to register.
Accepted Fridge Donations:
- Fresh Fruit
- Fresh Veggies
- Eggs and Eggs Whites
- Milk and Non Dairy Milk Alternatives
- Cooked Meat, Tuna, and Lunch Meat
- Plant Based Alternatives
- Pre-Made Home Cooked Meals - Ingredients List and Allergies Must Be Listed
Accepted Hygeine Donations:
- Soap (individually wrapped bars, body wash, antibactrial hand wash)
- Loofas and Wash Cloths
- Shampoo and Conditioner
- Dental Hygeine
- Brushes and Combs
- Baby Wipes and Diapers
- Toilet Papers, Tissues, and Paper Towels
Accepted Pantry Donations:
- Canned Goods
- Dry Goods
- Bread Tortillas
- Ramen Noodle Soup
- Baking Ingredients
- Powdered Milk
- Pet Food
For a complete list of accepted donations, check out our Facebook page!
by Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc.
- 24-hour Crisis Intervention and Emergency Shelter
- Individual case management services
- Individual and group counseling for adults
- Individual counseling for children
- Legal services and advocacy
- Adult education
- Parenting education
- Prepares families to transition to independent living through housing programs
- On-site primary medical and dental care
- On-site after school program
- On-site pet shelter
Services are available in both English and Spanish.
Pet Food Assistance: AniMeals, a donation-sustained service, provides monthly deliveries of pet food to clients who find it hard to maintain the nutrition of their furry companions. Each month we distribute over 5,000lbs of pet food to more than 500 pets. Volunteers deliver pet food the third weekend of every month and provide another wellness checks on seniors, further enabling their independence.
Veterinary Care Assistance: AniMeals provides access to and payment for veterinary care for pets of current Meals on Wheels San Antonio clients. We help keep our clients' furry companions healthy with the following veterinary services: wellness exams, vaccinations, spay/neuter, and flea prevention. These pets are transported to and from the veterinary clinics with the help of our AniMeals volunteers! Unfortunately, we are unable to assist with emergency vet visits.
Pet Care Assistance: We aim to support clients who cannot care for their pets due to poor eyesight, injuries, or hospitalization. Our AniMeals volunteers assist clients in caring for their pets through dog walking, temporary fostering, and transportation for grooming services. Volunteers care for these pets for a set period of time as needed by the client.
Individuals who actively receive Meals on Wheels in Bexar County and have companion animals in their home can qualify to receive pet food through the AniMeals Program.
If you would like to request AniMeals for your pet or an elderly neighbor, please call (210) 735-5115 and request to speak with our Community Engagement for AniMeals.
If you or your organization is interested in distributing pet food to local seniors or donate pet food (any brand of new wet or dry food for dogs or cats is appreciated), please call (210) 735-5115. We will work with you and your organization on creating a convenient schedule and delivery route or pet food donation arrangement.
Donations are requested via the AniMeals Amazon Wish List. Or donations of new bags or cans of pet food can be dropped off at Meals on Wheels, 4306 NW Loop 410, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
The DaisyCares Veterinary Care program was created to help needy pet owners and rescue groups with the cost of veterinary care.
Must complete an application process and provide documentation that:
- You or your family qualify as low income
- You are unemployed and/or receiving government assistance.
- You are residing at a homeless shelter or referred to DaisyCares by a homeless shelter.
- Your Veterinarian has sent an email or letter to DaisyCares describing the pet owner’s financial hardship, including third party documentation or other supporting evidence.
Some fees may be required based on eligibility.
The DaisyCares Pet Food Program, in partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank, provides pet food to families through food bank and/or food pantry partners already providing emergency food assistance to families and individuals in need.
For pet food assistance, contact the San Antonio Food Bank Client Services at 210-431-8326.
Project Kindness provides free online and in-person interactive classes to school- aged children, focusing on teaching empathy and respect towards all animals.
DaisyCares provides an empowering presentations to school aged children in schools, after school programs, and other activities.
This project promotes kindness to animals by way of an interactive group activities adjusted to meet the age(s) of the specific group of children and allocated time.
Click here to go to the online course.
You can now register for virtual Project Kindness classes! Classes will be held every Tuesday and Thursday and will feature Daisy's Barn.
If you would like to schedule a virtual Project Kindness class from DaisyCares to your school, after school program or to plan an activity, please fill out this form.
Promote Animal Welfare Education, PAWedu, is unique in that it provides education to adults who have been accused, charged, or convicted of cruelty to an animal.
This 14 lesson online course teaches adults about the humane treatment and care of animals. It helps them to examine some of their own thoughts and reactions that might not be appropriate.
Lessons include topics such as, Forms of Animal Cruelty – Abandonment, Animal Fighting, Causing Unnecessary Suffering, and The Link between Animal Cruelty and Human Cruelty.
The course is used to incorporate an educational or rehabilitative component into a part of the legal process that offenders undertake, if ordered by a court.
Click here for program and registration information.
DaisyCares and the San Antonio Food Bank have partnered together to create the DaisyCares Pet Food Program - a program designed to provide struggling families and individuals with pet food assistance for their pets.
For Pet Food Assistance, please call one of the numbers below or click here for more information.
Are you in need of a loving furry companion? Come by and meet the cats, kittens, dogs, and puppies available for adoption.
Free hot meal, hygiene supplies, and use of showers. This program is meant to serve those who are homeless, or in need, and is focused on providing a sense of community and dignity to all of our guests.
All are welcome!
Petco Love Adoption Ambassadors are volunteers who share our mission to create a lifesaving nation! They are shelter volunteers, foster families, animal welfare professionals and adopters who partner with us to spread our shared lifesaving message by leveraging their social networks to influence lifesaving action.
Adoption Ambassadors commit to a minimum of one year of service during which time they participate in various initiatives and projects as outlined by the Petco Love. These projects are designed to give Adoption Ambassadors unique tools to help inspire their networks to create a lifesaving impact in their local communities. The Adoption Ambassador initiatives support Petco Love initiatives like in-store campaigns, Be A Foster events and #ShelterValentine.
Click here to learn more about the Adoption Ambassdor Program and application information.
The Petco Foundation, in partnership with Blue Buffalo invest in organizations that assist with covering treatment costs for families who can’t otherwise afford care.
Click here for few of the organizations supported through this campaign that might be able to help with the costs of pet cancer and other veterinary treatments. If you are interested in seeking support, please reach out to the organization directly; the Petco Foundation does not accept individual requests for support.
Please note that KRR is not a facility. We recieve a lot of emails asking for a location to visit the dogs. All adoptable dogs are in personal homes so a time needs to be arranged to meet with them. The first step in the adoption process is to fill out the application here. Processing applications takes a lot of time so please only apply if you are serious and willing to wait approximately a week to 10 days. All volunteers work full time jobs as well.
Once the application is processed a home visit will be conducted (locally) to ensure a safe home for the dog. Meet and greets will be scheduled either during the home visit or at another time so the dog and the adopter can select each other.
Click here to browse available animals for adoption.
Click here to browse animals that need fostering.
Click here for all fees and more program information.
Anyone can come in to get food. If you have a need, we will try and fill it. No background check or need to show pay-stub.
- Application is required, all applications are good for a year
- Valid ID is preferred
- Drive-Thru Food Distribution
We hope you humbly consider coming only once a week.
Dog and Cat Food available on Fridays through Daisy Cares.
Our Food Pantry is a reflection of our desire to "exhibit on-the-spot generosity," as our pastor puts it, helping and serving our neighbors with their immediate needs.
In partnership with Daisy Cares, pet food is also available during our Food Pantry operation. We have a limited supply, so come early.
Distribution is done from our Fellowship Hall, which is located in the rear parking lot.
- Application with household members and information.
- Valid ID, if available.
- We encourage our clients to come no more than twice a month.
- Drive-Thru food distribution.
- Daisy Cares Program, dog and cat food when available.
(210) 656-6508 x: 4
Atascosa spay neuter assistance program helps residents get their pets spayed or neutered at a low or free cost.
Please call or email us for more information on the lastest spay/neuter clinics.
Low cost affordable program. Contact us for more information on fees.
KCWS offers FREE counseling to victims of domestic violence and their children.
Kendall County Women's Shelter offers a variety of services and resources to assist victims of domestic violence and their children to live a life free from violence.
Residential and non-residential services include:
- Emergency Shelter
- On-site Pet Shelter
- 24-hour HOT line
- Group Counseling
- Life Skills Classes
- Case Management
- Individual Counseling
- Legal Advocacy
- Food and Nutrition
- Support Groups
Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention and safety planning. If you need a safe place, call the KCWS Hotline: 1-800-495-8078.
Hotline is available 24/7, 365 days a year.
Hope 4 Hounds exists to provide no-cost veterinary services to the homeless population within San Antonio, Texas, and surrounding areas so that individual dogs can receive the necessary vaccines and other proactive services while staying with their owners.
This program is for pets of people who are without permanent shelter.
We Feed Hungry People.
How We Help:
- Hygiene Items
- Pet Food
- HEB Gift Cards
Serving all families in need.