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Grants & Partnerships











Veterinary Care for Adoptable Cats & Dogs Grant

Fayetteville Animal Protection Society has recieved a generous $10,000 grant from Cumberland Community Foundation, that will go towards veterinary care and medical expenses necessary before these animals can be adopted into their forever homes. To ensure our mission is being met to its fullest, each animal adopted out is microchipped, vaccinated, and spayed/neutered after any necessary surgeries or treatments are completed. Because of this grant, more animals will be able to be adopted and ultimately, saving more from euthanasia.


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Combined Federal Campaign

On-going, accumulative donation program funded by the charitable giving of federal employees.

Funds are to be used as needed. 

CFC Code 46693.

Petco Foundation Grant

Petco is a leading pet specialty retailer that focuses on nurturing the powerful relationship between people and pets. We do this by providing the products, services, advice and experiences that keep pets physically fit, mentally alert, socially engaged and emotionally happy. Everything we do is guided by our vision for Healthier Pets. Happier People. Better World. We operate more than 1,300 Petco locations across the U.S., Mexico and Puerto Rico, including more than 100 Unleashed by Petco locations, a smaller format neighborhood shop; nine Pooch Hotel destinations for pet daycare, boarding and spa services; and The Petco Foundation, an independent nonprofit organization, has raised more than $125 million since it was created in 1999 to help promote and improve the welfare of companion animals. In conjunction with the Foundation, we work with and support thousands of local animal welfare groups across the country and, through in-store adoption events, help find homes for more than 350,000 animals every year.



The Fayetteville Animal Protection Society Endowment Fund was set up to perpetually finance the animal shelter and care for Cumberland County’s homeless animals for many years to come. By supporting this fund you are ensuring that FAPS continues to operate a No-Kill shelter and continue its 32-year mission of successfully rescuing, sheltering and placing homeless animals.

To find out how you can help ensure the longevity of Cumberland County’s No-Kill animal shelter please call Mary Holmes at the Cumberland Community Foundation at 910-483-4449.

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