Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center
To support the Norfolk Animal Care Center in sheltering and caring for Norfolk’s stray and homeless animals, to promote and facilitate adoptions, to assist with special needs medical care, to promote and support spay/neuter in the community and to educate the public about responsible pet ownership.
Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center (FNACC) gives Hampton Roads residents the ability to make a positive difference in the lives of homeless pets. We are a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit created to support the important work of the Norfolk Animal Care Center. Learn more about our mission, what we do, and the many ways you can help.
2019 report coming soon.
As Chair of the Friends of the Norfolk Animal Care Center Board, I would like to share with you our Annual Report for 2019. We have been building our resources and community outreach over the last several years and are proud of our ability to contribute to the community and to permanently affect the lives of many needy animals in Norfolk.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thank you for your continued support to the Norfolk Animal Care Center,
Anne Odell, Chair
Friends of the Norfolk Animal Care Center
CFC SPECIAL SOLICITATION
Helping charities through the COVID-19 pandemic
Are you aware that FNACC participates in the Combined Federal Campaign?
Nonprofit organizations everywhere are facing increased demands for their services, but they struggle with reduced resources due to limited donations and canceled fundraising events. Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center is among those needing additional assistance in order to help carry out their mission.
This special solicitation, thru June 30th, provides an opportunity for Federal employees, members of the military, postal workers and retirees to create a new gift or an extra gift to support their favorite CFC-participating charities online or through the CFC mobile giving app. (The list is limited to the charities accepted by the CFC in 2019).
One hundred percent (100%) of the gifts made in this campaign will go to charities without a distribution fee.
Funds pledged will be paid out to charities by the 15th day of the month following receipt of the pledge by the CFC Central Campaign Administrator
Any employee who did not pledge via payroll deduction in fall 2019 can make a payroll-funded gift through the CFC.
Existing donors who pledged by payroll allotments in the fall of 2019 can make additional donations with electronic credit, debit, or ACH gift on the CFC giving platform or the mobile app.
The CFC online giving portal is a safe, trusted, and proven way to make contributions to more than 6,000 qualified 501(c)(3) charitable organizations which were approved for the fall 2019 CFC.
Consider making a special gift to FNACC today. Go to CFC giving platform, click Find a Charity at the top of the screen and search for our charity code: 73232.
Thank you for your continued support!
Take time now to make a plan for your pet in case you get sick. Click here to see the full press release from the Norfolk Animal Care Center. Ensure that your beloved companion animal will be cared for while you recover.
To help ensure that the Norfolk Animal Care Center has the critical supplies needed for fostering, overflow vet care, and community support like emergency boarding for owned pets, please consider making a donation to the Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center by clicking the Donate button below. Or, consider purchasing an item or two from the NACC Amazon Wish List by clicking the Wishlist button below. These items will then be conveniently delivered directly to the shelter.
The business of animal sheltering carries on during this and any other emergency. Strays, surrenders, sick and lost animals are still coming into the shelters and they must be cared for.
Thank you for your continued support!
Kitten Season is upon us! Do you know what to do if you find kittens?
Sometimes doing what you think might be right may in fact not be right at all. Please use this graphic as a guide for making the best decision when you find kittens out in the wild.
We all want to feel like we are helping. In some cases, doing nothing can be the best decision.
Keep a watchful eye over the kittens and know when it's time to take action or call for help.
These same guidelines can be used for puppies as well.
Despite the wet weather, we had a great turnout at O'Connor for the 6th annual Dogtoberfest. Thank you to all that came out and supported us. We raised close to $6,500 in ticket sales, silent auction items, donations, dog costume contest, merchandise sales and sponsorships. We couldn't have done it without your generous support. Many thanks go out to the awesome staff and volunteers at NACC, you always come thru to help make these events a great success. Also a big thank you to our board members that planned and organized this great annual event, your hard work always pays off.
The financial support we receive allows us to continue so many programs that help the homeless animals in our city.
Our 2019 Dogtoberfest Sponsors
A HUGE thank you to all our participants, donors, sponsors & vendors. Because of your generosity, effort and support, we were able to raise $8,548 for the animals at NACC. We had a total of 138 dogs that swam and had a splashing blast. Thank you also to Norfolk Police for manning the radar run and to the countless hours our NACC volunteers put in to help us ensure this event was a success.
Your continued generosity allows us to continue funding and subsidizing many important programs such as Pet Adoptions, Golden Paws, NACC Fostering, Medical Assistance, Spay\Neuter Clinics, NACC Support and the Pet Pantry. Click here for more information on these and other great programs.
Meet our 2019 DGS Sponsors
Senior Dogs at
Norfolk Animal Care & Adoption Center Fetch Grant!!
Norfolk, VA –Old dogs have something to wag about this summer, as The Grey Muzzle Organization announces the recipients of its annual grants, and dogs at Norfolk Animal Care & Adoption Center (NACC) are among the winners.
Friends of Norfolk Animal Care Center (FNACC) in Norfolk is one of 62 animal welfare groups chosen from 240 applicants to receive a grant to help local senior dogs. The groups received a total of nearly $419,000 in grants to help save or improve the lives of at-risk old dogs in communities nationwide. Click here to read the entire press release.