Turner Partners with First Coast No More Homeless Pets

Turner COO Pete Steinmetz, Turner President & CEO Mark Slater, FCNMHP Founder & CEO Rick DuCharme, and Turner Director of Marketing Stacy McKinney

We’re proud to announce our new partnership with First Coast No More Homeless Pets (FCNMHP), which helps people and their pets by providing essential services such as low-cost veterinary care and the Jacksonville Pet Food Bank. Our contributions of time and funds to this great cause will include:

  • Free pest control for FCNMHP’s Cassat Regional Veterinary Hospital and Norwood Spay/Neuter Veterinary Clinic
  • Financial support for the Angel Fund, a program that helps pet owners who cannot afford life-saving veterinary care for their pets
  • Donating our time as volunteers at FCNMHP’s Mega Pet Adoption Events, which saved more than 15,000 homeless dogs and cats in 2017 from shelters and rescues throughout the region.
Turner COO Pete Steinmetz, Turner Executive Assistant Lucy Stella, Turner President & CEO Mark Slater, FCNMHP Chief Development Officer Rob Levine

To officially kick off our partnership, we visited FCNMHP’s Norwood Spay and Neuter Veterinary Clinic, where we were given a tour of the facility by FCNMHP Chief Development Officer Rob Levine. FCNMHP also serves the area at its Cassat Regional Veterinary Hospital.

First Coast No More Homeless Pets operating room

FCNMHP, which has helped reduced euthanasia rates in Jacksonville by 90 percent, works with groups across the country to help the entire nation reach No Kill status by 2024. The organization has also partnered with the Petco Foundation to launch the National Mega Adoption Mentoring Initiative to help animal welfare leaders bring adoption event best practices to new markets.

FCNMHP surgery holding area

Learn more about all of the great work being done for people and their pets at FCNMHP.org.

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