At a winter distribution event, FACE assists hundreds of pets and pet owners in need.
The Foundation for Animal Care and Education (FACE) seeks to make sure that everyone has enough food and resources to look after their pets. At a winter distribution event held Dec. 5 in downtown San Diego in collaboration with the local nonprofits Think Dignity and Burrito Boyz, which handed out hygiene items, menstrual products, winter items, and hot food to pet owners experiencing homelessness, FACE, a San Diego animal charity, provided free pet vaccinations, flea treatments, supplies, and pet food.
Cini Robb and Dr. Tammy Stevenson, both of Rancho Santa Fe, were in attendance. FACE's board president and co-founder is Robb, while the board secretary is Stevenson.
This initiative is part of FACE's Community Outreach Program, which aims to link underserved pet owners with veterinarian treatment and pet supplies. La Jolla Vet Hospital, Hills Pet Food, Rancho Coastal Humane Society, and other FACE donors gave these products to FACE. Those interested in supporting this effort by providing food or supplies should go to face4pets.org/community-outreach.