ABOUT NASHVILLE PET PROJECT

Shelter pets deserve loving forever homes and access to high-quality veterinary care both before and after joining your family. Help us provide that care and more through Nashville Pet Project – an all-day fundraiser on News 2 on Wednesday, June 22nd from 4 AM to 6:30 PM. Our goal is to raise $50,000 for Pet Community Center and Friends of Metro Animal Care and Control.

Watch News 2 all day on Wednesday the 22nd as we go live from Metro Animal Care and Control's (MACC) facilities and show you how Pet Community Center and MACC change and improve the lives of pets and their people in our community. You can click the button below and donate now or send a check to 943b Dr. Richard G. Adams Dr., Nashville, TN, 37207.

About Pet Community Center

Pet Community Center (PCC) operates a high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter and vaccine clinic in East Nashville run by highly skilled veterinarians, clinicians, and nonprofit professionals. 

 

Additionally, PCC is tackling barriers to veterinary care and provides outreach and support to pet owners who live in veterinary care deserts.

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About friends of macc

Friends of MACC (FoM) is a volunteer-based nonprofit supporting Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC), Nashville’s only open-admission shelter that serves nearly 6,000 homeless, abandoned, and at-risk animals each year.

 

Through outreach and advocacy, Friends of MACC brings much-needed support and resources to MACC’s lifesaving efforts throughout Davidson County.