Citrus County

Foundation for

Animal Protection

Inverness Business Leaders Support CCFAP

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Wags, Whiskers, & Wine!

Old Florida Bank Gives Grant to CCFAP

Past, Present & Future Events & Fundraisers

This is a wonderful example of how a community comes together to make a difference! We are thankful to John Koch, Janet Torcello, & Joyce's Courtside Pub who held a fundraiser on June 18th to benefit the shelter animals! What a wonderful event with live music by Eric T, food, and donations from local businesses! The proceeds were donated to Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection ( to assist in the care of the shelter animals. THANK YOU to all involved!

2016 Hope's Legacy Golf Tournament

Another awesome event supported by the community and by the animal lovers who care about homeless animals.  We appreciate you and so do the homeless animals!!

Special thanks to the following businesses and individuals who sponsored our tournament: B&F Stucco, TLC Rehab, Red’s Restaurant, Value Pet Supplies, Pinch A Penny, Cattle Dog Coffee Roasters, Tropic Shores Realty, Thomas H. Williford, Architect, The Red Brick Place, Homosassa Animal & Bird Hospital, Jenkins Acura, Edward Jones Investments-Scott Lee, Dream Kitchens & Baths of Citrus County, Inc., Dirk’s Auto Clinic, Waverley Florist, Capital City Bank, Michael’s Floor Covering, Van Allen Insurance, A.J. Hendrix Builders, Cracker’s Bar & Grill, Donna & Bob Sprague, George & Sue Froehlich, Jeremy & Johanne Moyes, Alan & Linda Berg, Scott Barkow, Lois Filby, Edward Eble, Patricia McCoy, Dr. Dennis Walker & Dr. Joseph Bennett, Dr. Tammy Baron-Plantation Animal Hospital, Jack & Shirley Phillips

Our gratitude also goes out to Marti Little, Lori Wilkes and the staff of Royal Oaks Golf Club for hosting this fundraiser and for the extraordinary work coordinating this tournament.

A BIG thank you to Inverness Business Leaders for their continued support of Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection in their efforts to help the homeless pets at the Citrus County Animal Shelter as they wait for another chance to find a happy and loving forever home. This donation was made from proceeds from the K9-Karnival Event in November.  Roger M Carlson (center), IBL President, presenting the donation check for $1500.00.  Accepting on behalf of CCFAP were Board Members Randy Moak and Anne Mangano.

Kuranda Beds & Amazon Wishlist Items

Thank You for the donations of Kuranda beds and Amazon Wishlist items that have been sent to the Citrus County Animal Shelter so far. This is just a small appreciation from the shelter pets on how much they are enjoying the items. 

Again, we appreciate the communities support and the shelter pets will always be forever grateful while they temporarily stay at the shelter, waiting for their furever homes!

 Donate A Kuranda Bed

Amazon Wishlist: 

 If you can't afford to order a bed but still want to help,  you can donate here:

and in the comment section write "Karunda Bed" and we will group donations together to make purchases.





We did it! We won the Grant! 
Thank You EVERYONE for your votes, shares and support!

Thanks to the generosity of the Old Florida Bank of Crystal River, the Citrus County Foundation for Animal Protection is pleased to announce they have recently received a $2500 grant in an online contest.  The check was gratefully accepted by members of CCFAP.  From left to right, Cary Berman EVP, Chief Retail Banking Officer, Marti Little Secretary, Anne Mangano Vice President, Sue Froehlich Board Member, Rebecca Johnson Board Member, George Froehlich Member, Michelle Hendrix President, Pat Fitzpatrick SVP-In Market Lender, Mike Reed SVP-In Market Lender, and Paula Sherlock Assistant Branch Manager for Crystal River.  The grant money is very appreciated and will be used for medical and other needs of the homeless dogs and cats at the Citrus County Animal Shelter.  A very sincere thank you to the Old Florida Bank of Crystal River and to all who voted in the contest for their kindness towards these animals.