Fundraising lags behind to allow No More Homeless pets to harness city’s suburban pet adoption center as its own – jacksonville.com

First Coast No More Homeless Pets is more than halfway to raising the funds needed to adopt Jacksonville’s soon-to-close suburban pet adoption center.

But to ensure that the nonprofit no-kill pet adoption center has a chance to get the $50,000 needed to secure a matching donation and take over the Mandarin Adoption Center, it is extending a self-imposed Thursday deadline.

Executive director Rick DuCharme is challenging the community to give more by Thursday, Sept. 22, so they can take over the Animal Care and Protective Services’ adoption center at 10501 San Jose Blvd.

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