Compassionate, Leading-Edge Care Begins with You
Your support has the potential to elevate veterinary medicine, treat and find cures for canine cancer, and transform the lives of people and pets.
How You Can Help
Support the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biological Sciences
Champion veterinarians, doctors, and scientists as they strive to improve the health of animals, people, and the planet through innovative and dedicated teaching, research, outreach, and clinical service.
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The answer to cancer may be walking right beside us. Through One Cure, we’re finding better and less costly treatments, improved diagnostic tools, and even preventative interventions for the benefit of pets and people with cancer.
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Flint Animal Cancer Center
Gifts to Kari & Kelsey’s Fund support the operational heart and soul of the Flint Animal Cancer Center. Your gift provides us with the flexibility in the moment to address our greatest needs and ensure we can continue to provide comprehensive and compassionate care for every patient. Kari & Kelsey’s Fund supports essential staff, training opportunities, awareness and outreach activities, and also helps maintain our clinical and laboratory equipment.
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Contact us for more ways to support Animal Care.
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The Power of Philanthropy
Donor commits $1 million to support CSU Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence
August 11, 2021
An anonymous donor recently committed $1 million to support Colorado State University’s Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence, advancing its mission to minimize conflict between humans and carnivores – including wolves, bears, mountain lions and other predators – integrating research, education and outreach.
Veterans to VetRams
July 15, 2021
The newly established VetRams Program is providing academic and financial support to student-veterans pursuing a professional degree in veterinary medicine.
Community Generosity Supports Alamosa Native’s Dream
May 7, 2021
When longtime Alamosa, Colorado, veterinarian Ben Konishi (D.V.M., ’50) passed away in 2018, generations of his grateful clients contributed to a Colorado State University scholarship established in his honor by his family. Their combined gifts of $15,000 are now supporting the dreams of a third-year veterinary student who represents Konishi’s dedication to hard work, academic rigor, and rural animal care.