Helping all kinds of animals (and sometimes their owners too)
From dogs to cats, cows to horses, barn owls to bobcats, the students and veterinarians at the College of Veterinary Medicine treat all kinds of animals. Whether you are a past client of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, have brought an animal into the Wildlife Medical Clinic, or simply love animals, you can make a difference in the lives of the animals we treat. When you make a gift to one of the following funds, every day animal companions receive healing care, animal owners find support and information, wild animals in need get help, and future practitioners grow in the art and science of veterinary medicine.
Friends of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Your gift will enable us to deliver the very best care to more than 16,000 animal patients every year while educating the future generations of veterinarians.
Wildlife Medical Clinic Fund
Your gift will be used to care for ill or injured wild animals brought in by the public. Your gift directly provides food, medicine, and equipment used to treat approximately 2,000 wildlife patients every year.
A Friend in Need Animal Care Fund
Pets are family members and friends. Sometimes, the cost of veterinary care exceeds an owner’s budget. A Friend in Need Animal Care Fund will help owners with limited budgets get care for their pets and also support care for homeless animals.
Your gift to Pascoe’s Fund will ensure that cat owners with financial need will be able to take advantage of the full range of treatment options for their pet.
Equine Emergency Fund
When horse owners are faced with emergency care needs that they can not afford, gifts made to the Equine Emergency Fund help to cover those expenses.
Companion Animal Memorial Fund
Your gift, which could be made in memory of a beloved animal friend, will be used to benefit companion animals in areas such as oncology, dentistry, and kidney disease.
Other Ways to Help Animals
Good Human Fund
Gifts to the Good Human Fund help to pay for treatment for pets who come into our Chicago Medical District Veterinary Clinic.
Indigent Pet Fund
This fund helps to make sure that, even when owners are facing financial hardships, every pet receives regular veterinary care.
Friends of ER/ICU Fund
This fund provides financial support so that we can continue to provide exceptional animal ER care.
This fund helps provide funding for animals that need special neurological treatment.
Veterinary Medicine Achievement Fund
This fund provides unrestricted support for the animals we treat, the students we teach, and the research we conduct.