Your Money Where Your Heart Is
Each year, the dedicated caregivers at the College of Veterinary Medicine touch the lives of thousands who face medical emergencies or disease, or who seek to improve the quality of life for their companion animals. The success of our work depends in large part on the gifts and donations from people just like you. Alumni, friends, partners, and animal lovers whose generosity enables many of our efforts.
For donors who are passionate about a specific area of Veterinary Medicine, the Foundation offers a number of different opportunities to direct gifts to those areas.
Giving Opportunities in the Spotlight
New Equine and Farm Animal Veterinary Center
Our Equine Health and Farm Animal Programs are committed to pioneering advances in medical technology and providing the highest level of care to horse owners, trainers, and producers. With your help, NC State’s new Equine and Farm Animal Veterinary Center will set a new standard for equine and farm animal health.
New Magnetic Resource Imaging (MRI)
We believe that health care should be handled in a proactive fashion. Our goal is to fund a new Magnetic Resource Imaging scanner. A Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is the gold standard in helping veterinary clinicians and scientists to arrive at vital answers to what is going on with their patients and to develop better treatment options. Learn how you can help!
Donor NewsMore stories
Read about our donors, what inspired their gifts and how those gifts are making a difference in the lives of animals and people:
An Investment in Equine Excellence
This year, the decision was made to invest the funds in an annual scholarship in the amount of $5,000 awarded to a deserving student with the goal of practicing equine medicine. Callie Fogle, a clinical associate professor of equine surgery, explains...
Paying It Forward for Fritz and Softy
The Greenwalds of Efland, North Carolina, know their horses. Remembering their experience with NC State, they decided to endow the Fritz and Softy Equine Scholarship at the...
Just What the Doctor Ordered
Leila Mureebe, a vascular surgeon at Duke University Hospital, sought the help of a local dog trainer to see if she could get some expert guidance on how to help Sprocket- a Berger Picard...
Equipped to Serve
Kathe was greatly impressed by the skill and compassion of the medical team she met at NC State. It wasn’t until a second experience that she became...
A Complete Change of Heart
Leah Dey freely admits that there was a time when she didn’t really like cats. Of course that was years ago, and my, how things have changed...