Giving to PVM
As Indiana's only college of veterinary medicine, the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine serves the needs of society by globally enhancing animal health and welfare and human health through excellence in learning, research and engagement. We are training the next generation of veterinary professionals, by treating thousands of animal patients and by looking for the cause and cure of diseases that impact both animal and human health.
Our work depends, in large part, on private donations from people just like you. Friends from all over the world have become our partners in funding many of our programs – programs that could not continue without your support. You too can help by making a tax-deductible donation today! Your gift might be just what the "doctor ordered!"
Other ways to give.
Send your gift form and mail to:
College of Veterinary Medicine
Office of Advancement
Lynn Hall, Room 1177A
625 Harrison St
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Call 800-830-0104 or 765-494-6304
Include the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in your estate planning and receive significant tax and financial benefits.
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In memory of Dr. William (Bill) Carlton, Leslie Morton Hutchings Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Veterinary Pathology, who passed away March 24, the Dr. William W. Carlton Research Fund has been established. Click here to make a memorial gift on-line, or make a check payable to "The Purdue Foundation," with a notation of the gift designation and send to the address below. For more information, click here to view a complete story.
In September of 2003 we brought a 12 week old 8lb Irish Wheaten Terrier bundle of joy into our family and named her Bailey. From the outset it was clear that Bailey was the child that we could not have and more. Her boundless energy, curious nature, innate intelligence, and her ability to love unconditionally changed the course of our life and marriage. Simply put, she is a magical being not only to us but to all she meets, as Bailey was trained as a licensed medical service dog to assist me. In that capacity, Bailey has traveled the world with me, meeting many people from all walks of life, young and old, along with lots of four legged people as well. Bailey loves all she meets and they love her. Click here to read the complete story.