Make Your Mark on April 25

Friday, April 20, 2018

Make Your Mark
Support the College

Submitted by Cassandra Clore, PVM Manager of Development Operations and Donor Relations

Purdue Day of Giving will be held on Wednesday, April 25. The College of Veterinary Medicine is excited to give you the chance to be a part of history. The history of a student who is worried about affording school. The history of a pet owner who is scared they will not be able to afford the specialized treatment needed to help their faithful friend. The history of the research that goes into creating a cure for cancer. Or the history of building the new Veterinary Teaching Hospital which will offer more patient accessibility.

By giving to the College of Veterinary Medicine, you could be:

  • Helping to build a new and updated Veterinary Teaching Hospital, enabling the College of Veterinary Medicine to treat countless more patients while providing efficient treatment in a state-of-the-art facility.
  • Giving a student peace of mind by providing a life-changing scholarship. Some students would not be able to attend classes without your impactful gift.
  • Granting an animal owner hope when they bring in their beloved pet for emergency treatment, and do not know how they are going to be able to afford it.
  • Providing support for invaluable and groundbreaking research that could, one day, lead to a cure for cancer in both animals and humans.

Make Your Mark on history by giving to the College of Veterinary Medicine during the Purdue Day of Giving on April 25, or by participating in the many challenges throughout the day. By participating in challenges, you can help the College win more funds to create a bigger impact on Purdue Veterinary Medicine.


Writer(s): Cassandra Clore |

Category: Giving

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