Making a Difference With Donor Support

white and brown dog named Lexi

Hospital clients, clinic sponsors, alumni, community members, industry partners, and more — the UW School of Veterinary Medicine receives the gracious support of donors from all walks of life with gifts of every size, all of which make a difference. For this, we share a gracious thank you.

white and brown dog named Lexi
UW School of Veterinary Medicine supporters Deborah Wells and Tom DeBeck’s dog Lexi.

Without gifts, we would not have the resources to strategically invest in the people, research, and facilities that set the school and teaching hospital apart from our peers. Together, with your support, we can recruit and train the most outstanding faculty and students, make research discoveries that benefit animal and human health, provide the highest level of clinical care, support scholarships that offset our graduates’ debt load, advance our essential building expansion, and more.

We are deeply grateful to all who have contributed. In the pages that follow, we recognize the impact of just some of this generosity and those behind the gifts.

In the winter 2021-22 issue of On Call magazine and the featured stories below, we recognize the impact of just some of this generosity and the people behind the gifts.

In our online donor honor roll, you can also find a full list of individual and corporate donors who made gifts or pledges of $100 or more between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021, as well as separate listings of cumulative, alumni, and veterinary medical clinic donors.

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How to Give

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