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Development Initiatives

Animal Rehabilitation

Several initiatives have been established to help clients in need of financial assistance to obtain life-saving medical treatment for their pets from the VMTH, as well as to fund research in specific clinical areas. These funds are supported by generous donations from CVM supporters.

Capper & Chris Save the Animals Fund

Created by Mrs. Capper Thompson, as a memorial to Chris Stehouwer, a Texas A&M student, to help sick animals in need and provide valuable training for veterinary students.

DaisyCares: Save the Animals Fund at Texas A&M University

Created to give back the gift of life that Daisy, a beloved Yorkshire Terrier, received so that every pet has a chance for hope and life, even if its guardian isn't financially able to pay for its medical care.

Heart Trust

Established by Cardiology faculty to support cardiovascular health and research projects, including clinical trials, that will better determine therapeutic options for common cardiovascular diseases in companion animals.

Annie's Fund

Established in memory of Annie, a canine rehabilitation patient, to promote the advancement of rehabilitation techniques for common orthopedic and neurologic diseases and to support patients in need of rehabilitation whose owners have financial hardships.

Mollie Brown Billie Feline Endowment Fund

Created in memory of Molly Brown, Dolly Billie's special feline companion, the objective of this endowment is to promote research efforts to advance the understanding and treatment of feline cancers.

View the full list of giving opportunities and development initiatives.