Ways to Give to OVC Pet Trust
OVC Pet Trust is committed to raise money to benefit the health and well being of all our companion animals. Working closely with the Ontario Veterinary College and generous people like you, we ensure that all our pets get the very best healthcare there is. Together we can make a difference and become the voice of pets everywhere that need our help. Please give generously. On behalf of all our pets...THANK YOU!
OVC Pet Trust Update (March 16 at 4:00 p.m.)
Please be advised that, in an effort to support our community’s collective health & well-being, the OVC Pet Trust team is currently working remotely. Donations are still being processed and memorial notification letters will still be sent, however please allow extra time for processing.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.Information about the University’s response to COVID-19 can be found on the UofG website.
Thank you for your flexibility and ongoing support.
Memorial Gifts or Tribute Gifts: Make your donation online or call 519-824-4120 x 54695.
Planned Giving: Find out more about a planned gift or an estate gift to OVC Pet Trust.
For more information on other ways to give, including Gifts of Securities, Gifts in Kind and Major Gifts, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-824-4120 x 56495.
Surgery and Anesthesia Facilities at Ontario Veterinary College
The development of new world-class facilities will keep OVC at the forefront of veterinary medicine, raise the standard of care and increase our ability to provide the most advanced surgical and anesthesia techniques, diagnoses and treatment in Canada.
The facilities will include:
Specialized areas equipped with leading-edge technology for surgery, anesthesia and recovery
First dedicated suite for minimally invasive procedures at a veterinary teaching hospital in Canada
To learn more about our $9-million fundraising campaign launched in Fall 2015, read our blog post.
A gift to the Greatest Need fund will help advance the health and well being of companion animals.
We have raised almost $15 million to help fight cancer in pets and create the Mona Campbell Centre for Animal Cancer.
Pet Trust is committed to support clinicians, veterinarians and dog owners to advance the health and well being of our beloved canine companions.
Pet Trust can help support our clinicians, veterinarians and cat owners to advance the health and well being of our feline friends.
Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund
Pet Trust is dedicated to researching and finding more and better ways to deal with and understand the complexities of cancer.