The Sustaining Members of the Veterinary Quadrangle is a gift club created to recognize those who have made a significant investment in ISU's College of Veterinary Medicine. Its members are alumni, friends, businesses and foundations who have contributed a minimum of $7,500 to the college. The club is named after the Veterinary Quadrangle, which served as the college's major facility for 64 years (1912-1976).
Ways to Give
There are many ways to give to ISU's College of Veterinary Medicine, including the medical and animal health programs that are part of our Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center.
Giving by Check
Most supporters make their gifts by check. Checks should be made payable to the ISU Foundation and should be accompanied by a note that specifies the purpose of your gift. For example, to be directed to the Veterinary Medical Endowment Fund, or to provide scholarship support for veterinary students, or to support the medical center equipment fund.
The College of Veterinary Medicine's Development Office encourages alumni, friends and clients to contact us with gift ideas or questions. We look forward to working with you and your advisors to learn more about how your philanthropic goals align with college priorities. We also encourage donors to consider the ways they would like to leave a legacy and how the creation of new scholarships, faculty, and program endowments allow us to achieve excellence now, and in the future.
Cash, a gift transferred immediately from you to benefit the College of Veterinary Medicine, often is the most convenient and easiest form of giving. A majority of the college's alumni , clients and friends make current gifts by writing a check or using a credit card.
Making charitable gifts online is quickly becoming a very popular method of providing support. Click below to access the ISU Foundation's Web site with Web pages specific to giving to the College of Veterinary Medicine. This is a secure Web site.
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