Flint Animal Cancer Center
Opportunities to Give
Your gift to CSU’s Flint Animal Cancer Center improves the lives of companion animals battling cancer. Through your generosity, we can achieve our mission and sustain our work into the future. Depending on your passion, we offer a variety of ways to support our work. All donations make a difference to our patients and to cancer research. For more information, please contact Dr. Christine Hardy, (970) 297-4175.
Your gift, in any amount, can be mailed to:
Flint Animal Cancer Center
300 W. Drake Road · ACC 209
Fort Collins, CO 80523
You can also designate the Flint Animal Cancer Center in your will. Find out more by visiting our Office of Gift Planning at Colorado State University.
In addition to the individual gift funds listed below, we have a wish list as well as naming opportunities in our Lucy Oncology Clinic.
One cure for pets and people.
Your gift to One Cure supports clinical trials and comparative oncology research at the Flint Animal Cancer Center. Pet dogs, in particular, offer many advantages for the study of cancer in people because they share our environment and a remarkable number of physical and biological similarities. Despite this acknowledgement, funding remains scarce. Canine clinical trials are key to finding new treatment protocols, more effective drugs, and better diagnostic tools on our way to finding a cure. Perhaps the biggest benefit of canine clinical trials is that study results are available in half the time; one to three years for pet patients instead of five to ten years for people and at a fraction of the cost. Your gift will help us speed up advances and improve outcomes for all cancer patients.
Your gift to One Cure will help us speed up advances and improve outcomes for all cancer patients, both pets and people …
Gifts to Kari & Kelsey’s Fund support the operational heart and soul of the Flint Animal Cancer Center and allows us to focus on comprehensive and compassionate care. This fund supports essential staff, training opportunities, awareness and outreach activities, and also helps maintain our clinical and laboratory equipment. It provides us with the flexibility in the moment to address our greatest needs.
Your gift to our operating fund provides flexibility to support new opportunities and our greatest needs.
Your gift to basic research expands our ability to search for better cancer treatments for the future. Each day, our pharmacologists, molecular oncologists, cancer biologists, and immunologists learn key information to help in the development of new cancer therapies. Their labs search for genetic information to explore cancer’s weaknesses and test new ways to take advantage of those findings at the most basic levels. Breakthroughs lead to clinical trials, which lead to better treatment options. With your support, we can build our basic research program to continue to unlock the mysteries of cancer on our way to finding a cure.
Your gift supports for feline therapeutic research…
Your gift is an investment in better cancer treatments…
Gifts to our patient assistance funds ensure money does not have to be a barrier to treatment. Your generosity benefits our patients and the families who love them and allows us to focus on providing compassionate and comprehensive care.
Your gift supports our free consultation service which answers 1,600 inquiries from patient families and veterinarians each year…
Your gift to Jessy's Leash of Love provides financial assitance to patients whose families cannot afford care…
Your gift combined with suppor from Holly’s family will help elderly and disabled families choose the best care possible for their pets…
Your gift offers financial assistance to families to provide the best possible care for their pets…
Your scholarship gift is an investment in the next generation of veterinary oncologists. With your help, we can attract the most promising candidates who may one day find the key to preventing or curing cancer. Educating future cancer specialists is central to our mission. In fact, we have trained more surgical, medical, and radiation oncologists than any other veterinary institution in the world. Until the day we conquer cancer, the need for additional veterinary oncologists continues to grow as more than six million pet animals are diagnosed with cancer each year. To assure every pet has access to expert oncology care, we need to train more specialists. To do that, we need your partnership.
Your gift supports annual scholarships for one medical oncology resident and one surgical oncology fellow …
Your gift helps us provide an annual scholarship to a medical oncology resident…
Your gift supports an annual financial award for an oncology specialist trainee…