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 millions of pets 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.
Elliott's Long Paw Scholars
Your gift to the Elliott’s Long Paw Scholars fund supports the training of a medical oncology resident at the Flint Animal Cancer Center.
The fund honors Elliott, a two-time FACC patient and a beautiful golden retriever who was the beloved companion of the Mesinger Family for 14 years. It also serves to thank the oncologists who provide compassionate care to cancer fighters and their families. Your generous support is an investment in the future of veterinary oncology.
Oncology Award in Memory of Lois Marie Adlfinger
Your gift to the Oncology Award in Memory of Lois Marie Adlfinger supports an annual award for an oncology specialty trainee at the Flint Animal Cancer Center.
Oncology residents and fellows provide skilled and compassionate care to animals and their humans as they battle cancer. Named for Lois Adlfinger, this fund honors those future cancer specialists as well as Lois and her generous heart, passion for learning, and love of animals. It is the sincere hope of Lois’s family and friends that through this fund, her beliefs and principles will live on: Never give up, never stop learning, and devote your lives to improving the quality of life for all our fellow creatures.
Lucy’s Scholars supports specialty training for a surgical oncology fellow and medical oncology resident at the Flint Animal Cancer Center. Your gift is an investment in the specialists who are working to improve the lives of companion animals battling cancer and to advance human and veterinary cancer treatment.
Lucy’s Scholars honors the memory of Lucy, a beloved pet that helped pioneer a new protocol in the early detection of cancer metastasis. Lucy’s owner established this fund to train future pioneers in veterinary oncology.
GIVING BY MAIL
Make checks payable to Colorado State University Foundation. Please note the specific fund name (i.e., Elliott’s Long Paw Scholars) in the memo.
Colorado State University Foundation
P. O. Box 1870
Fort Collins, CO 80522