Your gift to the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University improves the lives of companion animals battling cancer. With your support, we can achieve our mission and sustain our work into the future. In addition to the individual gift funds listed below, we have a wish list as well as naming opportunities in our Lucy Oncology Clinic. Gifts for these purposes enhance our ability to provide quality patient care and skilled training for future veterinarians, and strengthen our resources in cancer research. Please visit our wish list page or contact Dr. Christine Hardy, (970) 297-4175 for more information. All donations and every amount of support makes a difference to our program. Together we can make a difference; together we can work toward a cure.
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.
Areas of Impact – Greatest Need
One Cure is founded on the principle that cancer is cancer and that treatment breakthroughs come through collaboration between scientists and doctors who are working with both people and animals.
Please join our efforts to eradicate cancer through a charitable gift to One Cure. Your gift to One Cure benefits our clinical trials program.
Kari's Fund is the operating endowment of the FACC and supports our annual educational, research and service missions.
Thanks to an anonymous donor, your gift to this fund is matched dollar for dollar and will forever ensure the viability of the FACC to continue to be the world leader in veterinary clinical oncology and translational cancer research.
Carmen's Legacy supports our free consult service, an important outreach effort to help both pet owners and veterinarians with their questions about cancer treatment. The service answers approximately 2000 online consults each year.
Your donation supports this free service today and into the future.
Established in loving memory of Lucy, the purpose of the Lucy Scholars Fund is to train the specialists who helped her and who are future pioneers in veterinary oncology.
Your gift will provide additional support for current and future oncology fellows and specialists.
Elliot's Long Paw reaches out to help support the next generation of veterinary oncologists. Our three-year training program is one of the top programs in the nation, with over 70 graduates.
Your gift to this fund will help support the training of our team of eight oncology residents.
Angelo Feline Therapeutics Discovery was established in memory of Angelo, a beloved cat who had lymphoma, and in honor of Dr. Janet Lori, a CSU-trained veterinary oncologist who provided Angelo's cancer care.
Your gift to this fund will provide support for feline therapeutic research.
This endowment helps support cutting-edge cancer research and clinical trials. Improving and extending the quality of life for dogs with cancer is the core mission, with the ultimate goal of finding a cure.
Your contribution will help us continue to lead the way in cancer treatment and research.
The Friends of Nan Bush & Palomino Fund was established in 2008 by internationally known photographer Bruce Weber to honor the special relationship shared by his wife, Nan, and her beloved Golden Retriever, Palomino.
Your gift will help us provide financial assistance to patient families.
Jessy's Leash of Love Fund provides financial assistance to pets and families in need of oncology care at FACC.
To honor Jessy, and those at FACC who were instrumental to her treatment, Jessy’s owner created a pending endowment fund to help patients whose owner's cannot afford care.
Your gift will help us ensure more pets receive treatment.
This fund was established in memory of Holly, a remarkable chocolate lab who endured many health challenges. The purpose is to provide financial assistance for the benefit of companion animals, particularly those of elderly and disabled pet owners, seeking treatment at the FACC.
Holly’s family hopes this gift will allow recipients to choose the best care possible for their cherished pet.