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Your Gift Can Help!

At UTCVM we are all about animal, human and public health. Animals are our companions, are part of our food source, and are significant indicators of environmental processes. Animals are more important than ever to human well-being, health and happiness and to our nationís economy. Our role at the UT College of Veterinary Medicine is to meet future needs created by the interdependence of humans and animals and to ensure the quality of animal health care and scientific investigation essential to animal and human welfare.

We invite you to partner with us to help provide scholarships to educate the next generations of veterinary professionals and to meet the rising cost of a veterinary education; to purchase specialized, contemporary equipment for our four hospitals (companion animal, exotics, equine and farm animal); to expand and renovate our hospitals; to help perform clinical trials to develop new treatments and improve the quality of life for animals; to help us recruit and retain the best faculty; and to help us provide for everything needed for excellence in teaching, research, and service.

Private support provides a significant portion of the collegeís annual budget. Greater needs exist than we can fully fund without private gifts. Each private gift represents potential. We invite you to review our directory of gift funds and select one or more for your investment in the future of veterinary medicine at UT. Undesignated gifts also may be made, allowing the college to use your gift in the area of greatest need. I promise you that we will use your gift purposefully and as designated. Please click this link to review our UT Veterinary Medical Centerís WISH LIST.

Ways to Give

 
  • Outright gifts of cash and securities
  • Real estate and personal property
  • Wills and bequests
  • Life income

Thank you for taking the time to consider supporting the UT College of Veterinary Medicine. Like you, we love our animals whether they are large or small. Each animal that comes into our lives makes a difference. You can, too. Leave a legacy for the future by making a gift to the UT College of Veterinary Medicine. Thank you!

UTCVM Caduse James P. Thompson, DVM, PhD
Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine

P.S.
I invite you to check out UTCVM's successes in the recently completed Campaign for Tennessee/UTIA publication.

 

 

 

 


UTVMC Renovation

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Large Animal Hospital Construction and Renovation

New Construction
  Large Animal Hospital 33,446sf
 
  Orthopedic Diagnostic  
  Center 32,225sf
 
Hospital Renovation 18,764sf
 
  Total 84,435sf
 
  Cost $20.9M
 
The new facilities will include:
1. Client Reception
 
2. Equine Hospital
  • ICU
  • Isolation
  • Orthopedic, soft tissue,
     & colic surgical suites
 
3. Farm Animal Hospital
  • Standing and recumbent
    surgery suites
  • Isolation
 
4. Imaging Center (Large &
  Small Animal)
  • Spiral CT
  • MRI
  • Nuclear medicine
 
5. Orthopedic Diagnostic Center
  • Lameness diagnostic center
  • Event-sized arena
  • Imaging unit
  • Farrier ship
 
6. Ambulatory/Field Service Unit
 

 

 

 

 

 



Ways to Give

Outright gifts of cash and securities


Securities may be a way to increase the size of your gift without the cost of tax liabilities; ask us how.

Real estate and personal property

Gifts of land, leasehold properties, homes, paintings, rare books and other collectibles may be an excellent opportunity for some donors; ask us about the possibilities.

Wills and bequests

Donors can document a commitment through estate vehicles of various types. UTCVM can provide you with the wording for your needs in consultation with your financial/legal advisor.

Life income

Our planned giving office can provide you illustrations for planned gifts such as charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, deferred charitable gift annuities, retained life estates and charitable lead trusts. Please contact Dennis Jones at djones@utk.edu or 865.974.7396.

  • Please contact:
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  • W. Blake Hudson
  • Director of Advancement
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • 2407 River Drive, Suite A301
  • Knoxville, TN 37996-4550
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