Opportunities for Support

loveletterThe Cornell Feline Health Center cannot carry out its mission of improving the lives of cats through educational, research, and outreach activities without the generous support of our donors. We are forever indebted for your kind support, which makes our goals achievable and motivates us to work tirelessly on behalf of all felines and all of those that love them.

Please contact the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Alumni Affairs and Development at 607.253.3093 or vetfriends@cornell.edu to discuss these options.

GIVING WERE THE NEED IS GREATEST

An unrestricted gift allows the Cornell Feline Health Center to focus its resources on the educational, research, and outreach activities that are prioritized with respect to having the highest potential for impact on the well-being of cats. Give online for more information on how you can help us help cats.

DR. LOUIS J. CAMUTI MEMORIAL FUND

This unique service, created in memorial to Dr. Camuti’s six decades of dedication and innovation in feline veterinary medicine, provides cat lovers with one-on-one telephone consultation with our team of experienced veterinary consultants.

MEMORIAL PROGRAM FOR FELINE COMPANIONS

A gift to this program is a thoughtful way to honor the memory of a beloved feline friend. For more information, visit http://www.vet.cornell.edu/FHC/giving/memorial.cfm or call 607.253.3093.

istock_17690497_large-webENDOWMENT GIFTS

Managed as part of Cornell’s long-term investment pool, a gift of $100,000 or more provides a fitting tribute and a named legacy of support in perpetuity, helping to build a foundation for the future of the Center and all of its activities.

NAMED GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP, CLINICAL RESEARCH FUND, OR RESIDENCY

A minimum gift of $100,000 will provide a scholarship for a future veterinary student at the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine or establish a named fund that will generate income to support clinical research. A minimum gift of $1,000,000 can endow a named residency, which can provide income for stipends and grants that accompany this intensive residency training.

BEQUESTS AND PLANNED GIFTS

Naming the Cornell Feline Health Center in your will or selecting one of our many planned gift options can help ensure a better future for all cats while providing you with several financial benefits, including:

  • Income generation, tax deductions, and retirement security
  • Enhancement of net estate
  • Creation of a personal legacy

Please contact the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Office of Alumni Affairs and Development at 607.253.3093 or vetfriends@cornell.edu to discuss these options.