How You Support the Allen School
A young girl in rural Africa can stay in school because her family has milk to sell from one healthy goat. One family is spared the devastating effects of economic hardship when a cow receives a life-saving vaccine. Early disease detection prevents a world-wide pandemic.
A gift to the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health can help millions.
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health Rabies Vaccination Program
Nearly 60,000 people die each year from rabies contracted through dog bites, with half being children. Our goal is ambitious: no human rabies deaths by 2030. Your support can help us reach that goal by expanding dog vaccinations programs in Africa.
Your $10 gift will vaccinate a child's dog. A gift of any amount will move us closer to a world where no child dies from canine rabies. Please join us in eliminating dog and human rabies worldwide.
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health Graduate Education Fund
Bringing life sciences, economics, social science, culture, history and ecology together is key for designing global health programs that will improve the lives of animals and people well into the future. Your gift creates opportunities for our graduate students to learn across disciplines and bring that knowledge to local communities.
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health Global Outreach Fund
Solutions to global health challenges come from multiple people and organizations working together. This sharing of ideas from different perspectives is what creates strong, culturally appropriate solutions. Your support helps to build partnerships within the School for Global Animal Health to assist with the development and application of disease intervention strategies at the animal-human interface.
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health Animal & Public Health Research
Diseases that pass between animals and humans are called zoonotic diseases. Recent studies show that up to 75 percent of recently emerging infectious diseases in humans originally came from animals. These include diseases that have made recent news like Ebola, Zika, Middle East respiratory syndrome and avian influenza. Your gift in support of research will help us learn how to detect diseases faster, develop vaccines to prevent the spread of disease, and help save lives.
The Global Health Perspective Newsletter
Official Allen School newsletter with articles on the latest projects in Pullman and across the world.
Official College of Veterinary Medicine newsletter with the latest updates from the college.
To make a gift by mail:
Please make check payable to the WSU Foundation and send to:
Veterinary Development Office
PO Box 647010
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-7010
Other Ways to Give
There are several ways you can give to the college including matching gifts, creating an endowment, or gift planning. For questions about giving, call (509) 335-9516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.