Other Ways to Give

Morris Animal Foundation is dedicated to improving the health of animals through scientific innovation, education and inspiration. Your gift goes to work immediately, supporting critical research that is saving the lives of animals around the world.

Every gift makes a difference, and there are many ways to give.

Leadership Gifts

Deepen your engagement through your gift of $10,000 or more and support animal health in a major way. Contact Chief Development Officer, Ryan Welch, today at [email protected] or 303.708.3429.

Investment Giving

  • Donations of appreciated stocks, securities or mutual funds can benefit Morris Animal Foundation today, and help you avoid paying capital gains tax. To complete an electronic fund transfer to Morris Animal Foundation, please use the following information, then contact Development Coordinator, Shanda Griebel, at [email protected] or 303.708.3436 with the date of transfer and type/number of shares.
  • Gifts through an IRA rollover or other retirement assets can provide benefits to you and Morris Animal Foundation. Learn more here.

Workplace Giving

  • Many employers offer a matching gift program to encourage philanthropy among employees. See if your employer participates in a matching gift program and double or even triple the impact of your gift.
     
  • Contact your Human Resources Department to set up automatic payroll deductions to benefit Morris Animal Foundation.

Corporate & Organizational Partnerships

Our partners ensure a healthier future for animals. Our relationships are customized to create a win-win, long-term collaboration.

ACVIM Research Fund

We're a proud partner of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). Gifts designated to the ACVIM Research Fund will help advance veterinary care through continued study of animal health.

Other Ways to Get Involved

We hope you will choose to keep in touch. Here are some easy ways to learn more about what we do.

  • STAY CONNECTED. Sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter, AnimalNEWS Tips & Tails, to read the latest stories, and to learn about study updates.
  • ASK US. Contact us to learn more or submit questions.