Help us to improve the health and welfare of pets and wildlife by giving to UQ VETS.

Whether your gift goes towards treating sick or injured animals, running our community programs, or upgrading equipment, your generosity is greatly appreciated. Your donation, regardless of size, can also create opportunities for UQ students, accelerate vital research and boost teaching excellence.

Choose your cause

Give now to one of our priority funds, knowing that 100 per cent of your contribution will go to your nominated cause.

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Treating sick and injured wildlife
Help us to provide critical care and treatment to sick and injured wildlife, from ducks, kookaburras and kangaroos to wombats, bandicoots and turtles. Donations also support UQ veterinary students to build wildlife care skills.
Researching cures for sick pets
Help us to better diagnose, treat and hopefully cure animal illnesses. UQ researchers work to identify therapies, improve care and predict survival rates for diseases such as feline diabetes and canine cancers.
Donating blood to save lives
Dog blood donations allow us to perform urgent blood product transfusions for immune-related conditions and a range of traumas. Every donation to our program has the potential to save two dogs’ lives.
Providing care where it’s needed
Your support helps us to provide exceptional care and the latest equipment to diagnose, treat and prevent diseases. It also helps to provide services and research, including investigations into equine laminitis.

Every gift – large or small – makes a difference

To discuss your gift to one of our priority funds, or other philanthropic opportunities, email our Science Advancement team at

Thank you to our donors

Hear from UQ VETS avian and exotics specialist Dr Bob Doneley about how much we appreciate support from our donors (YouTube, 2m:01s).

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Support the vet stars of tomorrow

Studying veterinary science requires passion, dedication and outstanding academic results. Many talented people are unable to pursue their dream of attending university due to financial or personal hardship, or even regional isolation.

You can help create a student scholarship to ensure that UQs future veterinary stars get a successful start.