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Animal Relief Fund

Raised toward our $6,500 Goal
25 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on June 01, at 01:15 PM CDT
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Featured on Channel 6 News

May 22, 2017

Thank you to News On 6 for featuring the Animal Relief Fund.

First Victims of the Season

May 18, 2017

On Tuesday May 16th, an estimated EF2 tornado ripped through the town of Elk City, Oklahoma destroying dozens of homes and caused wide spread destruction. Unfortunately, 2 horses were injured during the storm and are now receiving treatment at the OSU Veterinary Medical Hospital. Because of your gifts to this fund, the cost of hospitalization, diagnostic evaluation, and medical and surgical treatment will be completely covered.

Oklahoma weather is very unpredictable and again today we are facing a high chance of severe weather. Please help us build this fund by sharing the project and asking for support from others. Every gift counts.


Help Us Save Lives!

May 03, 2017


Thank you to all of our wonderful donors who gave during our first annual university-wide Give Orange campaign. The Give Orange campaign helped us kick off our PhilanthroPete project to continue raising funds for this great cause and because of your generous contributions we are 29% of our way towards our $6,500 goal.  

But we still need your help!

Please partner with us! Maximize our impact by sharing this project with all your friends and family by clicking the share button on the homepage. You can share to Facebook, Twitter or Email to educate other of the impact they can have on the lives of storm victims.


Thank you for kicking us off and supporting this great cause! Every gift helps!



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The Animal Relief Fund was established in 2013 after devastating tornadoes occurred across Oklahoma.


Tornado Season

The months of April and May average 39 tornadoes every season. Thousands of animal's lives are affected by these tornadoes and are in need of medical care.


Because of You

Without your support, we could not help animals that are affected by tornadoes. We have been able to treat 89 animals through the OSU Animal Relief Fund.


Cost of Care

Since establishment, the Animal Relief Fund has provided nearly $141,000 in care.


Record Breaking Wind Speeds

Oklahoma has experienced tornado wind speeds up to 295 mph causing devastation to property, humans and animals.

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