skip to primary navigationskip to content

Camvet

University of Cambridge Veterinary School Trust

Department A-Z

About Us

Camvet is a small charity dedicated to raising funds for the Queen's Veterinary School Hospital here in Cambridge. The hospital runs on a not-for-profit basis, so our goal is to fund essential equipment and facilities for diagnosing and treating the many thousands of animals referred for care. In addition, we help to fund teaching projects for our veterinary students. Every donation, no matter how large or small, really does make a huge difference to our animal patients.


Our Ultrasound Appeal - latest news

With your help we are making great progress with our Ultrasound Appeal. We are incredibly close to reaching our £70,000 target, just another £3,000 to go! Simply follow the Justgiving link if you would like to make a donation and help us reach the finish line! Thank you!

Read more

Mandy's Latest Challenge

Mandy Taylor (Crackerbury Pet Care in Wiltshire) is raising funds for our Cancer Therapy Unit and Intensive Care Unit. Mandy and her friends (human and canine) have just completed an extremely challenging trek along Offa's Dyke. Please support Mandy to reach her £500 target by donating via her Justgiving page (just click on the 'read more' arrow). A huge thank you to all involved, what an incredible achievement. If you have been inspired by Mandy and would like to organise a fundraising event, we'd be delighted to hear from you!

Read more

Catch up on what we've been up to in our newsletter!

Our latest edition of Creature Features is ready for you to read - find out about our latest campaign for an ultrasound machine, meet our Marathon runners, see how our Clinical Skills Centre is being used and read about Noah the donkey who was rescued by Cambridgeshire Fire Service in collaboration with our own equine team.

Read more

"I've got the best job in the world". .

Dr Jackie Brearley, Head of the Pauline Brown Clinical Skills, is positively brimming over with enthusiasm about the new teaching facilities which YOU helped to provide!

Read more

Dr Bruce James Netschert

A fund has been established to commemorate the life of Dr Bruce James Netschert (known as Jamie), who graduated from Cambridge Vet School in 1980 and sadly died at the end of November. The Jamie Netschert Fund, set up by his family, aims to provide grants for equipment and EMS support for vet students from Selwyn College, Jamie's college whilst at Cambridge. If you would like to contribute to the fund, please contact Mike Nicholson, Development Director, Selwyn College mgn24@cam.ac.uk.


Join the Great Weather Lottery

Win up to £25,000 AND support Camvet by joining the Great Weather Lottery. Join up or check your results here!

Read more

Data Protection

Please be assured that we will never share your contact details with any other party.

vouchercloud

Raise money for Camvet while shopping online – and save some money yourself! We have now partnered with vouchercloud – the money saving app and website – which means that you can donate to Camvet and save money simply by using vouchers and discount codes while shopping online. Just click ‘read more’ below and you’ll be able to search through vouchercloud for offers and deals for all of your favourite stores (for free!) If you make a purchase using a vouchercloud deal, they’ll donate half of the commission they earn from the sale – and if you sign up for an account on vouchercloud, they’ll donate even more.

Read more

Savoo supports Camvet

Camvet has recently partnered with savoo.co.uk on a new and exciting fundraising project. Every time you use Savoo, you can be donating to us by either searching online, or using their voucher codes and deals to save money.

Read more

Keep in Touch

We would love to keep you updated with our latest news, simply email us with your contact details and we'll do the rest!

Read more

Upcoming events

2018 Virgin London Marathon

Apr 22, 2018

London

Upcoming events

« June 2017 »
June
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
252627282930