Support Our Work

Join us as we work to transform the veterinary profession.
Join us as we work to transform the veterinary profession.

Make A Difference


Donating to MCVMA supports the powerful work of veterinary professionals of color who are collaboratively building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive profession – one that is poised to ensure veterinary medicine continues to be relevant for a rapidly shifting demographic society. Together, we’re using promising and unique strategies to support those currently working in our profession, to invite a new generation of veterinary professionals, and to elevate the needs of the communities we come from. Join us as we work to transform the veterinary profession into one where everyone from historically and currently underrepresented communities receives the full benefits of veterinary medicine.

How To Donate


Donations to MCVMA are tax-deductible. Our tax-identification number is 84-1831027.


Online donations support our general operations and programs.

By Mail

Checks can be made out and sent to:

Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association
P.O. Box 1742 Silverdale, WA, 98383


If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact us.

Our Impact


“The Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association is one of our profession’s most powerful voices in support of racial equity and change. The MCVMA prioritizes action over talk and progress over status quo; they imagine a different and more inclusive veterinary landscape that better serves and represents all members of our society. We are grateful for MCVMA’s role in spearheading the WakeUpVetMed Initiative, and for driving our profession forward as a whole.”

Cristina Keef

Executive Director, Portland Veterinary Medical Association

“Boehringer-Ingelheim Animal Health USA is proud to support the MCVMA’s mission of racial and ethnic diversity and cultural competency within the veterinary profession! Being supporters has fostered additional meaningful internal departmental discussions about critical ally-ship and working towards being effective ‘upstanders’.”
Andrew Eschner, DVM

Regional Director, Boehringer-Ingelheim

“It has been so valuable for ASV (the Association of Shelter Veterinarians) to get to work with MCVMA on discussions regarding the intersection of DEI, shelter medicine and access to veterinary care. We are working to translate our collaborative work into CE presentations to provide greater exposure of these important topics to our veterinary colleagues.”

Chumkee Aziz, DVM, DABVP (Shelter Medicine)

Senior Director, Shelter Medicine Association of Shelter Veterinarians

“The presentation was so impactful and the conversation afterwards was illuminating and organically educational. I also appreciated time in the break rooms to discuss learnings with others, but also – just the ability to connect with other Black professionals in the field was life-giving.”
MCVMA event attendee