Christian Veterinary Fellowship
Christian Veterinary Fellowship exists to share the love of Christ through veterinary medicine. Auburn’s chapter has sent students to the Navajo Nations, Mongolia, Guatemala, Ethopia and more! CVF’s mission is to empower, change and facilitate veterinary students to serve others and build relationships through their veterinary knowledge and skills so that lives are transformed. Auburn CVF’s chapter is a great way to fellowship with classmates and faculty members as well as share Christ’s love with others!
Principle activities, events, or programs:
CVF hosts weekly lunch meetings on Wednesdays. Lunch is typically donated by local churches, and speakers share about the Christian faith and how it relates to veterinary medicine.
Annual Fundraising: Pictures with Santa, Dine with a Doctor Auction, Finals Goodie Bags, Columbia Clothing Sale, Bake Sale, Pancake Breakfast
Annual Activities: First Year BBQ, Pumpkin Carving, Worship Nights
How this group’s activities benefit the profession, university, and community:
This group allows Auburn veterinary students the opportunity to use their veterinary knowledge and skills while also sharing Christ’s love. This is also a great chance for students to get to know some of the faculty members on a more personal level. CVF sends multiple students on mission trips each year. These benefit not only the student gaining veterinary experience, but also those in the community as students are able to spread God’s word.
How to get involved with this group:
No dues or requirements, just attend Wednesday lunch meetings!
President: Bailey Hunt
Vice President: Mallory Mize
Secretary: Emily McKinley
Treasurer: Maddy Gohlke
Missions Coordinator: Christopher Tadych
Fundraising Chair: Breanne Williams