Legacy Fund Program

The American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) Foundation Legacy Fund provides an opportunity to recognize a principal donor, veterinary practice, or honoree through an endowed contribution of $50,000 or more to the AASV Foundation. The fund may be named after the donor, practice, or other individual or group. Additionally, the donor(s) may designate which of three AASV Foundation mission categories will be supported by the proceeds from the fund: 1) research, 2) education, or 3) long-term issues. As an endowed giving program, Legacy Fund contributions are invested to generate income in the form of interest, dividends, and capital gains. The income is used to fund foundation activities in the specified mission category, while the original contribution is conserved, helping to assure the organization’s long-term stability and success. The Legacy Fund represents the highest level of the foundation’s triad of endowed giving programs (Leman-Heritage-Legacy).

Establish a Legacy Fund:

  1. As an individual, veterinary practice, or group of donors, make a contribution of $50,000 or more to the AASV Foundation.
  2. Complete and submit the Legacy Fund form to specify details regarding your gift.

AASV Foundation Legacy Funds:

Joe and Callie Connor Legacy Fund

Bob Morrison Legacy Fund (established by Drs. Barry Kerkaert, Luke Minion, Cameron Schmitt, and Gordon Spronk)

Pipestone Veterinary Services Practice Legacy Fund

Conrad Schmidt and Family Legacy Fund

Warren Wilson Family Legacy Fund

Nathan L Winkelman Legacy Fund

Theo Paula (Teddi) Wolff Legacy Fund

Kenneth T. Wright Legacy Fund

Paul and Lori Yeske Legacy Fund

For more information, contact: AASV Foundation, 830 26th Street, Perry, Iowa 50220, Tel: 515-465-5255, aasv@aasv.org