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Maryland Veterinary Foundation Launches "Unleash Your Inner Animal" Contest to Support Vet Sch

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. - eTradeWire -- The Maryland Veterinary Foundation (MDVF) is excited to announce the launch of its first-annual "Unleash Your Inner Animal" Photo & Video Contest. This innovative fundraising event aims to support veterinary students in Maryland by raising $25,000 for scholarships.

About the Contest: The "Unleash Your Inner Animal" contest invites veterinary practices and the public to participate in a fun, team-building activity. Participants are encouraged to create and submit creative animal-themed photos or videos. The contest is designed to engage the community, foster creativity, and support future veterinarians.

How to Participate:
  • For Veterinary Practices: Gather your team, strike a pose mimicking your favorite animals, and enter the contest. Challenge your clients to join in and vote for your entries.
  • For the Public: Submit your own creative entries and vote for your favorites.

Why Participate:
  • Support Future Veterinarians: All funds raised will directly support scholarships for veterinary students, helping to alleviate their financial burdens.
  • Engage and Inspire: This contest provides a unique opportunity to engage with your community and clients in a fun, non-clinical way.
  • Friendly Competition: Encourage friendly competition among local veterinary practices to boost participation and donations.

Key Dates:
  • Contest Duration: Now through August 31, 2024
  • Submission Deadline: August 31, 2024
  • Voting Period: Now through August 31, 2024

Prizes: Prizes and bragging rights will be awarded to:
  • Most Votes
  • Highest Team Donations
  • Highest Individual Donations

Join the Challenge: Help us make a difference in the lives of future veterinarians. Visit donate.mdvma.org/contest to learn more, submit your entries, and start voting.

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Jaime Markle

Source: Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
Filed Under: Pets

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