Rabies Free Africa

World Rabies Day is September 28!

Join fellow alumni and donors to raise awareness and support of Rabies Free Africa, a program of the Paul G. Allen School for Global Health. Rabies Free Africa collaborates with our global partners, such as the World Health Organization, to raise awareness and build support to eliminate human death from rabies.

In honor of World Rabies Day, a generous donor is matching gifts made to Rabies Free Africa in September and October. 

The Rabies Free Africa team encourages veterinary clinics to get involved in the program to improve the world locally and globally. Most veterinary clinics support the program by donating $1 per rabies vaccine administered at the clinic. We provide printed materials to help you promote the program and you can send in donations in a time frame that works for you.


Veterinary clinics with questions about the program or that need printed materials can contact our team. Samples of the printed materials available can be found on our Rabies Free Africa Facebook page

Rabies Free Africa has a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter

Questions about giving? Contact Christie Cotterill  or 206-219-2402.

To make a gift by mail:

Please make your check out to “WSUF” (Washington State University Foundation) and indicate the fund name. Send the check to:

College of Veterinary Medicine
Attn: Development Office
PO Box 647010
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-7010

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