Carly’s Way was founded in 2019 after Carly’s life was tragically cut short by a car-on-pedestrian hit and run intoxicated driver in College Station, Texas. She was attending Texas A&M University to become a veterinarian. Carly’s Way is an effort to fulfill Carly’s vision for helping animals and assist in preventing impaired driving.
Carly deeply believed every animal, from every background should have the chance at a happy and healthy life. To help promote her wishes, Carly’s Way was formed.
Carly’s Way is a non-profit corporation, 501 (c) (3) formed under the laws of the State of Texas.
Through our Animal in Need Program we support area animal shelters and rescue groups with food, supplies, medication and some veterinary costs until the rescued animals can be placed into permanent adoptive homes.
Through our Pet in Need Program we provide financial assistance for families struggling financially to fund their pet’s veterinary expense. By providing financial assistance in times of need, Carly’s Way seeks to allow veterinary medical care for animal owners who are unable to afford the cost of their pet’s urgent care. By providing this assistance, we hope to reduce the number of unnecessary euthanasia and surrenders to shelters.
We also advocate and educate on the importance of ending impaired driving. It’s 100% preventable!
We are always looking for ways to share Carly’s story and educate on the consequences of impaired driving so a life might be saved and no one else will experience this type of tragedy.
Please email if you have an event or opportunity where we can contribute in raising awareness to prevent impaired driving.