The Foundation aims to improve animal welfare through effective grantmaking and education in the United States, the Caribbean, Native American lands, and Kenya. The Foundation serves as a catalyst to help nonprofits achieve their potential by forming partnerships, leveraging resources, and educating the public. It seeks to inspire collaborations by organizing conferences and meetings, and by facilitating conversations. It offers three types of grants: education and outreach; companion animal welfare; and wildlife and habitat protection. Education and outreach grants educate the general public and engage others in animal and environmental protection. In Florida, the program is administered under the Caring Fields Education Center. Companion Animal Welfare grants support spay-neuter services and humane education in Cape Cod, Massachusetts; Southeast Florida; Native American lands in the southwestern United States; and the islands of the Caribbean. Wildlife and Habitat Protection grants fund select wildlife protection organizations in specific geographic regions including marine mammals on Cape Cod; buffalo in Montana; and elephants in Kenya. Grants are awarded to organizations in Montana, Massachusetts, Florida, Arizona, New Mexico, the Caribbean, and Kenya. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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