The San Diego Humane Society is setting the model for what humane societies nationwide can achieve. An innovative feline nursery and canine behavior center have helped bring the number of adoptable animals who are euthanized each year to zero.
MACP 2015 ANNUAL REPORT
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Grantees in the News
Our grantee partners’ good work and community-changing results are frequently featured in the news. Here is a recent selection of a few of those stories.
For the first time in five years, a nest of the endangered white-winged duck has been discovered in the Northern…READ MORE
Ensuring arts integration is at the forefront of teaching in the region is the mission of the University of Wisconsin…READ MORE
A new program allowing people to visit the Minnesota Zoo for free by showing proof that they receive public assistance…READ MORE
It starts small. Emma Bailey, a first-grader with big, expressive eyes, sets her school lunch on a table in the…READ MORE
Christine Morse announces her retirement as Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies Chief Executive Officer
Morse will remain Board Chair. MACP President Paul Busch to assume CEO role July 1, 2017 Christy Morse, CEO of…READ MORE
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (MACP) last year celebrated the opening of a 66,777-square-foot addition that included a geothermal exchange system for…READ MORE
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies [MACP] announced that Amber Rudell has been promoted to Director, Strategic Planning and Project Management. In…READ MORE