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The Pegasus Foundation has released its 2023 Impact Report.

“We are honored to have financially supported organizations with missions in land preservation, as well as in marine mammal and wildlife conservation, and in safeguarding domestic animals, too,” said Barbara U. Birdsey, Founder and President.

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Grants were awarded to the following organizations:

Birdsey Cape Wildlife Center
Black Hills Equine Rescue
Busch Wildlife Sanctuary
Caring Fields Felines
Center for Coastal Studies
Equine Rescue & Adoption
Everglades Animal Coalition Finding Pashs, Inc.
The Global Federation of Animal SanctuariesBrook U.S.A.
International Fund for Animal Welfare
Loon Preservation Committee
Massachusetts Audubon – Wellfleet and Long Pasture Sanctuaries
Nala’s New Life Rescue
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation
Orenda Wildlife Land Trust
Save the Chimps
Treasure Coast Wildlife Center
Treasured Lands Foundation
Whale and Dolphin Conservation
Wild Dolphin Project

Founded by David and Barbara Birdsey in 1996, The Pegasus Foundation’s mission “aids in rescuing and rehabilitating domestic and wild animals, awards grants to animal welfare initiatives, and supports vibrant and healthy ecosystems through strategic partnerships and sound environmental policies.”

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