The Latham Foundation was proud to recognize the following organizations and their humane education programs which were awarded grants from our 2018 Grants program.  They are a very diverse group each helping their own community, and sharing the values of humane education daily.

Baltimore Children’s Museum, Baltimore, MD

Barren River Animal Welfare Association, Glasgow, KY

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, Jupiter, FL
Latham Letter Spring/Summer 2020

Charleston Animal Society, North Charleston, SC – REPORT 
Latham Letter Winter 2020

Friends of Pima Animal Care Center, Tucson, AZ

Humane Society of Rochester and Monroe County, Fairport, NY

Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley San Bernardino, CA – REPORT
Latham Letter Spring/Summer 2019

Humane Society of Utah, Murray, UT
Latham Letter Spring/Summer 2020

Lakes Animal Friendship Society, Southbank, BC, Canada – REPORT
Latham Letter Fall 2019

Liberia Animal Welfare & Conservation Society, Voinjama, Liberia –  REPORT
Latham Letter Fall 2019

Misty Eyes Animal Center, Brownsburg, IN

Oshkosh Area Humane Society, Oshkosh, WI

Palo Alto Humane Society, Palo Alto, CA – REPORT
Latham Letter Fall 2019

PAWS Atlanta, Decatur, GA

Progressive Animal Welfare Society, Lynnwood, WA

San Diego Humane Society, San Diego, CA
Latham Letter Spring/Summer 2019

Show Your Soft Side, Lutherville, MD

Snippit Citrus, Inc, Homosassa Springs, FL

Spay Campbell County Tennessee Pets, La Follette, TN

Spay Neuter Network, Crandall, TX

Stepping Stones Museum for Children, Norwalk, CT

The Humane Education Trust, South Africa

The Potter League for Animals, Middletown, RI

Victoria Humane Society, Victoria, BC, Canada
Latham Letter Spring/Summer 2020

Wilson County No Kill Animal Shelter, La Vernia, TX

Wisconsin Humane Society, Milwaukee, WI – REPORT
Latham Letter Winter 2020

Woods Humane Society, San Luis Obispo, CA

Zoological Society of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI