Maddie’s Fund: Building Community and Collaboration Against All Odds

Maddie’s Fund: Building Community and Collaboration Against All Odds

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Abstract

The Maddie’s Fund case study focuses on the organization’s collaborative philosophy and its system-level strategy of creating greater cohesiveness in the animal rescue movement that was fractured and had a history of “trashing and bashing.” Unlike many other foundations, the Maddie’s Fund has tried to create networks and collaboration across the animal welfare field as a whole with the goal of achieving a “no-kill nation” for American’s companion animals (dogs and cats). The case protagonist is Rich Avanzino, largely regarded as the father of the no-kill movement and the case ends with him leaving the organization and the future of Maddie’s Fund.

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