Celebrating the First Anniversary of a Special Partnership with the Morgridge Family Foundation

This month marks one year since the Morgridge Family Foundation (MFF) committed to investing in GCC’s transformational growth. This generous act has completely altered GCC’s trajectory, enabling it to take its programs to the next level.

Read about the Morgridge Family Foundations’ Impact Here

Conservation News to Know:

If you haven’t had a chance yet, the GCC team highly recommends that you take the time to watch the new documentary – “David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet” – now streaming on Netflix. It is a powerful film that clearly and impactfully demonstrates the urgent need to rebuild our planet’s biodiversity and restore Earth’s wild places.

The Results of GCC’s Wildlife Ranger Food Drive

As the Wildlife Ranger Food Drive draws to a close, GCC looks back at the last six months and the incredible impact the initiative has had on 50 ranger families.

See the Results of Your Support Here

Becoming a Ranger: Godfrey Mlambo Shares His Story

Future Rangers Scholar Godfrey Mlambo is from Mkhuhlu, outside of Hazyview, and was one of 16 young men and women who earned a GCC scholarship place at the Southern African Wildlife College. GCC’s founder, Matt Lindenberg, talks to him about the selection process and what becoming a field ranger means to him.

Read Godfrey’s Story Here

In Conversation with Robert Ludke

GCC Board Advisor Robert Ludke talks about his new book Transformative Markets and how sustainable practices don’t have to be a trade-off in terms of cost or quality.

Read Bob’s Interview Here