The Murry Foundation is a non-profit organization whose people earn no salaries. Founder and chairman, Adam Murry, has dedicated his life to those less fortunate, whether they be animal or human - giving hope where there was once none.
The foundation’s activities include: constructing and maintaining schools for orphaned children, ensuring animal welfare, rehabilitation and release sanctuaries for endangered animals, supporting AIDS/HIV projects, and land acquisition for projects. The Murry Foundation believes in helping projects become completely self-sustaining, enabling long-term benefit to local communities around the world.
In Virunga National Park, the Murry Foundation is funding the $80,000 rebuilding of the primary school at Rumangabo, where 600 children, many the sons and daughters of rangers who protect the mountain gorillas, are striving to get an education.
The Murry Foundation also supports other like-minded charities and non-profit organizations. For further info, please go to www.themurryfoundation.com
The Murry Foundation is dedicated to protecting the environment and helping both animals and human beings in need around the world.