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Sustaining the Earth Through the Colcom Foundation

It was just forty-three years ago when foreign theorists created a law whereby couples should be relegated to only having one child. One aspect of this thought process was to control overpopulation and secondly, controlling how people live selfishly will help in the generational sustainment of the planet.

Several early freethinkers of social reform have included those who fought for gender equality, civil rights, and the ideal of God and nature. Right or wrong, only history would bear this out.

There is one Foundation that believes challenging decisions must be made to preserve the dissymmetry between humanity and the natural world. In 1996 at age 68, The Colcom Foundation was founded by Cordelia S. May.

Colcom Foundation supports several special programs, including the Conservation Catalyst Fund, which grants conservation organizations working to protect threatened species and habitats. By offering financial support and resources, this foundation allows these groups to make significant strides in conservation efforts.

As an original proponent of family planning at age 23, Ms. May also loved this planet for its role in its natural sustainability for humankind. As we can see from present day headlines, this delicate balancing act affects our ecosystem, marine and land ecological environments, global pollution, and overall biodiversity decline.

Cordelia S. May was a visionary with the foresight to bring this future concept into global awareness several decades before the public was informed. Ms. May foresaw how the growth of overpopulation would adversely affect our environment. Thus, this balancing act from a growing population versus the ecological balance became her life’s mission.

The Colcom Foundation continues its national grantmaking activities by honoring the benevolent intentions, an intimate empath for nature and humankind, as well as tireless efforts that were begun by its philanthropic benefactor Cordelia S. May after her passing in 2005.

The deeply entrenched origins of the Colcom Foundation’s overpopulation extinction theory and industry caused environmental damage efforts are centered throughout the southwest Pennsylvania region. The Colcom Foundation’s ameliorating work goes to the funding of Pennsylvania’s historic cultural legacy.

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