Panther International Adopts Jumanji

Panther International Adopts Jumanji

 

Panther International LLC is a custom software applications firm located in Clearwater, Florida. Chase Stockon, Panther’s CEO/President, recently brought his staff for a private tour and decided he wanted to help. As he put it, “I was motivated to support Big Cat Rescue after visiting the sanctuary and seeing the incredible work there. As I learned about the volunteers’ efforts to create a home for more than 100 large cats, many of whom were formerly neglected pets or part of the exotic pet trade, I could see the organization needed more resources to support the cats.”

 

The company has “adopted” Jumanji, a beautiful and mischievous black leopard who just turned 13. The pledge of $20,000 is expected to provide food for Jumanji for the rest of his life. The photo shows Chase and Panther’s Director of Marketing and Communications, Jill Reagan presenting the check. If you look carefully in the photo with the check you can see Jumanji looking intently at the proceedings from the top of his den. He is probably thinking “OK, so where is the first meal?”

 

Panther International designed and developed the BlackCat Grant Management System, a software solution utilized by government and nonprofit agencies. It manages over $6 billion in federal, state, and local grants annually. Many thanks to the management and staff of Panther International for this very generous support!

Panther International Chase Stockon Jill Reagan

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