Wallace Campbell was the co-founder of CARE International.
Campbell was born in Three Forks, Montana in 1911.
After he obtained his Masters Degree in Sociology from the University of Oregon, he worked for the Cooperative League of the USA in New York City.
He initiated with his two friends Arthur Ringland and Lincoln Clark the concept that became known as CARE USA.
In 1945, they launched the CARE, and Wallace Campbell continued to serve that organization for many years, serving as its president from 1978 to 1986.
Campbell died January 7, 1998,in Los Angeles, California.
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