The Foundation accepts funding requests that accomplish it’s mission to improve the welfare of horses.
Prioritizes requests that impact horses on a national and international scope, or where emergency funding is needed.
The Foundation will not grant funds for the following:
- For-profit individuals or groups.
- Unwanted/Retirement Horse Programs – facilities or programs that care for unwanted or retirement horses. This includes horses that may have been abandoned, abused, or neglected.
- Unsolicited Equine Research – Individual equine research projects that have not been solicited directly through a call for pre-proposals, such as The Foundation’s graduate student/resident research grant – see below. However, the Foundation will consider applications for emergency research and for equine research workshops that assist with the prioritization, education, and/or collaboration of equine research.
Application Submission Deadline: Please check back after January 15, 2020.
(Except for Disaster Relief grant applications which are accepted year-round based on disaster needs. For questions about applying for disaster relief, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Equitarian Support – programs that benefit working equids of the world, particularly those in impoverished areas. Priority is given to programs with the broadest reach or that work toward sustainability within the population visited.
Disaster Preparedness and Relief – programs that help multiple horses affected by natural disasters including tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, drought, blizzards, wildfires, earthquakes, and health disasters (epidemics), with emphases on emergency aid and disaster preparedness. Note: Disaster Preparedness applications are only accepted once a year. Please check back after January 15, 2020 for details and deadlines.
Graduate Student/Resident Equine Research Grant Applications: Please check back after January 15, 2020 for details and deadlines.