Disaster Relief

Horses in Crises:
Hurricanes, Wildfires,
Floods and Tornadoes

Horses in Crises:
Hurricanes, Wildfires, Floods and Tornadoes

Send help to those on the frontlines in Australia

The Foundation for the Horse provides emergency relief by deploying needed resources in areas hit by natural disasters like hurricane, wildfires, floods and tornadoes.

Happening Now: The Foundation providing $10,000 in matching funds for Australia wildfire relief

The Foundation for the Horse is accepting aid through its Disaster Relief Fund to support veterinarians working with wildlife, horses and other livestock affected by the Australia wildfires, which have taken an unimaginable toll on the nation and its animals.

The Foundation, whose mission is to improve the welfare of horses, will match the first $10,000 in donations. All contributions will be distributed to the Australia Veterinary Association’s Benevolent Fund to support the many veterinarians impacted by the fires or providing charitable care to affected animals. Click here to learn more.

DONATE NOW

Send help to those on the frontlines in Australia

The Foundation for the Horse provides emergency relief by deploying needed resources in areas hit by natural disasters like hurricane, wildfires, floods and tornadoes.

Happening Now: The Foundation providing $10,000 in matching funds for Australia wildfire relief

The Foundation for the Horse is accepting aid through its Disaster Relief Fund to support veterinarians working with wildlife, horses and other livestock affected by the Australia wildfires, which have taken an unimaginable toll on the nation and its animals.

The Foundation, whose mission is to improve the welfare of horses, will match the first $10,000 in donations. All contributions will be distributed to the Australia Veterinary Association’s Benevolent Fund to support the many veterinarians impacted by the fires or providing charitable care to affected animals. Click here to learn more.

DONATE NOW

“Ten days after Hurricane Maria, we got our first container full of feed, and with it a stock of medical supplies specifically from The Foundation for the Horse. Without those large organizations, I don’t think we would have been able to get as
much help as we did.”

Kelley Stobie, director
Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Center at Hipodromo Camarero
Puerto Rico

“Ten days after Hurricane Maria, we got our first container full of feed, and with it a stock of medical supplies specifically from The Foundation for the Horse. Without those large organizations, I don’t think we would have been able to get as
much help as we did.”

Kelley Stobie, director
Caribbean Thoroughbred Aftercare Center at Hipodromo Camarero
Puerto Rico