Foundation / Corporation
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
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Grants to USA nonprofit and governmental equine welfare and animal welfare organizations that care for horses, donkeys, ponies, and mules. This program seeks to support equine-focused organizations that meet best practices in both equine care and nonprofit management. Consideration will be given to applications in the following areas:
Grants for housing and rehabilitation of the equine victims of large-scale seizures due to cruelty, neglect or abandonment impacting eight or more equine are available. Support may be requested by an equine rescue group, humane society or animal control agency. Verification of the number of animals impacted must be submitted with the online application through one of the following: 1) link to an accurate media report; 2) affidavit from law enforcement authorities with jurisdiction over the case, or 3) a report from the veterinarian of record covering all seized equine.
Field Investigations & Response (FIR) Partner Assistance:
Grants to provide support for equine seized by the ASPCA FIR Team in conjunction with our partners in law enforcement and placed with a humane society, rescue or sanctuary. Funding can be used for hay/feed/supplements, veterinary/farrier/dental care, medications/vaccines/gelding and/or training.
Grants to repair damaged structures, provide vet care for injured equine or replace hay/feed or supplies lost due to fires, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, snowstorms, break-ins or other human-caused or natural disasters are available to all established 501(c)(3) equine rescues and sanctuaries regardless of when they last received funding from the Equine Fund.
GrantWatch ID#: 168956
Unsolicited grants are generally awarded in amounts from $500 - $5,000 and seldom exceed 10% of an organization's current annual operating budget.
Anti-Cruelty Seizures: Support in the form of $500/horse (not to exceed $15,000) can be requested. Awards range from $4,000 - $15,000.
Field Investigations & Response (FIR) Partner Assistance: Award range is to-be-determined by FIR Placement Manager and Equine Grants Officer based on number of equine placed.
Emergency/Disaster Support: Awards range from $500 - $5,000.
Multi-year grant pledges are generally not supported.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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