We did it.

Our Disaster Project Is Now Funded And CLOSED.

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With your help we raised $45,000 to help equines in disaster areas in Texas, Florida, California and Puerto Rico.

Thank You!

Brooke USA's mission is to improve the welfare of working equines in the poorest parts of the world. However, we knew that the devastation in Texas, Florida, California and Puerto Rico was of such scope and scale that it is only right that we make an exception and to assist these equine victims who are in our own backyard.

Through your donations, we raised $45,000 for the USEF Equine Disaster Relief Fund, to match their donors' gifts, dollar-for-dollar!, for the equine victims in Texas, Florida, California and Puerto Rico.

100% of the donations raised for the USEF Equine Disaster Relief Fund are tax-deductible and were designed to regional equine disaster relief efforts, to support emergency response groups and to help horses impacted by the hurricanes and wildfires.

 

US Equestrian CEO Bill Moroney said, “We are thrilled that Brooke USA has decided to come alongside US Equestrian in this effort. As part of our commitment to the health, welfare, and safety of horses, the USEF Equine Disaster Relief Fund was created to assist horses impacted by devastating natural disasters such as Hurricane Harvey. The outreach and generosity of the equestrian community to support the ongoing emergency assistance in this and future disasters allows us to provide direct financial assistance to the groups involved in the ongoing rescue efforts."

 This horse merely represents the equine victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

This horse merely represents the equine victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.


Thank You For Helping These Animals!

US Equestrian CEO Bill Moroney and CFO David Harris accepting a check from Brooke USA for equine victims of Hurricane Harvey.

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Some of the photos of horses used on this page and in our ads for disaster relief only represent the equine victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, and are not horses from those disasters.