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Thank you for taking action for horses!

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Thank you for taking action for horses!

For over 150 years, the ASPCA has worked tirelessly to put an end to equine abuse and neglect. From large-scale rescues to our grants program, the ASPCA works hard for horses. Last year, the ASPCA awarded over $1 million in grants to support 171 equine rescues and sanctuaries across the country. The grant money supported several areas of equine welfare including large-scale rehabilitation, emergency relief grants, safety net programs, and the Rescuing Racers Initiative, which aids in the rescue and rehabilitation of retired racehorses to save them from slaughter. With your help we can rescue, care for, and protect even more animals in need. Please make a gift to help save lives today.
 

More Actions for Horses
 

Adopt a Horse
Looking to foster or adopt a horse? Or volunteer at a local horse rescue? Equine rescues across the country are participating in the ASPCA’s fifth annual Help a Horse Day contest to promote horse adoption and find loving homes for horses who’ve been abused, neglected or find themselves homeless. Learn more about these rescues and how you can help.
 

Protect Horses from Slaughter
Every year, approximately 100,000 American horses are trucked over our borders to be slaughtered for human consumption. Sign the SAFE Act Alert to ban this cruel practice once and for all.
 


For over 150 years, the ASPCA has worked tirelessly to put an end to equine abuse and neglect. From large-scale rescues to our grants program, the ASPCA works hard for horses. Last year, the ASPCA awarded over $1 million in grants to support 171 equine rescues and sanctuaries across the country. The grant money supported several areas of equine welfare including large-scale rehabilitation, emergency relief grants, safety net programs, and the Rescuing Racers Initiative, which aids in the rescue and rehabilitation of retired racehorses to save them from slaughter. With your help we can rescue, care for, and protect even more animals in need. Please make a gift to help save lives today.
 

More Actions for Horses

Adopt a Horse
Looking to foster or adopt a horse? Or volunteer at a local horse rescue? Equine rescues across the country are participating in the ASPCA’s fifth annual Help a Horse Day contest to promote horse adoption and find loving homes for horses who’ve been abused, neglected or find themselves homeless. Learn more about these rescues and how you can help.

Protect Horses from Slaughter
Every year, approximately 100,000 American horses are trucked over our borders to be slaughtered for human consumption. Sign the SAFE Act Alert to ban this cruel practice once and for all.


For over 150 years, the ASPCA has worked tirelessly to put an end to equine abuse and neglect. From large-scale rescues to our grants program, the ASPCA works hard for horses. Last year, the ASPCA awarded over $1 million in grants to support 171 equine rescues and sanctuaries across the country. The grant money supported several areas of equine welfare including large-scale rehabilitation, emergency relief grants, safety net programs, and the Rescuing Racers Initiative, which aids in the rescue and rehabilitation of retired racehorses to save them from slaughter. With your help we can rescue, care for, and protect even more animals in need. Please make a gift to help save lives today.
 

More Actions for Horses

Adopt a Horse
Looking to foster or adopt a horse? Or volunteer at a local horse rescue? Equine rescues across the country are participating in the ASPCA’s fifth annual Help a Horse Day contest to promote horse adoption and find loving homes for horses who’ve been abused, neglected or find themselves homeless. Learn more about these rescues and how you can help.

Protect Horses from Slaughter
Every year, approximately 100,000 American horses are trucked over our borders to be slaughtered for human consumption. Sign the SAFE Act Alert to ban this cruel practice once and for all.


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If you prefer to give by phone please call 1-800-628-0028.