Hello there. It has been a wild and crazy month. We have been so busy since the beginning of the year we have hardly had time to catch our breath let alone blog.
We even put Patsy our vegan bloggist on assignment so that’s why you haven’t heard anything from her. But she’s been saving up some goodies for you.
We have so much to share but we will not bombard you with it all at once. Just a bit at a time.
Hope you have had a good start to the year. Thank you for staying with us.
The Horse Fund Family
P.S. We aren’t on Instagram. Do you want us on Instagram? We’ll jump on it if you do. Let us know in comments or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. ♥
Horse by Bob Langrish with permission. Fireworks and Horse artwork by Vivian Grant Farrell. Not to be printed or reproduced by request of the photographer.
We wish you the very best for the new year ahead and so grateful to you for staying with us and taking part.
Over the next week we will be posting a year in review on each of the core issues we confront regarding the safety and welfare of horses.
As always, we welcome your thoughts and ideas so please continue to share them with us.
Your help and support is extremely valuable to the horses we love.
The Horse Fund and the Tuesday’s Horse blog.
I only have eyes for you. Two horses nudge. Search result. Unattributed image. Click image to donate now.
We are very grateful for your generous hearts and how you have supported us in so many ways throughout the year.
Today is Giving Tuesday. If you wish to include us and the horses we serve in your giving today we would be delighted.
Facebook is doubling donations today.
If you wish to participate in this please hit the donate button under the two horses up top on our Facebook page.
Or make a donation via this link.
Thank you again. With much love.
Two horses are rescued amid massive California wildfires. Many have burned to death. Image: CNN. Help
Wildfires in California are continuing to have a devastating impact on people and animals. This is especially true of horses. And that’s where we come in.
Many horses have burned to death. Many horses have been severely burned and need our help and support. Evacuated horses need food and water.
We are doing all we can, but we need your help.
Help us refill our Emergency Fund.
We have nearly exhausted our Emergency Fund providing wildfire relief for horses. There is still so much more to do.
Typically we use our Emergency Fund for winter hay to those in need. And winter is only just starting. But we couldn’t ignore the many pleas for help for the wildfire horses.
Double Up Today
All donations will be doubled by a generous benefactor who has already helped with generous private donations to help keep this funding going for wildfire horses can horses in need this winter. We are so grateful for his generosity! And of course yours.
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Sign up to give $5 a month for 6 months. It cancels automatically. Your $30 donation will be matched right now!
If you have already given, thank you so very much for your kind generosity.
THE HORSE FUND