Getting it together

Hello again from The Horse Fund.

The Horse Fund has been conducting a massive reorganization based on our end-of year-review for 2017.  We also took a close look at 2016 where we had a particularly effective year. The time has zipped by.

Accordingly, we have streamlined and regrouped our staff and resources so that we are a leaner, meaner fighting machine.

We have focused a lot on leveraging our social media activities to the highest possible effectiveness in benefiting the horses we work daily to protect. Every day we have terrific people doing just that.

Social media is a constantly changing medium and we need do more then just keep up — we have to stay ahead of the game. More on how you can make your impact there later.

In the meantime, use our Contact Form and let us know what social media platform(s) you use most for advocating. Have you seen someone doing something particularly effective? Please share!

Give us your ideas. Tell us what is important to you as an advocate. In order to continue being a great team your feedback is crucial.

If you would like to donate we have a matching gift campaign underway. It has been active through the entire month of January and expires in a few days. Donate now here.

If any of you have a particular equine cause you would like to champion and write a guest post about, please let us know about it.

Thank you!

THE HORSE FUND

Featured Image: With gracious permission, Bob Langrish. 

This post has been updated.

Hope Your Christmas Has Been Merry and Bright

HOUSTON, TEXAS — Here’s wishing you continued good this Holiday Season.

Tomorrow it is back to business. We are working on a year in review touching on all issues.

In the meantime, what issue(s) impacted you the most in 2016? Tugged at your heartstrings?

What issue (s) do you feel have been overlooked or not getting enough of anyone’s attention?

You can email us or discuss them here in comments.

Many blessings and thank you for taking part. You are so important, more important than you may ever realize.

THE HORSE FUND TEAM

Foto Friday: Native American man rides his horse through the snow to protest Dakota Access pipeline

A young Native American man rides his horse through the snow near the Oceti Sakowin camp as 'water protectors' continue to demonstrate against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Lucas Jackson/Reuters.

NORTH DAKOTA — A young Native American man rides his horse through the snow near the Oceti Sakowin camp as ‘water protectors’ continue to demonstrate against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Lucas Jackson/Reuters. Via the Christian Science Monitor.

Update: Thank you for your comments and support.