My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Special Horses, St. Louis, MO, USA
Special Horses always goes above and beyond for the equine charities they support. They hold fundraisers, auctions, and advocate for legislation to improve the lives of all horses in our country. They have supported our charity for many years and are tireless in their support of equine in need.
Bright Futures Farm
Review for Thoroughbred Charities of America, Lexington, KY, USA
Thoroughbred Charities of America does so many wonderful things for so many non-profits...therapeutic riding programs, education and backstretch programs, research, and rescue and rehabilitation. We have watched TCA grow over the years and set the standards and raise the bar for improving the lives of Thoroughbred racehorses, ex-racehorses and the people who care for them. They have the love of the Thoroughbred and the people who work with them at the forefront of their charitable platform. As a grant recipient, I can say that they have helped Bright Futures Farm greatly improve the lives of many of the elder, retired Thoroughbreds in our sanctuary as well as several that needed special care before they could be considered adoptable. "TCA" is a fantastic organization that works very hard for Thoroughbred horses, backstretch employees and rescue and rehabilitation programs such as ours. Without TCA, we couldn't do what we do for Thoroughbreds.
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being a grant recipient. TCA has helped our non-profit, Bright Futures Farm, vet, rehab and care for dozens of Thoroughbred horses over the years.
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ask that more people donate to their organization. They are always working to improve the lives of Thoroughbreds and the people who care for them. If you love horses, especially the Thoroughbred, this is a worthy cause to contribute to.
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