My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for ASPCA - American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, New York, NY, USA
The ASPCA is the epitome of excellent non-profit work, and their grant channel is exemplary. The online application is complete and wonderful to navigate. It's so much easier than traditional paper applications, and you can upload your documents directly. However, the personal essence is not lost, as communication from and with the grant personnel is open and friendly. They truly WANT to help you to help the animals, and their inquiries are reasonable and justified. We are thrilled to be able to continue our work with horses thanks to another grant from the ASPCA. Approval from them also creates an excellent reflection to other benefactors when we are being considered, and we appreciate their vote of confidence. Millions of lives saved thanks to the ASPCA. Proud to be a supported charity, and a personal adopter :)
Review for One Horse At A Time, Inc, Nicholasville, KY, USA
OHAT has been wonderful to our Las Vegas horse rescue, "LEAN", the Local Equine Assistance Network. Our mission is to primarily assist the Unwanted Horse that is unowned, being held at the County pens, and available to anyone. These horses are at risk of ending up in slaughter, another abuse/neglect situations, or being bred by low-end establishments for all the wrong reasons. In our short existence of only 8 months, 25% of the animals we've taken in have been stallions. OHAT helped us with the expense of gelding these horses and donkeys so that the unwanted breeding can stop. Their support enables us to stretch our medical dollars to help more critical cases. What a great organization, concept, and their staff is exceptional. Thank you for seeing the bigger picture and making a difference. ~All Vegas Horses, Las Vegas, Nevada.
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