The Homes for Horses Coalition is a national coalition dedicated to increasing collaboration, professionalism and growth in the equine rescue and protection community.  Our members are committed to ending horse slaughter and all other forms of equine abuse.


The coalition is a joint initiative of the Animal Welfare Institute, the ASPCA and The Humane Society of the United States. We currently have more than 440 members representing horse rescue and sanctuary throughout the U.S. and beyond.


The 2018 Homes for Horses Coalition Conference September 21-23, Orlando, FL


Are you involved in an equine rescue or sanctuary organization or a safety-net program? Are you thinking of starting one? Are you an equine welfare advocate? Come to the only national conference designed for you!

Not only will you meet like-minded people from every corner of the nation, you will learn valuable skills to take your rescue and advocacy work to the next level. With workshops on fundraising, grants, effective digital presence, working with law enforcement, engaging trainers and getting horses adopted, you'll dig into the topics that really pay-off.​

Plan now to join experts and colleagues for this unparalleled opportunity to learn and network. Dual tracks will offer variety for those with different interests and experience. There will be plenty of time for networking and learning from peers which is always a highlight for our attendees. This year we will offer an optional day to attend a horse training clinic with The HSUS Forever Foundation program trainer, Trevor Carter.

Don't miss the opportunity to join the largest gathering of equine rescuers in the country to strengthen your networks, build skills to help you run your organization and have fun!

Free Webinar:

Positioning Your Equine Nonprofit Organization for Grant Seeking Success

Tuesday, July 24, 2018, 7 pm - 8 pm EST


In this webinar, Dr. Beverly Browning, author of Grant Writing for Dummies and 42 other grant writing books will discuss how to position your equine organization for grant seeking success. Topics covered will include:

• The role of your board of directors in creating revenue streams
• Maximizing your volunteers skills to assist with grant writing
• Grant research resources
• Funder relationship building strategies
• Writing grant proposals that get funded
• Addressing sustainability
• Due diligence follow-up with funders


This 60-minute webinar will include 15 minutes for Q & A with Dr. Browning. Don't miss this training which will benefit anyone planning to write grant proposals for equine-related organizations.


Dr. Browning will give away one copy of her newest edition of Grant Writing for Dummies (2016, Wiley Publishing). The book will be mailed after the webinar.



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