IN THE NEWS
THE HANGING BARN
WITNESSING HELL: MAY 3, 2016
NEW LIVES: SEPTEMBER 2016
FEATURE STORY: Cassie Bachik, Contributing Writer for The Allegheny Campus, a nonprofit newspaper made for and by the students of Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania, wrote a feature story about Bright Futures Farm for the February 4th issue. Cassie spent a day at our farm, taking pictures and asking Bev questions as she followed the daily routine of caring for all of the horses. (Read the full story here.)
We'd like to thank Cassie for her wonderful feature on Bright Futures Farm. Most of all, we'd like to thank Cassie for helping spread the word about what we do!
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Thank You, HSUS
Thank you to the Humane Society of the United States for
providing us with a Plan 4 Progress scholarship that supports
training horses that have been through traumatic experiences increase their adoption success. We are honored to be part
of this groundbreaking HSUS program.
Thank You, TAA
Thank you to Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) for their generous support of the Thoroughbreds in retirement at our facility and the Thoroughbreds coming off the track into our TARP (Thoroughbred Advocacy, Retraining and Placement) training program.
Visit the TAA: www.thoroughbredaftercare.org
Thank You, BEWF
A HUGE Thank you to Brennan Equine Welfare Fund for their generous grant to provide Catch This T with regular chiropractic and acupuncture sessions. T ran in front of a truck in 1999 and had a 26" gash in his L shoulder and severe damage to both stifles. After several surgeries and rehab, he was able to be ridden again, but then contracted EPM. Chiropractic and acupuncture sessions help his mobility tremendously and are truly a life saver.
Each month we depend on tax-deductible donations, sponsorships and grants. We know that our honestly and transparency is the foundation of your support. You can verify our financials, and read testimonials from other donors by clicking the links for GuideStar and Network for Good. We have been Verified by The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and are Accredited by The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. Both credentials required a thorough interview and on-site inspection of our facility, the animals in our care, and our financials by independent equine professionals, and an independent equine veterinarian.
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