Brooke USA Bridge Grants
The Brooke USA Bridge Grant program is a joint effort of Brooke USA Foundation and the EQUUS Foundation to support equine charities in the United States in desperate need of financial support brought on by unplanned and/or unexpected circumstances and is meant to assist with disaster relief and provide respite to the grantee while other options are considered.
For ongoing support associated with the care of horses, such as veterinary, dental, and farrier care, horse feed, supplements, bedding, horse gear, equipment, and supplies as well as alternative treatments and interventions, please see our Transparency Awards program here
The Brooke USA Bridge grants range between $500 and $1,000. The program offers emergency/disaster relief in three areas: 1) veterinary care, 2) dental care, and/or 3) farrier care. Grants are provided on a rolling basis and are available on a first come, first serve basis.
A total of $10,000 will be available in 2023 although Brooke USA reserves the right, from time to time, to increase the funds made available. Funds are limited to the yearly donation made by Brooke USA Foundation to the EQUUS Foundation. Selections will be made by a committee of EQUUS Foundation and Brooke USA representatives.
Only EQUUS Foundation's Guardians in good standing are permitted to apply, including those charities that find homes for at-risk equines and equines in transition, provide a safe haven for aged equines, and increase opportunities for equines to engage, inspire and empower people.
To apply, the EQUUS Foundation Guardian will need to log into its organization profile, select “BROOKE USA BRIDGE GRANTS”, and complete the online application. Applicants must address how the funds will be used, and within six months of receipt of funds, grantees must report on the use of the funds, including bills for services rendered.
For more information, contact Tim Williams, EQUUS Foundation Director of Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By submitting information to the EQUUS Foundation, your organization is granting permission to the EQUUS Foundation to ask people to review the information and to give advice and information to the Foundation about your organization, board, staff,and others with whom you are affiliated.
Materials submitted to the EQUUS Foundation as part of the process become the property of the Foundation and will not be returned. The materials will be used as the Foundation deems appropriate. They are not subject to any right of confidentiality unless specifically agreed to in writing by the EQUUS Foundation.
The EQUUS Foundation is under no obligation to fund or otherwise have a future relationship with any organization.
The Guidelines contained herein are subject to change without notice.