Making a lasting difference
in the lives of people and horses
The Horse Whisperers is our named grant program for a special group of people and organizations who are inspired by the magical and powerful impact horses have on our lives.
Horse Whisperer grants may be named by the donors in honor of a family member, friend, associate, or in the memory of a loved one or a loved equine companion.
Michele E. Arnhold Memorial Horse Whisperer GrantEstablished in 2008 by the family of Michele E. Arnhold in memory of her life-long passion, her pursuit of excellence, and her commitment and contribution to the equestrian sport.
Daniel D. Barkan Memorial Horse Whisperer GrantEstablished in 2013 by the family of Daniel D. Barkan, a quiet philanthropist and gentleman, in memory of his life-long love of horses.
Elaine Enick Memorial Horse Whisperer GrantEstablished in 2017 in memory of Elaine Enick by her family and friends in recognition of her pursuit to find happiness and joy in everything and her enduring love of horses.
Richard L. Parish Memorial Horse Whisperer GrantEstablished in 2014 by the family of Richard L. Parish in recognition of his leadership and dedication for over 45 years to the causes supported by the Richard Laurence Parish Foundation.
Weisberg Family Foundation Horse Whisperer GrantEstablished in 2018 by the Weisberg Family Foundation, a private philanthropic organization with a passion for serving horses, children and veterans.
September 1, 2017 - August 31, 2018
August J. Vettorino
CH Hillcroft Claret, Madeline Capodilupo’s Equine Companion
Dr. Jerry Rudnick, DVM
Grace Elizabeth Colgan
Marla Gellar Mosbaugh
September 1, 2016 - August 31, 2017
Accalia Hope Sullivan
Ann D. Griggs
Emily Catherine Diehl Schlenker
James Douglas Vere Nicoll
Philip D. Sullivan
Robert (Bobby) Redmon
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Ways to Give
The EQUUS Foundation spends significant time evaluating grant and scholarship applications to insure that your donation will make a real difference. All grant and scholarship recipients must meet the Foundation's eligibility requirements and grant making guidelines.
An Unrestricted donation is one that may be used to provide financial support to any of the grant or scholarship recipients deemed worthy of award by the Board of Directors of the EQUUS Foundation.
Field-of-interest donations are ones where the donors may designate a particular area of charitable interest for the award of a grant, such as programs focused on improving the quality of life of horses, or programs providing opportunities for horses to impact people's lives, especially people with special needs. We will work with you to define your specific interest.