CUHA’s funding comes from grant funding and individual donors, and donations through the Colorado Tax Checkoff. Donations are welcomed and essential to our mission.
Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance
Harnessing Resources and Finding Solutions
Together, we can save Colorado's horsesLearn more
The Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance is a nonprofit organization formed to reduce the number of Colorado horses that are abandoned every year without food, water, shelter, or care.
Anyone who loves these majestic animals and wants to ensure that they are cared for, nurtured, and safe can make a difference here.
Help Us Help Horses
Learn about responsible horse ownership, promote horse adoptions, and donate to support horse rescues and equine organizations that are caring for unwanted horses.
Special Support for At-Risk Horses
Through CUHA, organizations that help us further our mission to reduce the number of unwanted horses in Colorado, can gain financial support to care for horses, promote horse adoptions, and work toward solutions to the tragedy of unwanted horses.
CUHA raises funds year-round to provide equine organizations, rescues, and veterinarians with two types of grant opportunities:
2016 Grant Cycle is now open!
Annual Grant. Awarded one time annually, these grants support programs for horse training, gelding, humane euthanasia, educational outreach, research, or special equipment.
At Risk Fund Grant. Awarded at any time for specific requests, these emergency grants provide funding for emergency hay, humane euthanasia, gelding, non-routine farrier services, and emergency medical care.
Equine Comeback Challenge
Learn about this 90-day transformation process that reveals the ability, talent, and potential of Colorado's rescue horses.
Expenses of horses ownership and rescue quickly add up. By supporting CUHA, you can help provide hay, medical care, boarding, gelding, and transport. You can save an American treasure!Read More
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