United Horse Coalition Full Members:

UHC is grateful to our Full Members for their continued support of our Mission of helping horses at-risk or in transition.

Full Membership is available at the $5,000 or above.

UHC ASSOCIATE MEMBERS:

UHC is grateful to our Associate Members for their continued support of our Mission to help horses at-risk or in transition.

Associate Membership is available at the $2,500 level.

UNITED HORSE COALITION SUPPORTIVE MEMBERS:

UHC is grateful to our Supportive Members for their continued support of our Mission to help horses at-risk or in transition.

Supportive Membership is available at the $1,000 level.

UNITED HORSE COALITION NON-PROFIT MEMBERS:

UHC is grateful to our Non-Profit Members for their continued support of our Mission to help horses at-risk or in transition.

Non-Profit Membership is open to any Registered 501C.3 at the $25.00 level.

*Please note:  For privacy reasons, unless told in advance, we do no list the names of individuals.*

UHC Would like to recognize our members who have gone through the process of becoming an accredited organization.  We have denoted such by placing the following icons beside a UHC Member Organizations name.  Please note that these accreditation’s and affiliations are self reported, UHC does not take responsibility to confirm listed affiliations.”

  •    Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries Accredited
  •       Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Accredited
  •       Equus Foundation Guardian Member
  •         The Right Horse Initiative Partner

Please note, membership for the United Horse Coalition is up for renewal each year on a rolling basis.  This means that membership is due for renewal at the time you renewed the previous year.

*A Home for Every Horse has partnered on memberships with the UHC. There is now an option for registered non-profit horse rescues to apply for both the UHC membership and automatically be signed up for A Home for Every Horse.

Owning Responsibly:

The United Horse Coalition is a broad alliance of equine organizations that have joined together under the American Horse Council to educate the horse industry about the problem of horses at-risk or in transition. We seek to provide information for existing and prospective owners, breeders, sellers, and horse organizations regarding the long-term responsibilities of owning and caring for horses, as well as focusing on the opportunities available for these horses.

Our Mission:

Through industry collaboration, the UHC promotes education and options for at-risk and transitioning horses.