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April 28th, 2018

Grant Funding Applications


The Sonoma County Horse Council is now accepting grant funding applications from people in the equine community in Sonoma, Napa, Lake or Mendocino counties who suffered non-reimbursed fire losses. Grants will range from $500 to $5,000 and the deadline for Round 3 funding is April 17,2018.

Please see the attachment for more details.


To apply for grant funds and learn more click below.

 Helping Hands

Donate to SCHC Fire Relief Fund

In the midst of these terrible fires, Sonoma County Horse Council knows how critical donations are to recovery and rebuilding for the future. The Council's Equine Disaster Relief & Preparedness fund is an existing fund set-up after the Valley Fire indicated the need for such a fund. Proceeds shall be used to provide relief to local victims with equines and equine businesses and for preparedness programs going forward. Donations may be made online using our secure donation form directly below. Info for donation by mailed check can be found on the donation form as well. 

 Hands of Love

Your support for those in need of assistance is so appreciated and critical in this time of immense challenge. 



About The Sonoma County Horse Council


The Sonoma County Horse Council is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 to promote the health and well-being of horses, and support horse-related activities in Sonoma County.


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Your membership helps unify the horse community into a single, powerful voice. The Council is a resource for the horse community to provide owners and lovers of horses access to information on a range of issues from questions relating to horse ownership and use, to land issues, political concerns, stewardship of the land, and disaster preparedness. Learn more:

Member Spotlight

Equi-Ed has enhanced lives through the therapeutic power of the horse for 24 years. We serve veterans and kids and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities. Equi-Ed is affiliated with Santa Rosa Junior College but functions independently as a non-profit community organization.

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