08-17-12 Inside the Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance with President Hildy Armour…Rescue & Hay Grants, Tax-Free Donations & MORE!
Posted by Brian Allmer on August 17, 2012
(The BARN – Briggsdale, CO) August 17th, 2012- Did you realize that Horses helped shape Colorado’s history. Their images are captures in early rock drawings near Boulder. They pulled plows in the San Luis Valley, carried cowboys on the Eastern plains, and brought settlers and gold seekers to Denver. In so doing, they helped build the foundation of Colorado’s agriculture, mining and cattle industries. Today, an increasing number of Colorado’s horses face an uncertain future. Economic pressures, legislative changes, and shifts in the perception of the role and place of the horse in modern society have resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of horses whose current owners are no longer willing or able to care for them. They are Colorado’s unwanted horses, a status that often results in neglect, abandonment and abuse. The Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance was formed to address this situation. Joining the BARN by telephone to discuss the Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance is President Hildy Armour…
To listen to the entire interview with CUHA President Hildy Armour, click the audio mp3 link below:
The Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance also accepts donations:
The Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance is a Colorado nonprofit corporation. The Alliance is tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Please check with your accountaint or tax professional regarding the deductibility of donations made to the Alliance.
Please make donations to:
Colorado Unwanted Horse Alliance
1805 S. Bellaire St., Suite 400
Denver, CO 80222
You can also donate on your Colorado State Income Tax Form. To learn how click here.