Hurricane Harvey Efforts

Help your fellow AQHA members and their animals affected by Hurricane Harvey.

The American Quarter Horse Association

The safety of our members and their animals is our No. 1 priority.

The safety of our members and their animals is our No. 1 priority. We greatly appreciate your generosity to fellow AQHA members in Texas and Louisiana, along with their beloved animals, who were and are being affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Here are a few simple ways to help!

Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team
The Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team has been deployed and has established a base of operations near Corpus Christi, Texas. The Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team is the largest and most sophisticated veterinary medical disaster response team in the country, developing and providing cutting-edge emergency management education, development of new knowledge in emergency preparedness education and response, and building on the legacy of service that is at the heart of Texas A&M University. Visit the VET team’s response page for Hurricane Harvey to learn how you can aid in the team’s efforts.

AAEP Foundation
The American Association of Equine Practitioners Foundation’s Equine Disaster Relief Fund is accepting aid to help horses in Texas, Louisiana and other states affected by Hurricane Harvey. Fund donations will be distributed among credible programs and organizations that are helping with recovery and rebuilding efforts in the aftermath and toward preparedness efforts for future disasters. The AAEP Foundation will work with agencies and veterinary members of the affected states to identify the needs of the equine community. Read more to find out how you can support the needs of these equine victims through the AAEP Foundation.

Texas Animal Health Commission
Texas Animal Health Commission has been serving Texas Animal Agriculture since 1893 and is assisting in response and recovery. In accordance with the FEMA Emergency Response Plan and/or the State of Texas Emergency plan in the following areas: animal ownership identification, coordinating livestock evacuation and much more. Learn more about the efforts made by the Texas Animal Health Commission, and how you can help!

As more information is available about the relief efforts, we will provide updates on www.aqha.com and the Association’s social media platforms.