The Animal Health Foundation funds research and education projects related to laminitis in the horse. That is all it does.
The Animal Health Foundation is an all-volunteer organization with an all-funds-to-research approach to finding both the cause and a cure for laminitis. Since 1984, the AHF has funneled $1.75 million dollars—most of it received in small donations from horse owners—directly into laminitis research. The grassroots-style organization is now known around the world as the critical driving force that is making a real difference in freeing horses of this terrible disease.
Appropriately, most donations are still written from the checkbooks of individual horse owners who have experienced the disease first-hand with their horses, and want to make a difference.
Donations to the AHF go directly to laminitis research and are fully tax-deductible. To learn more about the Animal Health Foundation: Animal Health Foundation, 3615 Bassett Road, Pacific, MO 63069; http://www.ahf-laminitis.org; firstname.lastname@example.org or “like” AHF at http://www.facebook.com/laminitisresearch.