Since 2012, the TAA has awarded more than $17.2 million to accredited aftercare organizations. TAA grants are earmarked specifically for equine care.
Organizations that are ultimately successful in obtaining TAA accreditation are then evaluated for the awarding of financial grants.
Each year, all TAA-accredited organizations are individually evaluated by a committee to determine the ultimate grant award. Grant amounts are determined by a number of factors including the total number of accredited organizations seeking funding and available resources. Prior awards are no indication of potential future awards.
Upon approval by the TAA Board of Directors, an Aftercare Organization Financial Grant Agreement specifying the individual terms and conditions of the grant award is then sent to each accredited organization for their signature.
The Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors, Committees, and staff includes individuals and affiliated organizations actively engaged in Thoroughbred aftercare as well as funding for Thoroughbred aftercare. All information provided in any TAA Accreditation Application and all information provided in any TAA Grant Application may be fully accessible to such individuals and organizations at any time. Applicant fully releases and holds harmless TAA for any and all dissemination of such information to any such individuals or organizations.