The Seraphim Way

The Seraphim Way

Promoting awareness to inspire compassion and understanding
of the value of the horse – human connection.


In this way, we can regain our humanity and reconnect to our natural environment.

Awareness

Horses in the Headlines

 

Recent Posts

  • Rather than visit stables, Mayor de Blasio is trusting ‘animal rights’ campaign supporter Steve Nislick — and risking carriage owners’ livelihoodsRather than visit stables, Mayor de Blasio is trusting ‘animal rights’ campaign supporter Steve Nislick — and risking carriage owners’ livelihoods
    Linda Stasi, for the NY Daily News, writes: Dear Mayor de Blasio, Let me be the first to congratulate you on your proposed ban on carriage horses. I understand where you’re coming from because I also love animals. In fact, I love them so much we even took our 110-pound dog to Italy — and(...)
  • Cities Move to Rein In Horse-Drawn CarriagesCities Move to Rein In Horse-Drawn Carriages
    Mara Gay, for The Wall Street Journal, reports: Efforts to ban horse-drawn carriages from city streets on animal-cruelty grounds are spreading at a fast clip across the country, imperiling a popular way for tourists to take in the urban sights. In Chicago, one influential member of the City Council has introduced legislation prohibiting the buggies(...)
  • PopVox Blog: Issue Spotlight – HorsesPopVox Blog: Issue Spotlight – Horses
    Rachna, for PopVox, writes: Horses have long been a part of the American economy, culture and history. Beginning with Columbus’s journey, horses were a key part of American exploration. In fact, some of the Iberian horses brought in the late 1400′s escaped and became feral. Their relatives are now the mustangs found in western United States.(...)
  • P!nk throws support behind Mayor de Blasio’s efforts to banish horse-drawn carriages, countering Liam NeesonP!nk throws support behind Mayor de Blasio’s efforts to banish horse-drawn carriages, countering Liam Neeson
    From The NY Daily News: Opponents of horse-drawn carriages have brought in some horsepower of their own to counter Liam Neeson’s support for the industry. P!nk, a long-time advocate for PETA, has jumped into the fray, supporting Mayor Bill de Blasio’s bid to end the iconic New York rides. “Watching a horse gallop across a(...)
  • Why de Blasio can’t ban horse carriagesWhy de Blasio can’t ban horse carriages
    Nicole Gelinas, for The New York Post, reports: Mayor de Blasio can fight with the groundhog. He can fight with the governor. He can fight with charter-school lady Eva Moskowitz. But on this St. Patrick’s Day, he’d be wise to drop his fight with the Irish. De Blasio promised last year that his first act(...)

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Grant Programs & Emergency Fund

Emergency Fund

Emergency Fund

The Emergency Fund allows Seraphim12 to act immediately after a natural disaster. Blizzards, flooding, fire and extreme weather create devastating hardships for thousands of horses and their owners across the U.S.

This funding supports the long-term care and feeding of seriously injured horses, giving their owners’ a little peace of mind as they struggle to return to life as normal.

100% of all donations to the Emergency Fund will go to horses requiring urgent assistance in extreme circumstances. 

Emergency Fund

Hay Bank Grants

Hay Bank Grants

In many parts of the country, drought and fire has increased the cost of feeding horses at an alarming rate. Hay has become scarce in some locales. Many equine rescues and individuals are having a difficult time affording their horses’ feed and Hay Banks provide a much needed safety net.

The specific locations facing hay shortages may change from year to year, but hay is ALWAYS in short supply somewhere in this country.

 

Hay Bank Grants

Wild Horse Advocacy

Wild Horse Advocacy

Seraphim12 Foundation is committed to humane and practical solutions to wild horse management.

The Foundation supports and encourages non-profit organizations committed to defending the freedom of wild horses, through legislative change, sanctuary, and advocacy.

The horror of the roundups is to ride out into the silence of the empty land and never see any horses.

Wild Horse Advocacy

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