IAED Hardship Fund

The IAED is currently working with lobbyists and politicians in Washington, DC to change US federal statutes to officially give horse owners the right to choose who provides dental care to their horses. YOUR HORSE = YOUR CHOICE!

The IAED is a 501(c)6, this means that lobbying is allowed, however donations are not typically tax deductible. 

The IAED Hardship fund raises funds to have available for members should they become injured and unable to work. 

The IAED Hardship Fund is a 501(c)3, this means that lobbying is allowed, but is limited, when making a donation to this fund, please specify towards which effort you would like your funds to be applied to.

Please speak with a tax professional regarding whether a donation may be deducted from your taxes.


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