KEEP Awards Seattle Slew Grants to Support Equine Education in Kentucky

Sarah Andrew

The Kentucky Equine Education Project Foundation has awarded $30,000 to Kentucky equine non-profit organizations though its Seattle Slew Grant Program. With this latest grant round, the KEEP Foundation has provided more than $42,000 in grants to equine organizations across the state in 2023.

The KEEP Foundation's Seattle Slew grants are available to Kentucky non-profits providing equine-related educational programs, events and initiatives. The Seattle Slew Grant Program is part of the Foundation's efforts to support education and promote the importance of the equine industry to Kentucky's economy and culture.

Recipients of the Seattle Slew Grant awards are: Amplify Horse Racing, HorseSensing, Justin's Place, Life Adventure Center, Kentucky Equine Management Internship and Stable Recovery.

Grants of up to $5,000 are available, and new submissions are reviewed quarterly. For more information or to apply for a grant, click here.

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