New Logo, New Look. Same Commitment.

Wellington, Fla. – Nov. 16, 2022 – Equestrian Aid Foundation is proud to introduce a new logo that reflects the ongoing evolution of its mission. Founded over 25 years ago in direct response to the AIDS epidemic, EAF continues to deliver critical aid to equestrians in crisis today. 

"Undoubtedly, the landscape and imminent challenges facing our community have changed over the course of 26 years," said EAF co-founder and board member R. Scot Evans. "Yet the grassroots conviction of the Equestrian Aid Foundation remains the same: we will take care of our own, and collectively, we can make a difference."

The original logo of the Equestrian AIDS Foundation (left) was updated in 2006 (center) and 2014 (right).

The original logo of the then-Equestrian AIDS Foundation was designed by Ralph "Peter" Moss and reflected the foundation's charter mission of providing compassionate care to equestrians living with AIDS. In 2006, EAF broadened its mission to offer support to equestrians coping with any illness or injury. A third rebranding occurred in 2014. 

In 2018, in response to the growing number of catastrophic weather events affecting equestrian communities, EAF broadened its mission once more to open its Disaster Relief Fund. With enthusiastic community support, the fund has been integral to EAF's response to not only climate disasters, but to the COVID-19 pandemic and the EHV-1 outbreak of 2021 as well.

"While our commitment to equestrians in medical crisis will always be the cornerstone of EAF's mission, the foundation has evolved as our community's needs have evolved," said board member Louise Riggio, who was an integral part of the rebranding effort. " At its very essence, EAF is about aid."

To date in 2022, EAF has granted nearly $200,000 to help equestrians in crisis afford basic living expenses as they work to regain stability. More information about their mission can be found here