November 3, 2006 -- ElectroBraid Fence is supporting volunteer efforts by doubling its donations to non-profit horse organizations from $50,000 to $100,000.
As part of its new program, ElectroBraid is donating up to $4,000 of fence materials (enough for 3,000 feet of fencing) to each select non-profit horse organization.
Announced in January 2006, ElectroBraid's donation program has already presented gifts of free fencing to 15 non-profit organizations. An additional 12 or more organizations will receive grants of fencing over the next 12 months.
"Our company's mission is to build safe fences for horses," said David Bryson, president of ElectroBraid Fence. "Some non-profits simply don't have the money to address serious fence safety problems and we want to help those most deserving."
Used on over 40,000 horse farms, ElectroBraid is the largest selling electric horse fence in North America. The fence can be installed by unskilled volunteers and requires minimal maintenance.
Any registered 501-C-3 non-profit horse organization or Canadian non-profit is invited to apply. Application details can be found at www.electrobraid.com.