b'health and research orGanizationsAmerICAN ASSoCIATIoN oF eQUINe PrACTITIoNerSAmerICAN veTerINAry meDICAl ASSoCIATIoN david Foley, executive directordr. cia Johnson, director, animal Welfare division4033 iron Works Parkway 1931 n. meacham rd., #100lexington, Ky 40511-8434 schaumburg, il 60173-4360Phone:(859) 233-0147Fax:(859) 233-1968 Phone:(847) 925-8070Fax:(847) 303-5669email:dfoley@aaep.orgemail:cjohnson@avma.orgWebsite:www.aaep.org Website:www.avma.orgPublication:AAEP Proceedings Book the american Veterinary medical association, established in the aaePs mission is to improve the health and welfare of the horse,1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 80,000 to further the professional development of its members, and to provideveterinarians working in private and corporate practice, industry, resources and leadership for the benefit of the equine industry. theseacademia, uniformed services, government agencies, and not-for-profit principles have guided the aaeP for more than six decades in theorganizations. structured to work for its members, the aVma acts as a activities and services it provides. collective voice for its membership and for the profession.AmerICAN FArrIerS ASSoCIATIoNeQUINe DISeASe CommUNICATIoN CeNTer (eDCC) Beth daniels, executive directornathaniel White, edcc director 4059 iron Works Pkwy., suite 1 Bailey mccallum, edcc communication managerlexington, Ky 40511-8434 Phone:(859) 705-0360 Phone:(859) 233-7411Fax:(859) 231-7862 email:edcc@aaep.org email:bdaniels@americanfarriers.orgWebsite:www.equinediseasecc.orgWebsite: www.americanfarriers.org Publication:EDCC WebsiteFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/american-Farriers- the equine disease communication center (edcc) works to protect association/112621737224 horses and the horse industry from the threat of infectious diseases in Publication:No Foot, No Horse north america. the mission of the aFa is to provide professional development, leadership, and resources for the benefit of the farrier industry andTHe JoCkey ClUB SAFeTy NeT FoUNDATIoN to promote the wellbeing of the horse through education of the horse owner, veterinarian, and farrier. shannon Kelly40 east 52nd streetAmerICAN QUArTer HorSe FoUNDATIoNnew york, new york, 10022Phone:(212) 371-5970Fax:(212) 371-6723anna morrison, chief Foundation officer email:contactus@tjcfoundation.orgP.o. Box 32111 Website:www.tjcfoundation.orgamarillo, tX 79104-3405 the Jockey club safety net Foundation is a charitable trust that Phone:(806) 378-5181Fax:(806) 376-1005 provides, on a confidential basis, financial relief and assistance to Website:www.aqha.com/foundation needy members of the thoroughbred industry and their families. the american Quarter horse Foundation, the related philanthropic organization of the american Quarter horse association, seeks to advance the american Quarter horse and the partnership it shares with man primarily through the development of funds and programs designed to: preserve and interpret the history and modern uses of the breed; support the educational advancement of our industrys youth; protect and enhance the physical well-being of all equines; and promote the american Quarter horses capacity to provide physical and emotional benefits to individuals in need.health and research orGanizations792021 horse industry directory'