A live and silent auction is held each year during the UPHA National Conference.  The proceeds from the auction benefit the UPHA Foundation.    The UPHA Foundation is the charitable arm of the UPHA.  The UPHA Foundation’s mission is to educate, encourage, promote and advance participation in equestrian activities. 


Please help us out with a donation of a product or service from your business.  All donations are greatly appreciated and are tax deductible.  Your donation can be something as simple as a gift certificate, horse items such as tack or decor, something unique to your state or even a themed basket.


A donation form may be downloaded below.  Simply fill it out, and send to Amanda Ward, Auction Coordinator by January 10, 2020.  The donation form may be returned via mail or emailed to Amanda.


Amanda Ward

7092 Vaughn Road

Canton, GA 30115




Items may be brought to the UPHA National Conference or shipped by January 10, 2020 to the UPHA office.


Thank you for your consideration of our request to assist the UPHA Foundation.  Please feel free to contact Amanda Ward, Auction Coordinator if you have any questions.





The UPHA Foundation, Inc and its charitable contributions enable UPHA to influence positive change within the equine community and beyond.  The UPHA Foundation has dispersed over 3.5 million dollars to support not only the horse show industry but other areas of the equine industry. 


The UPHA Foundation continues to be the charitable portion of the UPHA which supports not only the horse show industry, but other areas of the equine industry as well. The UPHA Foundation has awarded numerous scholarships, has donated to funding of equine health research, made contributions to numerous riding for the handicapped programs, raised over $100,000 for the United Cerebral Palsy Fund, given over $300,000 for Breast Cancer Research and given over $400,000 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital through the Ribbons of Service program. The UPHA Foundation also supports the American Saddlebred Museum, the American Morgan Horse Institute and Building Funds, the American Horse Council, as well as the National 4-H Council's horse programs.



JANUARY 21 - 26, 2020