The IEA is committed to helping the equestrian community and the welfare of our four-legged friends. We would like to welcome non-profit organizations to submit an application for a charitable grant/donation from the club.
Click to download the Grant Request Form.
The IEA will award four scholarships of $500 each to be used for any eventing education purpose. Please read the qualifying criteria carefully before submitting your application.
(2) Junior Scholarships - 21 years & under and
(2) Senior Scholarships - 22 years & over
Deadline for Application Submission: December 1, 2018
The applicant must be a member of the Indiana Eventing Association during the qualifying period and must remain a member of IEA during use of the Scholarship. An active IEA member is a person who has paid membership dues to IEA during the year of application. An applicant does not necessarily need to be competing in eventing but must have the desire to further their education in the sport of eventing.
The applicant must do a minimum of 16 hours volunteer work directly related to the sport of eventing. A minimum of 8 volunteer hours must be any activity directly benefiting the Indiana Eventing Association. Volunteer hours can include workdays, show preparation and tear-down, volunteering during a show or clinic, serving on a committee, or anything for which IEA requests volunteers. The hours must be recorded and signed off by the volunteer coordinator, show organizer, or organizer for that activity. Volunteer hours are not transferrable.
The applicant can be a young, junior, adult amateur or professional. For use in 2019, IEA will offer four scholarships: two for applicants 21 years and under and two for applicants 22 years and older. Scholarships will be awarded at the IEA Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet.
Download the IEA Scholarship Application