It’s #HelpAHorseDay this month. And to celebrate how you can help a horse, our Equine Marketing Team shares a few of our favourite equestrian charities you should be supporting.
Bransby Horses is one of the UK’s largest equine rescue centres. Based in Lincolnshire, they work hard to rescue, rehabilitate, and offer horse owners advice and support. The equestrian charity was founded in 1968 and relies solely on the general public’s support to continue their valuable work. You can support this wonderful charity by making a donation, creating a fundraising event, sponsorship and rehoming a horse on loan.
Redwings is the UK’s largest horse sanctuary, rescuing abandoned, mistreated, and neglected horses and donkeys from across the UK. They pride themselves on giving these animals a safe place and lifelong care. You can support Redwings in several ways. Shop their extensive store filled with products ranging from fashion to stationery, food and drink and toys and games. Moreover, you can also adopt, volunteer, rehome, visit a centre and fundraise.
World Horse Welfare
World Horse Welfare is an international charity works to rescue, rehabilitate, rehome and educate for the greater good. Their small team is passionate about horse welfare, and you can support them by becoming a member, making a donation, sponsoring a stable yard, leaving a legacy and rehoming.
Kent Horse Rescue
Kent Horse Rescue is one of the smaller equestrian charities that is making a big impact regionally. Their story is one of commitment to horse welfare and a very personal journey that led to the charity’s foundation back in 2015. This important small charity rescue, rehabilitate and rehome and work tirelessly. To help fund their invaluable work, you can set up a direct debit or make a one-off donation. Furthermore, you can even set up ‘easy funding‘. Through this you can access over 2000 online brand name retailers! And a percentage of your shopping online will go directly to the charity at zero cost to you!
HorseWorld is an equestrian charity dedicated to saving the lives of abandoned, neglected and mistreated horses, ponies and donkeys. It began life back in 1952 and not only rescues and rehabilitates but also runs an innovative Discovery educational programme. Voluntary donations fund Their animal welfare work, and you can support them in several ways, from donations, adoptions and rehoming.
So Help A Horse Today, Tomorrow & Beyond By Supporting These Equine Charities.
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