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Horse Charity Needs Your Help on #GivingTuesday
The Charity is looking for people who could help with street collecting in either Brentwood or Ingatestone on Tuesday 28 November for an hour or so for #GivingTuesday. Anyone interested should contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
"We promote lots of ideas on our Facebook page", says Sue Burton, Founder of the Sanctuary, "we're encouraging people to organise their own fundraising events – as well as helping us with street collections - such as: a 'dress down day' or a sponsored colouring competition at school and a bake sale or sponsored 'walk to work' day for companies. Other people are organising a sponsored knit which sounds great fun!"
There are currently over 7,000 horses at risk in this country and the welfare crisis continues to escalate year on year with little or no progress.Without the Sanctuary's help, many animals will die a slow, painful and unnecessary death. Sue says, "We know that we can save horses' lives this winter by getting food and water out to them quickly, but we need the public's support to help us, to help them!
#GivingTuesday coincides with the Charity's new winter feed appeal for 2017 to help raise £2,500 to feed not only the veterans and permanent residents at the Sanctuary, but those neglected, unloved and abandoned animals that are either tethered by their necks on waste ground or just left wandering and unwanted with no food, no water and no shelter.
The news regularly features victims of physical and mental abuse and the Charity continue to receive calls daily. Keeping an animal fed over winter will give it a chance to thrive into Spring and forage also helps a horse keep warm.
Additionally donations can be made to the Sanctuary via the JustGiving appeal page online at: www.justgiving.com/
Visitors to the Charity's online shop at: www.remussanctuary.org/
Sue Burton, Founder, says: "We experienced a break-in at the Sanctuary earlier this month and we hate asking for yet more help. But it's a fact that without the public's support, hundreds of horses will die this winter. Every donation, no matter how large or small will be of huge benefit to those starving animals that no-one cares for.
"I'm really hoping that #GivingTuesday will give our campaign a real boost."
For further information, visit www.remussanctuary.org or contact Sue Burton on tel: 01277 356191.
*Text donations can only be for £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10. However, a donor can donate up to three times per day. £10 is the maximum donation amount for all mobile operators.
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