Mother's Day Gift Idea for a Socially Distanced World
By: Remus Horse Sanctuary
This year, Mother's Day will fall on Sunday 14 March. Under current lockdown rules, non-essential shops such as card and gift shops, restaurants and pubs will remain shut. Indoor socialising will still be banned and people will still be advised to stay at home.
The team at Remus Horse Sanctuary are always looking for creative and imaginative ways to boost fundraising for the charity and the idea of adding a greetings card within the sponsorship package is highly relevant right now. Furthermore, funding continues to be problematic during 2021 and fundraising even more important than normal.
The sponsorship gift packages are popular at the Sanctuary all year round and offer a unique and different type of gift. Once lockdown rules are relaxed later in the year, the Sanctuary will be able to re-open to the public, and sponsors and recipients will be able to visit and meet their animals.
Details of the animals available for sponsorship and dates of all events are shared on the charity's website at www.remussanctuary.org. To ensure delivery of the pack and greetings card for Mother's Day, orders should be placed with first class post no later than 12 noon on Thursday 11 March. If orders are placed after this time or on Friday, a voucher can be emailed.
Sue Burton, Founder of the Sanctuary, said: "We find that horses such as the blind mares Holly and Grace and their two youngsters are particularly popular as Mother's Day gifts due to their own particular stories, and orphans such as Dante and Charlie."
For further information, visit www.remussanctuary.org or contact Sue Burton on tel: 01277 356191.
Alison Page Marketing