Thank you for choosing to donate to the Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary
Donate Your clothes and raise funds for Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary.
The charity provides lifetime help and cares for horses, ponies, goats, donkeys, cows, sheep, and cats, that were victims of physical and mental abuse that occurred as a result of ignorance or malicious intent.
Animals are the prime concern of the Sanctuary and they are treated with lots of respect. No one should be discriminated because of their age, and animals are the same.The charity provides animals with all chances to thrive in their old age and to enjoy their lives, no matter how young or old they are, because they deserve the best. No exploitation, no abuse, just a happy atmosphere, and care without asking anything of them in exchange.
Funds received from sales of your unwanted clothes will help Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary.
The work at the Sanctuary in some ways reminds the work in a hospice. Some animals are survivors of the most horrendous cruelty at the hands of mankind. The charity provides them with the best of care allowing the younger ones to get over their abuse, and to develop into happy and full of life adults. It’s also caring to make sure that the older ones spend their twilight years doing what they wish.
Animals here are fed, watered, cared for and loved unconditionally. They receive regular veterinary check-ups and treatments as needed, they also benefit from holistic therapies. Many of them are very much an older population (between 30 and 45 years old). Some of the old horses in the Sanctuary are in excellent condition, happy, pain-free and with a good quality of life for the first time in their lives.
Of course, it takes a lot of hard work, money and effort to keep old and sick animals in such good condition, but this is what the charity does and is proud of. Remus Horse Sanctuary is funded exclusively by public donations and own fundraising activities. It costs over £400,000 to run the Sanctuary per year, so the charity is always looking to raise money to be able to continue providing this care.
The charity has ten people of staff onsite providing the highest quality of care along with wonderful enthusiastic volunteers of different ages who care for animals, and also organise fundraising activities such as stalls, quiz nights, open days, summer and Christmas fairs, and give talks.