9.9K Remus Reservoir Challenge
Many charities like Remus Horse Sanctuary have been directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. It has massively affected the charity’s fundraising activities and they have lost out on crucial donations for horses in their care.
The charity is calling on any supporters to help them raise £10,000 in donations by taking part in their 9.9K Remus Reservoir Challenge. Supporters are encouraged to walk, run, or cycle the full distance of the Hanningfield Reservoir in a day this July and August.
Sue Burton from Remus Horse Sanctuary commented: “Our mission is to bring an end to horse cruelty by helping the horse welfare operation in the UK. The animals are our prime concern and are treated with the utmost respect. Our aim is to rescue and rehabilitate the animals to give them every chance to thrive into old age.
“However, this is something we cannot achieve on our own and heavily rely on fundraising events so that supporters can help us raise much needed donations.”
All donations raised will go towards the running of Remus Horse Sanctuary, which provides lifetime help and care for horses, ponies, and donkeys, many of which are aged between 30 and 45 years old. The Sanctuary’s mission is to provide these vulnerable animals with a happy and pain-free quality of life.
Further details of the 9.9K Remus Reservoir Challenge can be found at www.remussanctuary.org or sign up today at: donate.giveasyoulive.com/campaign/-remus-reservoir-challenge.