PayPal match-funding for Giving Tuesday 2019
PayPal have once again stepped in to make your Giving Tuesday 2019 bigger and better than ever.
Make a donation using PayPal on the PayPal UK’s fundraising page, or the PayPal App to PayPal Giving Fund between 06:00 on Tuesday 3 December 2019 and until such time as the cap of £150,000 has been reached, and PayPal Giving Fund UK will grant an additional 10% of the donation to benefit Remus Horse Sanctuary.
This means 100% of the donation, plus the 10% match, will come to us, in accordance with PayPal Giving Fund Donation Delivery Policy.
For further information and to read the Terms and Conditions, please visit this page.
PayPal is matching funding this #GivingTuesday!
As we officially launch our Winter Feed Appeal on Tuesday 27 November #GivingTuesday, we have some amazing news to share from PayPal.
PayPal will be doubling donations received through the PayPal fundraising page and the PayPal App, up to a maximum of £50,000 total matching donations on the day.
Donations through PayPal’s fundraising page and app are received and delivered by PayPal’s charity Giving Fund UK.
Please donate to Remus on Tuesday 27 November for us to receive double the donation via PayPal.
In the Heart of a Horse
This post is written in memory of Jimmy, Milo, Ruddles, Sky, Rosie, Timmy, Rosie Goat, Orchid and Scoobie. If you would like to make a donation in their memory, and help us take care of more rescued animals in the future, please do so via Just Giving and PayPal.
From everyone at Remus, animals and humans alike, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
In the Heart of a Horse – Poem by Unknown Author
When your day seems out of balance
and so many things go wrong…
When people fight around you
and the day drags on so long…
When parents act like children,
in-laws make you think “Divorce”…
Go out into your pasture…
and wrap your arms around your horse.
His gentle breath enfolds you,
and he watches with those eyes.
He may not have a PhD,
but he is, oh so wise!
His head rests on your shoulder.
You embrace him oh so tight.
He puts your world in balance,
and makes it seem all right.
Your tears they soon stop flowing.
The tension is now eased.
The garbage has been lifted,
and you’re quiet and at peace.
So when you need the balance
from circumstances in your day…
The best therapy that you can seek…
is out there eating hay!!