Leading equestrian specialist, Harry Hall, is continuing its commitment to supporting equine and animal charities by unveiling Saving Abandoned Fly-Grazing Equines (SAFE) as its chosen charity of the year for 2024.
After raising more than £30,000 for equine charities and good causes over the past five years, the announcement means that SAFE will be Harry Hall’s exclusive charity partner over the next 12 months.
The Bradford based equestrian specialist will raise money for SAFE in a variety of ways – anyone who joins its One Club membership, takes out an insurance policy, or shops at HarryHall.com will result in a donation to the charity.
The team will also donate unsold clothing, horse equipment, and supplements to the charity. In a move to further boost the funds raised, Harry Hall will also double one month’s total donation value on two occasions throughout the year.
SAFE was founded in 2014, by a small group of horse-loving volunteers. The charity aims to help horses and ponies who have been abandoned or neglected keeping them ‘SAFE’ and away from harm. Money raised by Harry Hall will allow the charity to continue to rescue horses and campaign for their welfare, making sure no horse is left abandoned.
Voting for Harry Hall’s charity of the year 2024 was open to the equestrians via the Harry Hall website, where users could choose from a shortlist of ten charitable organisations. SAFE was determined to be the winner of the voting process after receiving more than 16 per cent of the total vote.
Harry Hall’s previous charity partners include Riding for the Disabled, Hope Pastures, World Horse Welfare, The Gambia Horse & Donkey Trust, Safe Haven for Donkeys in Holy Land, Brooke – Action for Working Horses and Donkeys, and Prince Fluffy Kareem.
For more information about Harry Hall’s charity of the year 2024, head to Harry Hall.