How to Help
We rely on the generosity of people like you to continue our work rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming horses and ponies. There are many ways you can help, including donating regular money, sponsoring a pony or a stable, donating rugs and equipment or fundraising and volunteering.
The best way to help is by offering a regular donation, which helps us each month to care for our ponies in our care. You can do this by clicking on JustGiving or directly with PayPal.
We really value small regular donations, for just £3 a month you can help us transform a pony’s life. Text your donation – PONY20 £.. to 70070
Sponsor a Pony
If you would like to Sponsor a Pony (either for yourself, as a group or as a lovely gift for someone) please see our Sponsor a Pony page.
Sponsor a Stable
For a monthly donation of £10 you can become a Stable Sponsor and help us meet the cost of keeping one of our ponies clean and comfortable in his stable. You will receive a certificate and your name will be displayed on our Stable Sponsors Board in the stable block. Please fill out the direct debit form here.
Do you have space to put one of our collection tins in your shop or business? Small change can mount up and every little helps. Please contact us if you are interested.
Donate items from our wishlist
Another important way that individuals and businesses can help is by directly donating useful items for the horses and around the farm that we always need. We have put together a wish list on Amazon click here to view it.
We receive money for used stamps collected on our behalf, you can get free postage envelopes from http://www.fundraisingstamps.com phone number – 07599830966 charity number 24006
Use your computer!
Everyclick.com the search engine – donates 1p for every search click you make – at no cost to you. 40 supporters already have raised over £250 – so the pennies do mount up!!
Sell your unwanted gifts and household items on ebay.co.uk
If you use an online shopping facility please consider using easyfundraising.org.uk as many stores donate to Charity.
Lluest Horse and Pony Trust is also registered with sharegift.org and by donating unwanted shares Lluest could benefit.
Insuring your animals with Animal Friends
If you insure your pets with Animal Friends, and then refer your friends, Lluest Horse and Pony Trust will receive a donation.
Supported by Animal Friends Pet Insurance
Please call Animal Friends on 0344 557 0300 for a quote.
Don’t forget to mention that you heard about Animal Friends through us – we really do want them to donate to us!
Organise a fundraising event
If you are looking to help us this year, you could host your very own event in aid of Lluest Horse and Pony Trust! Why not do this through Just Giving – it will broaden your capacity to raise money. Go to www.justgiving.com/lluesthorseandpony/raisemoney/ and find out how you can set up your own fundraising page.
Donating Unwanted Tack
We love donations of used, or unwanted, rugs and tack for our horses or for our Tack Shop. These are invaluable to us. If you have any unwanted or used tack that you can donate, please call 01550 740661.
We would not have been able to help so many horses and ponies without the support of our wonderful volunteers. We have opportunities to help in the stables, on the farm and in our office. If you’d like to help us and do something worthwhile with your spare time we’d love to hear from you. We’re very sorry, but we can’t accept volunteers under 16 years of age.
Leave a legacy
We have been fortunate to receive a number of generous legacies over the years which have been vital for our ongoing financial survival. Many of our ponies have been named after people who have left legacies and we know how much Lluest owes to these very special people.
You can donate a “legacy” early if you wish and enjoy seeing your money help our horses and ponies now. If you would like to help in this way then please contact us. Thank you.
Help us help more horses and ponies in need
With a regular donation, each month, you can help us help ponies and horses in need get the care they deserve.