An act of kindness so sorely needed during these difficult times, Baileys Horse Feeds has donated feed to World Horse Welfare’s Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre
Four tonnes of feed from Baileys Horse Feeds found its way to World Horse Welfare’s Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Norfolk. This generous donation will help feed the rescued horses and ponies under the charity’s care. All charities have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the 145 equines at Hall Farm will benefit greatly from the extra feed during these incredibly trying times.
“We were conscious of this from early on in lockdown and were keen to make a contribution as soon as movement restrictions would allow,” explains Baileys’ Business Development Manager, Graham Rice, himself a rehomer of a World Horse Welfare companion pony. The feed was delivered on Tuesday 19 May to help equines in need. Revenue and fundraising efforts continue to struggle as a result of the pandemic, so every little helps.
“This gift of feed is a wonderful gesture,” said Nikki Grift, spokesperson for World Horse Welfare. “It’s brilliant that Baileys chose us as the benefitting charity and we’re extremely grateful for this kind of support during these challenging times.” Baileys had originally raised funds through registrations to an online nutrition webinar, then decided to add to those and give the charity the feed itself.