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Closed 12/01/2021

raised of £2,185 target by 23 supporters

    Weʼve raised £500 to buy a Field Shelter and Mud Control Grids for Equine Gentling Community Herd

    Henfield, West Sussex
    Funded on Tuesday, 12th January 2021

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    Festive Litter Picking Walk - Sunday 13th and Sunday 20th December 2020

    Several of our families will be taking it in turns to walk sections of a 4 mile walk between the herd's home in Edburton and Fulking Village, collecting litter from the hedgerows. We are hoping to do our bit to keep the South Downs National Park a beautiful place for all to enjoy. Dressed in their festive best and high vis our awesome herd members are hoping to raise enough money to buy the herd a Field Shelter.

    If you are sponsoring a person or family, don't forget to mention them when you donate!

    We need a field shelter and mud control grids to ensure our herd members and local community can continue to visit us through the winter. Providing a dry space will ensure our volunteers and visiting families have somewhere to store equipment, talk to Dan and help prepare the horse's feed & herb balls. It will also provide a dry space for the more sensitive horses in the herd :)

    We are a community herd of 13 horses currently based near Henfield, West Sussex. We rehabilitate rescue horses to provide them with lifelong care, freedom and choice whilst working to raise awareness of equine welfare and the benefits of Equine Assisted Healing.

    We work especially with young people with social, emotional, mental health and learning difficulties, these are the super powered members of our herd. Our project encourages connections and friendship building, nurturing a sense of purpose, value and belonging. Our aim is to provide people in our community support for emotional and mental health and to reduce stress and anxiety through building trusting relationships with equines and each other.



    • Dan Corbin Equine Gentling1 year ago
      Dan Corbin Equine Gentling

      Dan Corbin Equine Gentling

      1 year ago

      Thank-you to all those who donated and sponsored our incredible families and volunteers on their festive litter picking walk. Unfortunately we didn't raise enough to purchase a winter shelter. However, we are now having to supplement the herd's diet through this winter to ensure they are getting everything they need. Love & Kindness Dan, Lady, Gatsby, Blue, Maisey, Triggy, Archie, Cleo, Poppy, Jasper, Remy, Zani, Fred & Vitty

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    • Sunny  Felix and Marina

      Sunny Felix and Marina

      Dec 27, 2020

      What a wonderful project, well done guys!


    • Anonymous


      Dec 27, 2020

      Loads of love from Josef and Eli’s Grandpa Dave xxx


    • Anonymous


      Dec 22, 2020

      Well done, Eli and Joseph .Great cause. Good luck. Tania and Tyzer


    • Frankie


      Dec 21, 2020


    • Dominique


      Dec 19, 2020

      What beautiful horses and amazing people!


    • Kirsten Evans

      Kirsten Evans

      Dec 19, 2020

      Thanks for helping to keep the countryside clean Eli and Jo! I’m very proud of you x


    • Simon


      Dec 18, 2020


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