Harryhall.com welcomes World Horse Welfare as charity partner

14/05/2018

Leading equestrian online retailer Harryhall.com and its enterprising One Club which gives members year-round discounts on equestrian goods plus public liability and personal accident insurance for members, is proud to announce that World Horse Welfare will be its charity partner.

Harry Hall and World Horse Welfare

Harry Hall will support the international horse welfare charity by donating kit to World Horse Welfare; sharing details of its campaigns and rehoming programmes with Harry Hall members and customers; and inviting One Club Members and other shoppers to donate to the charity when shopping online.

“As Britain’s leading online equestrian and country retailer, with access to many thousands of Harry Hall One Club members and other shoppers, we are ideally placed to work with an equestrian charity partner,” says Harry Hall MD Liz Hopper.

"We look forward to supporting the charity in a host of ways, and sharing their key messages with our thousands of customers"

“With 30% savings permanently available to Harry Hall One Club members, we expect many will be happy to share a little of what they have saved in the form of a donation to World Horse Welfare at the check out. But we look forward to supporting the charity in a host of ways, and sharing their key messages with our thousands of customers.”

Harry Hall also plans to run one of its popular Yard Visit series at a World Horse Welfare Rescue and Rehoming Centre to show some of their customers, first hand, about the sometimes difficult work the teams there tackle every day.

"This provides a valuable new channel to further raise awareness of the many welfare issues facing the UK’s equine population"

Roly Owers, Chief Executive of World Horse Welfare, added:

“We are delighted to be working in partnership with Harry Hall and sincerely thank them for this fantastic opportunity. Not only will this help support our work through donations in kind and online but most importantly provides a valuable new channel to further raise awareness of the many welfare issues facing the UK’s equine population today.”

 

Find out more at www.harryhall.com