How donations left in Wills can help horses

We are truly grateful for all gifts left to us in Wills, whatever their size. The following are just some examples of how donations left to us in Wills have helped horses like Wilma, pictured, who arrived at our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Norfolk in January 2008, as part of a large welfare case...

 

How your legacy could help horses

£600 paid for the cost of transporting Wilma and her ten companions from Amersham to our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Norfolk

£37 paid for Wilma to be examined by our vet upon arrival

£46 paid for the test which showed she had Strangles

£18 paid for Wilma to have her hooves trimmed by our farrier

£35 paid for two front shoes to be fitted by our farrier

£30 paid for Wilma to have her teeth examined by our dentist

£35 paid for Wilma’s vaccinations

£30 paid for Wilma’s passport

£300 pays for our dentist to examine and treat 10 horses during her weekly visit

£5,000 is the average cost of rehabilitating each welfare case we take into our four Rescue and Rehoming Centres, this amount includes all veterinary and farriery bills and centre running costs.

£19,467 pays the veterinary bills for our four Rescue and Rehoming Centres each month – this includes the cost of veterinary, physiotherapy and dental treatment

£2,639,000 – enables us to care for 300 horses like Wilma each year at our four Rescue and Rehoming Centres

Large or small, a gift in your Will to World Horse Welfare is a lasting gift to help the horses you love.