My lasting gift to World Horse Welfare
World Horse Welfare supporter Sue Albone, who lives with her husband Tony in Wrentham, Suffolk, is leaving a lasting gift to our charity in her Will, which is a portion of her estate as well as her horse Gordon.
Sue explains why: “I wanted to be able to help cover the costs of any equine I gifted to World Horse Welfare, as well as help lots of others who aren’t as fortunate as my own and to know that they are safe and have a secure future under the expert care of World Horse Welfare.
I think it’s wonderful that the charity does so much to help horses in the UK as well as abroad. Now that I know more about the work in countries such as in Central America, I think it’s vital that the many working horses overseas should benefit as well.
I would encourage anyone to donate money or leave a legacy as it allows World Horse Welfare to continue to transform the lives of many more horses worldwide.”