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Your gift will help improve conditions for many thousands of horses, making sure that fewer face the pain, stress and exhaustion of a needless long journey to slaughter.

two horses tethered to a live animal export truck

£3 over three months would help us train port staff to recognise signs of sickness and injury in horses.

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£5 for five months means our researcher can spend a day in Europe gathering first-hand information on the long-distance transport of horses to slaughter.

photo of Roly Owers with George Eustice MP

£7 in seven months helps our campaigns officer meet with an MP or NGO to put forward our call for improved welfare policy and legislation.

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two horses tethered to a live animal export truck

£10 would help us train port staff to recognise signs of sickness and injury in horses.

woman looking up at a live animal export truck

£25 means our researcher can spend a day in Europe gathering first-hand information on the long-distance transport of horses to slaughter.

photo of Roly Owers with George Eustice MP

£50 helps our campaigns officer meet with an MP or NGO to put forward our call for improved welfare policy and legislation.

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Why we need your help

Our campaigning has helped to reduce the number of horses transported in this way from 165,000 in 2001 to around 26,000 today. In 2010, Members of the European Parliament brought about the first Written Declaration on horse welfare ever to be adopted.

We will continue to campaign until the number of horses subjected to long journeys to slaughter is zero.

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It touches my heart with such amazing work you do you such a magical, spiritual animal. It upsets me greatly how animals are treated with such disrespect and disregard. They are sentient beings with thoughts and feelings. Thank you for being there for those that need it the most

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