Other ways to donate

Find out about a variety of alternative ways to donate and make a difference for horses.

Find out about a variety of alternative ways to donate and make a difference for horses.

Why not shop online with your favourite stores and raise money at the same time? Click on one of the below options to get started.

Make money for us through recycling

We can recycle your used stamps, ink cartridges and mobile phones to generate funds that will directly benefit our horses. Simply package them up and post them to us at: World Horse Welfare, Anne Colvin House, Snetterton, NR16 2LR.

Recycle your old car

Do you own a vehicle that you want to sell or dispose of? Then please think about donating it to us through Giveacar!
Giveacar raises money for UK charities by scrapping and selling old cars. They provide a nationwide FREE service which:

  • Arranges the collection of the vehicle from your home
  • Depending on its age and condition, recycles it at an authorised facility or sends it to auction

To arrange donation of a car, visit or call 020 7736 4242, quoting World Horse Welfare as your preferred charity.

Thinking about clearing out the attic?

eBay for Charity allows you donate between 10-100% of sales of items on your eBay account directly to us. Just nominate us as your chosen charity and select your chosen percentage and they will do the rest. Instructions on how to get started can be found here.

You can even donate unused or unwanted shares

Sharegift accept donations of low value shares, which often cost owners more money to sell than they are worth. They then accumulate and monetize those shares allowing them to make donations to Charities. When donating, you will be asked to nominate a charity. As they accrue funds through share sales, Sharegift make periodic donations which are split between nominated charities.

Whatever you decide to do, we appreciate every single penny that is sent in to us as a result of your fundraising, so please have fun while helping us to help horses.

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