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To oPlease donateur wonderful supporter who gave us a very unexpected donation – one we hadn’t had to beg for or spend hours ‘earning’. As you can tell, donations rarely happen in the ERF world but they make a huge difference to our ability to follow up on welfare cases and campaign to improve welfare standards. Every cent of this donation will be used to help us make a difference, here on the ground in France.

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ERF were delighted to be contacted a few months ago by a fellow WSPA member society, AMCF (Animal Medical Care Foundation) who support more than 50 Animal welfare refuges and shelters worldwide.

AMCF are a  Netherlands registered charity operating from the Netherlands and France and run by volunteers who supply medicines, medical equipment and other care products to animal shelters.

We would like to say a big thank you to Sylvie & Betty at AMCF for the parcel we received today containing an array of extremely useful items including wormers for the ERF equines. Please take a look at their website and read about some of the excellent work they do.

Mimi checking out some of the AMCF donated gifts

 

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We would like to say a huge thank you to Janie Feakes, who on October 25th, completed the Great South Run raising over £315  for ERF.

Proudly wearing her ERF T-shirt, Janie completed Britains biggest 10 mile road race in a fantastic time of 2 hours 37 mins and 28 seconds! This annual race held in Portmouth each year raises millions of pounds for various charities.

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Janie has a link with French rescue horses as she is adopter of Normandy cob mare Maddie  (previously called Sunrise), initially rescued by ERF President Kathryn and Jon Dobson prior to ERF forming. Janie and Maddie have a great relationship together and have been doing tremendously well with their Parelli work gaining very good marks from the Parelli HQ recently.

Thank you from all of us at ERF!

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