Donate a Christmas dinner to horses in need this Christmas
GAIN Equine Nutrition will launch our ‘#DonateAChristmasDinner’ campaign across our social media channels. From Monday the 30th of November, we want you to upload a picture of your horse tacked up for the festive season ahead onto our Facebook or Instagram pages and tag ‘GAIN Equine Nutrition’ in your post. For every entry we receive, we will donate a Christmas Dinner to the Irish Horse Welfare Trust (IHWT). The campaign will run until 16th December so there is plenty of time to get into the festive spirit. This is a very worthy campaign to help horses and ponies in need this Christmas and every entry counts!
Established in 1999, the Irish Horse Welfare Trust (IHWT) set out to help the plight of horses in Ireland and has grown over the past twenty years to care for on average 65 horses and ponies.
Located in Woodenbridge, Co Wicklow, the IHWT are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of abused and neglected horses and ponies.
The work of the IHWT also includes promoting ex-racehorses for equestrianism; as well as promoting equine welfare awareness and running educational programmes.
Sharon Power, Co- Founder of the IHWT said, “We’ve had a very busy year here at the IHWT with an unprecedented number of cruelty cases coming in last spring and through the summer. We are really grateful to GAIN for their ongoing support for all these years in helping us to rehabilitate and give these horses and ponies a new life.”
Joanne Hurley, Irish Country Manager at GAIN Equine Nutrition mentioned, “GAIN have a long standing relationship with the IHWT and we are delighted to continue our support towards such a worthwhile charity. The IHWT do fantastic work in the rehabilitation and rehoming of both horses and ponies and we are very happy that we can offer them nutritional support to help them enrich the lives of these horses and ponies.”
GAIN Equine Nutrition is the official feed partner to the IHWT and is committed to supporting the charity in their fantastic efforts to rescue and rehabilitate neglected horses and ponies.