How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation of $20 will help maintain our stables, so our horses can live in a clean and conducive environment.
Your donation of $50 will feed our horses, to provide a nutritional diet and yummy treats to fuel them in programme facilitation
Your donation of $100 will help subsidise programme costs, so the lives of youths, people with special needs, families and the elderly can be transformed through our animal-assisted services
Your donation of $200 will provide training for our facilitators, to improve programmes transforming the lives of beneficiaries by developing socio-emotional skills facilitating integration in society
About Campaignends 30 Mar 2024, 11:59 PM
stable and horses require much care and this forms a significant part of EQUAL's operating cost behind our programmes.
Animal support and sponsorships are vital to us as they help to provide the necessary funding to keep our wonderful herd - who are often rescued - well and healthy, so that they can go on to support our clients while we care for them.
If you are interested in making a positive impact on the lives of animals and humans alike, please consider sponsoring one of our wonderful animals at EQUAL. Your support will help ensure that our animal partners receive the care they need to continue providing socio-emotional learning and comfort to those in need.
By sponsoring an animal, you are directly contributing to the success of our Equine-Assisted Learning programmes and helping us to expand our reach to even more clients in need. Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of both animals and humans!
About the Charity
EQUAL is a growing charity with IPC status that partners with rescued animals for intervention programmes for social sectors such as Children, Youth, Families, mental health and the Elderly. The aim is to equip beneficiaries with Social and Emotional development and resilience as well as to improve mental health. Your contribution will enable communities in need to receive our heavily subsidised programmes.