Photo: Destination reached at Kersbrook, SA.
Here are a few very good reasons why we do what we do!
On behalf of these fortunate ones (and many more), thank you to all those who continually give and support those in need.
Photo: Donated goods on their way to South Australia at Murray Bridge.
Notes from Leigh:
Travelling well. Set up camp for the night in Mt. Barker.
Delivering goods tomorrow morning and meeting some of the locals.
Big couple of days which would not have been possible without the generosity of our supporters.
Thanks again to everyone involved.
Lucky I bought a bigger truck.
In response to the fires that have gone through the Adelaide Hills in the last week Triple R Equine Welfare (TREW) is joining together with Project Hope Horse Welfare and The Winged Horse Equine Welfare to assist horse owners who have been impacted by the fires.
We are collecting the following four items to take over to South Australia:
• Bags of processed horse food.
• Rainsheets and Summer/Cotton Rugs
• Fencing equipment
If you wish to help either financially or by donating goods, please contact us via our Facebook page or email email@example.com for your nearest collection point.
The Adelaide horse community and public are rallying with a variety of welcome help. If you would like to look at what is happening please visit the Bushfire Assistance SA Facebook page:
Four weeks in and we’re still going strong.
This mornings delivery to Edgar’s Mission of goods donated by The Winged Horse Equine Welfare and their wonderful supporters.
Hay deliveries are still ongoing to affected properties.
Yesterday was a big day for deliveries.
These 6 bales of hay have been donated to the bushfire relief effort by Dindi Animal Rescue.
Donations from The Winged Horse Equine Welfare Inc, Honey’s Pledge, Heavy Horse Haven and many of theirs and our supporters.
New load of hay just dropped off at the hay collection point being run by TREW and Project Hope.
If you (or someone you know) is in need of hay please pop down to the site behind Lowdens Saddleworld.
Turn in off Anvil Ave.
Please bring ID with you.
One of the loads of hay that was delivered today.
The generosity from people both donating goods and their time is astonishing.
Thank you to everyone who is helping make this possible.
Update – Kilmore and Surrounding Areas
As most of the fire affected area has been locked down, it is still difficult to determine exactly what the situations are. Now that people are being allowed back into the area we are starting to get calls from people requiring assistance.
As the fire is/was predominantly a quick moving grass fire, owners have lost their pastures and feed.
At the moment our biggest need is Hay.
Please contact us via the contact page on this website or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to make a donation of Hay or feed.