PHHWV Lil was to be a racehorse. This is her story...
PROJECT HOPE AT EQUITANA
Our stall at Equitana was busy, a buzz of excitement could be felt from all the different stalls, information, education and events of many different ridding and driving disciplines - it’s all about horses. The stall with the new posters signage and lecterns looked great also the new polo shirts are smart and I loved wearing mine.
The overall response from the wonderful volunteers on the PHHWV stall is that we should be there talking and showing the importance of Project Hope and spreading the message of what we do. This is so important so that we can continue to grow and help more horses that otherwise will be leading a miserable painful existence.
Many people that stopped already had heard of us but some were unclear as to what we actually do and that they may also be able to help or contribute in some way. Others had no idea about Project Hope or thought we are part of another horse rescue group, so it was very rewarding to engage them in conversation to enlighten them.
It was great to have the exposure that comes from being at Equitana.
Victorian Brumbies... a call to get involved
I am calling on everyone who cares about brumbies to have a look at the Parks Victoria website and the consultative process which is currently taking place. Still in the drafting phase, it will ultimately form the basis for an overall management plan for wild horses in Victoria`s Eastern Alps and Bogong areas. Read more...
Project Hope Horse Welfare Victoria Inc. receives no government funding and is therefore totally reliant on memberships and donations in order to undertake its important work.
All donations are greatly appreciated & donations
over $2.00 are tax deductable
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