Animal welfare charities have benefitted from the Benefact Group’s Movement for Good Awards including equine charity World Horse Welfare. SEIB Insurance Brokers and Benefact Group have announced the 10 winning charities who will each receive £5,000. including World Horse Welfare.

“This very welcome win will help towards caring for more horses in need at our four Rescue and Rehoming Centres across the country,” said Roly Owers, Chief Executive of World Horse Welfare.

“Our dedicated team of grooms, vets, farriers and physiotherapists work closely together to individually tailor and deliver each horse’s treatment throughout their rehabilitation. It can take many months for them to fully recover before they are ready to rehome, and the cost can be considerable.”

The Movement for Good Animal and Wildlife Awards are the first winners to be announced of five draws running this year. The draws are aimed at helping charities in specific sectors, including health, youth, the environment and arts and culture, as well as animal welfare.

“We are delighted to be a part of the Movement for Good Awards in general and none more so than, specifically, the Animal and Wildlife Awards,” said Suzy Middleton, Chief Executive Officer at SEIB.

“The causes represented in this category are close to the hearts of our team at SEIB and the services provided to equine welfare by World Horse Welfare are indispensable.”

Other winners in the Movement for Good Animal and Wildlife Awards included; Birds of Poole Harbour in Dorset, Bliss Cavalier Rescue Ltd in Yorkshire, Dogs.N.Homes Rescue in Hampshire, Greenacres Rescue LTD in Pembrokeshire, Little Hill Animal Rescue and Sanctuary in the Republic of Ireland, Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter in Tyne and Wear, Safe Haven for Donkeys in the Holy Land in West Sussex, The Cat Welfare Group Ltd in Hampshire.

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