The Mane Chance Sanctuary

We are proud to be supporting the Mane Chance Sanctuary, a remarkable organisation dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating horses in need. This partnership reflects the foundation’s commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of animals and humans.
Mane Chance Sanctuary, nestled in Surrey countryside, rescues neglected, abused, and abandoned horses. Established by actress Jenny Seagrove in 2011, the sanctuary provides a safe haven for horses and ponies to recover and thrive as well as support sessions for young people. They work with young people who are presenting with a variety of symptoms, from ADHD, autism, eating disorder, self-harm, chronic anxiety and more.
Our donation will go towards a 12-week course of these support sessions working with children who have difficulty processing or accessing education. The sessions revolve around the notion of self-kindness and calmness. The children work alongside Mane Chance’s horses to reinforce how to be more confident, calm and respectful of themselves – and others.
Our support for Mane Chance Sanctuary aligns with the Foundation’s values of compassion, empathy, and community engagement. By standing behind the sanctuary, we uphold our dedication to the development of disadvantaged young people.
For more information, please click here to be redirected to the Mane Chance Sanctuary’s website.

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