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Harry Hall 2022 Charity Partners

We're proud to announce our 2022 Charity Partners!

After our Christmas vote, the registered charities our customers felt deserved some extra support from Harry Hall in 2022 are...

Harry Hall Charity partners

Shop, join or insure with us and we will donate

When you join the Harry Hall One Club, take out insurance, go shopping, either online or on the Harry Hall Riding App, we’ll donate every time.


On every shopping order, new membership and new insurance placed * we will donate 5p to the charity fund.


We will give you the option to donate at the checkout.


We will donate unsold clothing, horse equipment and supplements ** to our nominated charities.


Twice during 2022, we will double the donation amount in one calendar month.


We will feature our charities in the HH1C magazine, and we’ll support them on social media and our website.


In 2021, anyone who joined the Harry Hall One Club took out a new insurance policy or shopped at harryhall.com triggered a donation to the charity fund. Customers also had the option to make their donation at the checkout. So far this year we have raised over £13,000.00 for our 3 charity partners


Harry Hall’s generous financial contribution has been instrumental in allowing us to continue supporting over 140 horses in our care.

The Horse Trust


As part of ongoing relief efforts in India, Brooke have provided emergency feed for 4,058 equines. We couldn’t make a difference to so many working equines without your support, so from everyone at Brooke, a massive thank you! ”

Brooke Charity


Many of our local RDA groups have struggled with the changing COVID-19 guidelines. We now have 75% of our groups up and running with this number is growing every day!”

Riding for the Disabled Association

Harry Hall's 2022 charity partners are:

World Horse Welfare Logo Harry Hall Charity Partner

World Horse Welfare

World Horse Welfare helps improve the lives of horses in the UK and worldwide.

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The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust

Helping reduce poverty in Gambia by improving the welfare of it's animals.

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Hope Pastures

Rescue, rehabilitate and re-home horses, ponies and donkeys in need.

Hope Pastures


Hope Pastures are an equine rescue centre in north Leeds, West Yorkshire whose aim is to rescue, rehabilitate, re-home or offer residency to horses, ponies and donkeys who may otherwise end up neglected, or are already suffering from neglect.


Hope Pastures have set up their site in Leeds to benefit any equines who stay with them by enriching their environment with edible medicinal hedgerows, setting up a grazing system which allows the grass to grow naturally and stay in good condition, and setting up hard standing areas to prevent mud and the related health and welfare conditions it can bring.

All the horses, ponies and donkeys are kept in as natural conditions as possible, always allowing them the important ‘3 F’s. Friends, Forage and Freedom.


In an ideal world, Hope Pastures, will aim to place animals in their care in a forever ‘loan’ home, where they will receive the one-to-one attention and interaction which is so beneficial from a private home.


Hope Pastures work within the community, welcoming visitors on site and sharing the healing and therapeutic benefits of being around equines.

Hope Pastures welcomes visitors any day throughout the year between 10am-3pm.

Visit Hope Pastures

They are open every day (365 days a year) between 10am and 3pm,

Hope Pastures, Weetwood Lane, Leeds LS16 5PH


The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust

The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust (GHDT) was founded in 2002 by the late Stella Marsden OBE and her sister Heather Armstrong. With no tradition of horsemanship in The Gambia and a combination of poor management, high disease risk and poverty, farmers were investing comparatively large amounts of money for a working animal only for it to die, too often within six months. Not only was this causing further hardship for the farmers, but it was also creating a serious animal welfare problem and the veterinary services did not have the infrastructure or finances to be able to help the farmers.

A healthy working animal can increase a farming family's income by up to 500% and buying an animal is a big investment for a family. If the animal becomes sick or dies not only the animal suffers, but its owners suffer too. The Gambia is one of the poorest countries in Africa and is unable to provide all the veterinary support that the farmers require, so when the animals become ill, sometimes the owners are simply unable to find help for it.

The aim of the GHDT is to reduce rural poverty in The Gambia through improving the health, welfare and productivity of all animals, but working animals in particular. They do this through educational programmes, community development and veterinary treatments.

The GHDT rely heavily upon dedicated volunteers who offer their time and services to help, and they employ a team of local Gambian staff.

World Horse Welfare

World Horse Welfare are an international charity that strives to support and improve the horse-human partnership in all of its guises. Their mission is to work with horses, horse owners, communities, organisations and governments to help improve welfare standards and stamp out suffering in the UK and worldwide. And their vision is a world where every horse is treated with respect, compassion and understanding.

Founded in 1927, their approach to helping horses was based on four core principles, which they still hold today. Relevance, sustainability, practicality and evidence and experience. They have four farms in all corners of the UK and as well as being open to the public, they hold regular fundraising events where you can go and meet the horses and ponies in their care. The charity relies almost entirely on donations from members of the public to help ease the suffering of horses worldwide, 365 days a year.


Harry Hall is committed to helping others less fortunate than themselves and supporting the causes that are important to Harry Hall One Club members, customers and their employees. Our love for horses and the friends that we make along the way, for the team at Harry Hall and the One Club Members, this is a lifestyle, not a hobby.


Throughout 2021 Harry Hall has
supported 3 charity partners:


How Brooke make an impact

We couldn’t make a difference to so many working equines without your support, so from everyone at Brooke, a massive thank you! So far this year, we have:

Provided emergency feed for 4,058 equines and provided 210 first aid kits as part of ongoing relief efforts in India

  • Opened a new Farrier School in Senegal, the first outside Europe and North America, which is currently training 60 new farriers
  • Launched a Compassionate Handling pilot project in Nicaragua, teaching 35 community members handling techniques for foals
  • Petitioned World Leaders, and Eastern African Authorities to ban the Donkey Skin trade and launched a petition calling on Amazon to stop selling Donkey skin products

Last year, in total we helped over 1.5 million working horses, donkeys and mules in almost 12,000 communities around the world.


Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA)

How RDA make a difference

“Thanks to the generous contributions of Harry Hall, we have been able to continue to support approx. 500 groups across the UK to get back up and running after lockdown. Many of our local groups have struggled with the changing guidelines around COVID-19 and so we have been helping groups to adapt and thrive. This has involved creating COVID-19 safe venues, advice on changing guidelines, training our volunteers and providing adapted activities to our participants to return to RDA. We now have 75% of our groups up and running with this number is growing every day!


The impact from The Horse Trust

"Harry Hall’s generous financial contribution to The Horse Trust through its Charity Partnerships Program has been instrumental in allowing us to continue supporting over 140 horses in our care.

The impact of the pandemic on The Horse Trust’s income was devastating. Since March 2020, we lost more than £120,000 in income as a result of cancelled events and temporary closure of our site to visitors.

With Harry Hall’s help, we have been able to continue providing specialised treatment for some of the more serious horse injuries which often require expensive or additional antibiotics, wound dressings, casts, special bedding, pain killers and X-rays to speed the healing process and allow recovery."


In 2020 we donated £11,318.99
for NHS Charities Together



In 2022 Harry Hall will make charitable donations every 3 months.

*excluding Pony Club orders and renewals on membership & insurance

** Every 6 months, stock availability is dependant and relevant to nominated charities

The shortlisted charities will be those with the most nominations.

An individual is entitled to one vote in the shortlisted charities.

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