Ragwort is poisonous to equines... learn how to recognise the plant and remove it effectively
Sanctuary not a shop
Can you offer a new home?
Rehoming donkeys and mules is one of the most amazing things you can do to help us
Changing traditions in Mexico
Teamwork and tough work in brick kilns
Donkey assisted therapy
Fun, laughter, learning and support
The Donkey Sanctuary is celebrating the launch of a new set of guidelines to protect equines from suffering the effects of dehydration...
The Donkey Sanctuary is delighted to announce the release of the new Donkey Care Handbook.
A massive thank you to Trudi Earle from Hampshire who recently abseiled down the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth to celebrate her 40th...
Earlier this month, we noticed we were close to reaching 200,000 Facebook likes and felt we would like to celebrate. We turned the...
The Donkey Sanctuary has been working with our partner Animal Nepal since 2009, helping the donkeys and mules working in brick kilns in...
After many years as an adoption donkey, one of The Donkey Sanctuary’s best-loved donkeys is finally retiring. Little Vijay has been a...