Keep up-to-date with all our latest news here in the UK and from projects around the world.
Summer raffle results
We are delighted to announce the winning ticket numbers for our Summer 2018 Raffle, which was drawn by Dawn Vincent, Head of Communications on Wednesday 12 September 2018.
Quality of life assessment tool launched
The Donkey Sanctuary has launched a new quality of life assessment tool to support donkey owners and professionals.
Fenix rises from the ashes
A desperate Spanish donkey has been saved from the brink of dying in horrific circumstances by The Donkey Sanctuary’s Spanish team.
The Donkey Sanctuary attends Animal Welfare Conference in Kenya
The Donkey Sanctuary attended the second Africa Animal Welfare Conference (AAW) in Nairobi, Kenya this week, the focus of which was ‘People, Animals and Planet: One Health, One Welfare.’
MP visits Sidmouth sanctuary
The Member of Parliament for Tiverton and Honiton, Neil Parish, visited our main headquarters in Sidmouth on 30 August to discover why it’s a leading visitor destination.
New equid assessment tool launched
The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare have today launched the new Equid Assessment Research and Scoping (EARS) tool, which places cutting-edge technology at the centre of the charities’ research strategies.
From Prison to Sanctuary
An update on Timmy and Tommy, rescued from their horrific ordeal and given a new life in our care, all thanks to your support.
Teamwork and Collaboration
The Donkey Sanctuary Ireland’s expertise was called upon when a donkey was found in severe pain, after being surrendered to an animal welfare organisation during a horse fair near Mallow, County Cork.
Farewell to dear Moses
We're incredibly saddened to be sharing the news that Moses, one of our much-loved adoption donkeys in Birmingham, passed away on the evening of 30 August at the age of 23.
Positive talks with Mayor of Santorini
The Donkey Sanctuary and its partner, Greek Animal Welfare Fund/Animal Action Hellas (GAWF), held positive talks on 24 August with the Mayor of Santorini, Anastasios-Nikolaos Zorzos, who has pledged to improve the conditions for working equines on the Greek island.