Keep up-to-date with all our latest news here in the UK and from projects around the world.
Rewarding welfare progress in Nepal
We’ve been to the brick kilns of Nepal to monitor the working and living conditions of mules and donkeys, and to assess the impact of the ongoing welfare work of our charity partner, Animal Nepal.
Brick kilns of neglect in Nepal
In the kilns where new owners are yet to benefit from the expert work of Animal Nepal, working conditions are miserable for donkeys and mules.
Life and death in Nepal's brick kilns
Witnessing first-hand the work of our partner Animal Nepal, it's clear that great progress is being made in the brick kilns, but there's more still to do.
Chair of Trustees appointed CBE
The Donkey Sanctuary’s Chair of Trustees, Professor Stuart Reid, has been appointed Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE) for his contributions to the veterinary profession and higher education.
Experiencing the donkey bond
Meet Rebekah. She is 26-years-old and has been with The Donkey Sanctuary since March 2018 on work experience.
Charity heads to Appleby Horse Fair
The Donkey Sanctuary is sending a team of seven to Appleby Horse Fair, the annual traveller event which starts in Cumbria on Thursday.
Volunteers' Week 2018
This Volunteers' Week (1-7 June), The Donkey Sanctuary is celebrating the amazing people who give us the gift of time.
Progress and problems in Spain
Staff at The Donkey Sanctuary in Spain know they still have work to do despite seeing a significant improvement in animal welfare at El Rocio, Spain’s biggest equine pilgrimage.