Keep up-to-date with all our latest news here in the UK and from projects around the world.
New professional textbook launched
The Donkey Sanctuary will officially launch its new professional textbook, The Clinical Companion of the Donkey, on Saturday 21 April 2018 at the 15th World Equine Veterinary Association (WEVA) Congress in Beijing, China.
New collaboration to develop equine welfare in China
The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare have formed a groundbreaking partnership with the China Horse Industry Association (CHIA) and the Chinese Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) to improve equine welfare in China.
A bray of thanks to our marathon magnificent seven
In temperatures topping 24°C, a team of seven runners took on the 2018 London Marathon, raising nearly £16,000 for The Donkey Sanctuary.
Claire turns the tables on tragedy with London Marathon run
Bermuda resident Claire will join tens of thousands of runners pounding the streets of the capital this weekend for the 2018 London Marathon. Joined by her brother James, she’ll be covering the 26.2 miles in support of The Donkey Sanctuary.
Donkeys rescued from Spanish 'farm of horrors'
The Donkey Sanctuary in Spain has secured the safety of three donkeys who were left in darkness to suffer alongside many other desperate and dying animals in a “farm of horrors”.
Mules given chance of recovery
Three Scottish mules with grossly overgrown hooves have been given a fighting chance of survival thanks to vital treatment offered up by The Donkey Sanctuary.
Fond farewell to Charlie C
Devoted staff at The Donkey Sanctuary have said their farewells to beloved donkey Charlie C who has passed away at the age of 26.
Safeguarding of animal welfare post-Brexit
The Donkey Sanctuary has welcomed the news that the European Parliament has today approved a Resolution that prevents deregulation in animal welfare post-Brexit.
Buzz and friends get a fresh start
Nine donkeys have been brought into the care of The Donkey Sanctuary after a commercial operator from North East England failed to make adequate improvements to their welfare.