We are delighted to have been able to help Hopefield Animal Sanctuary in Essex to rebuild fences, improve public areas and create new plant potters by donating a collection of wooden pallets from our nearby site.
Hopefield Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit organisation caring for around 200 sick, unwanted and mistreated animals. The sanctuary is based in Brentwood, Essex.
The recycling initiative was set up by site manager Darius Narusevicius, who heard about the sanctuary which was located close to the school project that he was managing. Darius commented “I knew that the charity relied solely on donations and wanted to help. We had a collection of wooden pallets on site – I spoke to the sanctuary manager and discovered that they were keen to have the wood to make much needed repairs and improvements for both the animal enclosures and the public areas. It was a great local charity to get involved with and I am pleased that Logan chose to support Hopefield.”
Hopefield cares for a variety of animals including horses, donkeys, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, geese, ducks, cats and more recently has become home to smaller animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas.
As a small charity Hopefield relies upon donations and support from volunteers to be able to continue this work.
Find out more about Hopefield here.