Belle has been adopted
By Web Master, Oct 16 2017 09:50AM
Four of us got together to adopt Belle. She had lived in lonely isolation with her son for years, but her owner became unable to look after them and they were passed into ASHA’s care. Belle is a beautiful bay mare of 25 years who arrived with her son Cabby (17), from whom she had never been separated since his birth.
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Dido as he was found on the road...
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Dido with Helen at Cantemerle
ASHA will be closing on 30th April 2018
The ASHA committee would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people who have supported the organization in almost 10 years of existence, in whatever way they have helped us, it is appreciated. Whilst we are all sad that ASHA cannot continue, mainly due to the lack of volunteers coming forward, we are also pleased to be able to say that around 30 horses have passed through our care and many more have been helped at a distance. A record we can all be proud of.
Further announcements will be made in the New Year regarding fundraising, sales of assets, and so on.
ASHA held an Extraordinary General meeting on the 20th October 2017.
The proposal to bring ASHA to a close on 30th April 2018 was voted on and agreed.
The proposals to appoint Kathy Kearsey as Liquidator & Alan Calder as Auditor were voted on and agreed.
In reply to questions the following points were made –
Fundraising events will continue to be held, Curry Night on 13th November and Leeds University Big Band Concert on 28th March 2018.
The website will continue until it’s present contract ends next February and announcements will be made about which other organizations to contact to report equines in distress in the future .
The helpline will continue until the end of April.
The ASHA Committee is in a good position to offer help and guidance to anyone wishing to start equine rescue charities and will be glad to offer advice.
After the end of April we will know what monies, if any, are left and these will be passed to other organisations working in this field. If anyone has suggestions for such organisations please contact Mrs Kearsey at ashafrance.org.
Members will not be asked for subscriptions to ASHA for the next year, and members are reminded to please close any PayPal arrangements made for automatic payments.
We now have six months during which time we hope to re-home Nemo, the remaining horse in our care and monies will not be disbursed until such time as he is happily and permanently settled. When ASHA has closed, the following organisations may be able to assist in the rescue of horses.
HORSE RESCUE ASSOCIATIONS IN FRANCE.
Here is a list of other horse rescue organisations who may be able to help.
Galop Pour la Vie: //www.galoppourlavie.org/
Le Refuge des Oublies: http://www.le-refuge-des-oublies.com/
Foundation Brigitte Bardot: http://www.fondationbrigittebardot.fr/
LFPC Ligue Francaise pour la Protection du Cheval: http://lfpcheval.fr/
Centre d’Hérbergement et de protection pour cheveaux. www.chem.fr
Au bonheur des chevaux: http://www.aubonheurdeschevaux.org/
Les Sabots de l’Espoir: http://sabotsdelespoir.e-monsite.com/
Œuvre de Pech Petit: http://pech.petit.free.fr/
Grand Refuge SPA (61): https://www.la-spa.fr/grandrefuge
Chevale Espoir: http://www.chevalespoir.com/
Equine Rescue France: http://www.equinerescuefrance.org/