Today (21st June), an item was posted on crawleyobserver.co.uk titled ‘Charity opens working animal clinic’.
‘… Working animals in a Palestinian town will be able to receive free treatment thanks to the opening of a clinic by a woman from West Sussex.
Lucy Fensom is to open the centre in the town of Nablus after a donation from an annoymous donor in Israel.
Lucy is no stranger to working with animals. In 2000, she founded Safe Haven For Donkeys In The Holy Land and with her team has saved more than 1,000 donkeys and horses. The charity has also taught adults and children about caring for working animals.
Lucy’s next project is The Nablus Haven Of Hope, which will open next to a market in the West Bank town on June 28 …’
The donor has promised to cover the clinic’s running costs for as long as they are financially able, but the Haywards Heath-based charity still needs to raise funds to run its donkey sanctuary near the Israeli town of Netanya and other clinics across Israel and Palestine.
To make a donation, visit www.safehaven4donkeys.org …’
Read the item in full at www.crawleyobserver.co.uk/news/regional/charity-opens-working-animal-clinic-1-3981643