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ARRIEROS. "Cuando subes a la Laguna Grande de Gredos por esas calzadas tan bien señalizadas no hay que olvidar que antes de tu paso, una yunta de mulos y un buen grupo de voluntarios se encargaron de acondicionarlo para que tu pudieras disfrutar de una bonita excursión." Cortesía: Román Pulido. Candeleda, Ávila (España).

ARRIEROS. "Cuando subes a la Laguna Grande de Gredos por esas calzadas tan bien señalizadas no hay que olvidar que antes de tu paso, una yunta de mulos y un buen grupo de voluntarios se encargaron de acondicionarlo para que tu pudieras disfrutar de una bonita excursión." Cortesía: Román Pulido. Candeleda, Ávila (España).

We want to say a massive thank you to our amazing Sussex Champion Supporter Group who in 2014 raised over £16,000 for the Brooke! The group fundraises by selling goods at stalls, in particular these gorgeous knitted donkeys. If you’re interested in joining or creating a Champion Group in the new year, then we want to hear from you!  Courtesy: The Brooke. London, United Kingdom.

We want to say a massive thank you to our amazing Sussex Champion Supporter Group who in 2014 raised over £16,000 for the Brooke! The group fundraises by selling goods at stalls, in particular these gorgeous knitted donkeys. If you’re interested in joining or creating a Champion Group in the new year, then we want to hear from you! Courtesy: The Brooke. London, United Kingdom.

We'll start a new sponsoring program. More than 40 volunteers take care of a large group of donkeys on a daily basis. They also help raise money, as 130 donkeys cost a lot. Now there is a new way to help support this worthwhile foundation. Support the Aruban Donkeys (SAD) is a newly founded club for locals. Each participant pays just 10 florins a month and helps support the good work of the Donkey Sanctuary this way. Courtesy: Donkey Sanctuary Aruba.

We'll start a new sponsoring program. More than 40 volunteers take care of a large group of donkeys on a daily basis. They also help raise money, as 130 donkeys cost a lot. Now there is a new way to help support this worthwhile foundation. Support the Aruban Donkeys (SAD) is a newly founded club for locals. Each participant pays just 10 florins a month and helps support the good work of the Donkey Sanctuary this way. Courtesy: Donkey Sanctuary Aruba.

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