Gordon Millard

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Macmillan Cancer Support
At Macmillan, we know cancer can affect everything. Your body, your relationships, your money, everything. But Macmillan is here to help people live life, no matter what. We give you the support you need to hold on to who you are and what’s important. But right now, we can’t reach everyone who needs us. Almost half of us will get cancer, and we need your help to make sure that people get the support they need to face one of the toughest fights of their lives. Life with cancer is still life -let’s help people live it. We are a charity registered in England and Wales (261017), Scotland (SCO39907) and the Isle of Man (604).
The Injured Jockeys Fund
Donations in memory of JOHN OAKSEY FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT OF THE INJURED JOCKEYS FUND Founding Trustee 1964, Chairman 1982 to 2002, President 2002 to 2012
Dementia UK
Dementia UK in a national charity committed to improving quality of life for all people affect by dementia. The charity has two core areas: Admiral Nurses - specialist dementia nurses to support carers and families of people with dementia Admiral Nursing DIRECT - a national phone and email helpline
Racehorse Rehoming Centre
Racehorse Rehoming is set in the village of Combe St Nicholas, Nr Chard on the edge of the Blackdown hills in Somerset. We are a dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing of former ex-racing thoroughbreds, who for whatever reason have fallen on hard times after a career in racing. Over 3000 horses leave the racing industry every year, where do they all go? Some are lucky enough to find good homes, others are sent to markets and are sold for Pounds to the meat man, when once they were worth thousands. But most are sent to slaughter, for no other reason than they have not made the grade or have passed their best in performance on the track.We cannot save them all, but we are here to do our bit for these underestimated creatures, who do not deserve the label of being difficult/flighty to retrain. They take very well to a slower more relaxed pace of life and make wonderful pleasure horses and are more than capable of competing to a high level in other equine disciplines, such as eventing, showing, show jumping and dressage. We are totally self-funded, relying on donations and fundraising events, we receive no funding from any other welfare organisations. All horses remain in the ownership of the charity for life, where possible they are put out on permanent loan to caring experienced owners. If not suitable for re-homing, they remain here at the charity for the rest of their days. We are honored to have as permanent residents a Royal Ascot winner and a winner of the Welsh National now entering their latter years. Alongside others who due to injuries sustained in racing are unable to be re-homed as riding horses. Thank you for taking the time to read about our charity, if you would like to know more about our work you can find us on. Twitter @RRHCentre Facebook: RRCentre www.racehorserehoming.co.uk email: racehorserehoming@btinternet.com DONATE £5 TO DAY AND HELP US CONTINUE TO HELP THEM. THANK YOU Kind Regards The RRC Team

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