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How your support helps


Who are we helping?

The mission at Freedom Hill Sanctuary is to provide a safe haven for animals that have been rescued from abuse, exploitation or neglect. They also aim to change the way people view farmed animals and promote, educate and encourage compassionate cruelty-free living.
Freedom Hill is a registered not for profit organisation that runs solely on generous donations, all donations are used in the long term care of all their animal residents and are tax deductible.

Freedom Hill Sanctuary has a social media following of over 28K on Instagram and over 29K on Facebook as well as a team of volunteers and long term supporters.
Whether it be an ex racehorse, ex racing greyhound or sheep abandoned at birth, every animal is given a chance at a new life within their sanctuary.
Freedom Hill Sanctuary go through 250 bales of hay each year, when it is not drought conditions, these cost $90 each.
The horses consume $500 per week in grains and chaff.

When rescuing ex race horses to avoid them going to the dogger, there are transport costs starting at $500.
The sheep and pig grains cost $20 per bag. The pigs alone go through 3 bags a week.

They rely solely on the generous donations of their supporters and sponsors like yourselves to be able to offer these animals the chance to live, annually the charges really hit home:

Hay bales $22,500 per year
Horse grains and chaff $26,000 per year
Pigs grains $3,120 per year
Your support would mean they can allow that one extra ex-race horse the retirement it deserves.

With more information coming to hand about the cruelty of the horse racing industry, we are seeing an increase in support for alternative ways to spend the race day and far less wanting to be associated with horse racing.

We find everyone loves the food, fashion, fun and photo opportunities a day at the races provides, and we offer all of that with no animals being exploited in the process.

We hope to work with you and hope you find this event aligns with your companies interests. We look forward to celebrating the ‘Race that makes the nation paws’ with you.

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