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Please Make a Donation

Your Contribution Matters

We rely on the generosity and kindness of the general public, grant funders and businesses alike. Without this support Wight Horse CIC would not be able to offer its services and facilities to Island residents.

If you have in some way, been inspired by the work we do please consider giving either a one off or regular donation. We would love to support every organisation and individual that approaches us but unfortunately we have limited resources and are not always able to do this, Please help us reach that goal.

 

The quickest and simplest way to support us is to use our secure on-line donations link. You will be able to choose to leave a one-off donation or make a regular donation in complete confidence. You can also ensure Wight Horse CIC receives an extra bonus from the tax man by completing the *Gift Aid declaration. Just click the donate button and follow the instructions.

Your donation will help us to continue to improve our offering and provide more opportunities for children and young adults on the Island.

Donations

Fundraising for Wight Horse CIC 

Are you planning on a fundraising event for Wight Horse CIC? If you are, we have the tools to help you along the way, and our partners are always on hand to hep you, who have a number of years experience if you require help planning with the event. We also have lots of tools, tips and advice on how to raise money to help raise much needed funds.

Your donations explained 

Wight Horse CIC is a completely independent, Isle of Wight based, CIC (Community interest company) and whilst we work with a number of organisations, we remain independent.

We fundraise ourselves and spend the money we raise according to the needs of our community.
We wanted to let you know how your donations to us are spent and assure you that we are using your money in the best possible way.

How we use your donations
We spend 100% of our income providing activities and sourcing equipment to enable young people on the Island to ride and engage with horses. 

How we raise money
We have no paid fundraisers, or staff so it’s the volunteers and officers who work hard to make sure we have enough money to run our programmes. We rely on funding from various sources, trusts and foundations, local businesses and the local community.

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