The Brooke’s small grants initiative
The Brooke works across the developing world to relieve the pain and suffering of hundreds of thousands of sick and injured working horses, donkeys and mules.
We do this because we want to help animals in the short-term and pass on knowledge to people who depend on these animals for their livelihoods so they can better care for them and prevent injuries. That way they will be more self-reliant in future.
We can help you to help others
In 2010/11 we reached 1.1 million working animals but we want to assist others outside our reach.
Organisations wanting to implement creative and effective ways of improving the welfare of working horses, donkeys and mules can apply for a small grant through the Brooke's Small Grants Initiative fund.
Any plans proposed must be approved by a selection committee and meet the Brooke’s criteria, which cover the following areas:
- Aims and objectives
- Ethical standards
- Welfare standards
Non-government organisations or academic institutions from developing countries, other than those where we currently work, can apply. For more information, read the full application guidelines.