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Dear Groups- Secondary, Primary, Pre-Schools, Senior Citizens etc.
We are writing to you to invite you to visit The Donkey Sanctuary based in Liscarroll, Mallow, Co. Cork. We are a charity that rescue and rehabilitate donkeys and mules from all over Ireland: we currently have 1,700 donkeys in our care.
We have a vacancy for a Direct Debit Assistant to work within the Fundraising team in Knockardbane, Liscarroll.
This new role will require you to provide advice and information to our supporters in-country and to process the direct debit income for the Charity.
Excellent administration, communication and IT skills are essential, as is the ability to demonstrate a high level of accuracy and attention to detail and to work successfully with a number of conflicting demands.
When faced with insurmountable odds, I know that my response and my fellow Welfare Advisers is to go that extra mile for donkeys in need. And so when asked to respond to two abandoned donkey in a forest reported to be over 100 acres the thought process was not so much how on earth do I find them but let’s do our utmost to locate them and bring them the care that they need.
Jay and Matthew are two beautiful 4 year old gelded donkeys. Jay was abandoned in Dublin in October 2013 and Matthew was abandoned in Mayo in November 2012.
The two skewbald beauties first met in The Sanctuary when they were put in to 'The Straw Barn' which houses a portion of the young male donkeys that we rescue. From the first day that they met it was apparent that they would be great buddies.
It is bizarre that the two boys are so similar in color, they could be mistaken for brothers! They have very sweet and gentle personalities.
Donkey Welfare Adviser Katie Reed will attend the Clonulty Vintage Show on Sunday August 23rd.
Katie will be promoting the rehoming scheme and giving out information about the work that we do. Katie will be joined on the day by two donkeys who have been rehomed to the area. You have the opportunity to see how well these donkeys have settled to their news surroundings and hear first hand the benefits they have made to the lives of their guardians.
This will hopefully encourage more people to visit The Sanctuary and fall in love!
The Donkey Sanctuary staff will attend the weekly trading day in Macroom to supply the public with information on the work that is carried out in Liscarroll and throughout the country.
We love to meet our supporters and thank them for their continued support and hopefully we will gain some new supporters on the day.
Please feel free to come up and have a chat!
Come and join us for our Christmas event!
There may be some carol singing around our beautiful crib on the day and the winner of our Christmas Raffle will be drawn by local priest Father Robin Morrissey.
Visitor centre will be stocked with Christmas gifts and light refreshments, tea, coffees available on the day.
Come and watch our rehabilitated donkeys and mules take part in the parade in the Main Ring between 3-4pm on Sunday.
Meet our welfare advisers who will be happy to tell you about the work that we carry out throughout Ireland. If you are interested in the rehoming scheme then be sure to catch up with one of the team on the day and they will tell you all about what is required and the benefits of caring for donkeys.
We look forward to meeting you there!
We are looking to recruit a fixed term, full time, Farm Worker/Groom to be based at Hannigans Farm at The Donkey Sanctuary (Ireland) Limited.
You will provide daily routine care for our donkeys, assist the veterinary team and support the Farms Manager in maintaining a clean, safe and secure environment.