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Friday 29 April 2022 | Written by Sian Solomon | Published in Local, National
Funds raised will be used for buying general and medical supplies and building a livestock shelter. PHOTO: BRYNN ACHESON/22041925
The fundraiser was set up by local horse lover Brynn Acheson-Nooroa who is aiming to raise six thousand dollars before the end of May.
Speaking to Cook Islands News,
Acheson-Nooroa said: “It’s been awesome. I’m really delighted by the response
we’ve had…there are lots of animal lovers out there.
“I’ve also had a local person
approach me about helping to build the shelter (for the horses), so hopefully
that will happen in the next week.
“There is also a tourist
coming over who is a builder and has offered to donate one day of his time to
help out as well,” she said.
According to Acheson-Nooroa who rescued the horses, all funds raised will be used for buying general and medical supplies and building a livestock shelter.
But the main goal is to give
the horses more comfort while taking care of their health and providing them
with care throughout their retirement.
“I want to say thank you to
each and every person who has donated through the Givealittle page,” she said.
“There is an option online to
thank everyone, which I will be doing individually.”
For those who would still like
to donate, they can visit the Givealittle page at:
will run until May.
Alternatively, donations can
also be made directly by contacting Brynn, or by purchasing a locally printed
Mahara’ t-shirt which is designed by Acheson-Nooroa’s husband Ina.