Join the HAPPA Herd Today
Become a member and help HAPPA to help horses.
Become part of an Organisation passionate about improving and promoting equine welfare throughout the UK.
Join the HAPPA Herd and contribute towards the great work we do rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming horses, ponies and donkeys every year.
If you’re thinking of joining the HAPPA herd here are the benefits you can expect to receive:
Adult Membership £20 per year /Senior Citizen Membership £10 per year
• 10% Discount*
• Membership Card and Welcome Letter
• Twice yearly HAPPA Magazine Subscription
• Copy of the Annual Review
• News updates and invites to special events
• HAPPA special gift
*Subject to t’s and c’s
Membership Policy Statement
Thank you very much in showing interest in joining the HAPPA Herd.
We are delighted to welcome new members, as members play a vital role in contributing towards the Organisation’s core objective: ‘Equine Welfare’. As a charity, HAPPA exists to further its aims of improving and promoting equine welfare. This policy aims to ensure that any Membership will benefit the Charity. As such the current operational objectives and the main purpose of the Charity must be supported by HAPPA Members. We are passionate about ensuring every equine in our care has a quality of life, as such we are not a sanctuary, our ultimate aim is to find loving private homes for all horses, ponies and donkeys previously rescued and now rehabilitated at Shores Hey Farm. Membership is not an automatic entitlement and any decision regarding the acceptance of Membership Application ultimately lies with the HAPPA Board of Trustees. Decisions are made under the basis of what is in the best interest of the charity. The Trustees may, for example, refuse an application or terminate an existing membership where a person’s real reason for joining the HAPPA herd is to promote a purpose other than equine welfare. We aim to treat all members and applicants fairly. The HAPPA membership policy is to be as open to as many new members as possible, provided they are over 18 and genuinely motivated by equine welfare.