Princess Anne has been to visit a joint venture by the British Horse Society and the RSPCA in West Lancashire today.
The project is using horses to help change the lives of young people who aren't in education, employment or training.
They've been working in the village of Parbold in West Lancashire to care for animals that had previously been neglected.
The young people got an extra treat when Her Royal Highness came along to see the work they had been doing.
You may be aware that Stable Lives based at Parbold Equestrian Centre has been nominated for, and made it to the final of the inspirational 'Soldiering On - Animal Partnership Award'. You can read more at https://www.soldieringon.org/animal-partnership-vote/
This is a prestigious award recognises the outstanding achievements of those who have served their country and the diverse people and groups who work together in support of the Armed Forces Community. The Soldiering on Awards celebrate the achievements of the people and teams within it.
This particular award celebrates the unique relationships and companionship provided by animals, and/or the achievements of individuals or organisations engaged with animals that support and/or empower members of the Armed Forces Community.
This is where we need your help. The winner is decided by public vote and we are asking that you may be able to promote the event through your staff and social media.
Public voting opens for the Finalists in the Animal Partnership Award at 7PM on the 5th March 2020!
The impact winning this award will have on our charity is significant, and will enable us to reach out to more veterans suffering with PTSD. Please ask your community to vote.
Below is a link to short video which helps explain what we do