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Unleashing Hope: Animal-Assisted Therapy at London Zoo




Welcome to Day 1 of our Warriors of Hope animal-assisted therapy course, hosted amidst the vibrant and enriching atmosphere of London Zoo.

Our esteemed team delves into the heart of this transformative programme with a preliminary introduction to the diverse therapies employed, both within the bustling confines of London and the serene expanses of Whipsnade Zoo, where our journey will continue next week. From gentle interactions with furry companions to immersive experiences in nature, each therapy is carefully curated to nurture the mind, body, and soul.

 

None of this would be possible without the unwavering support of our generous sponsors and donors. This year, we are deeply grateful to have received a grant from The Veterans' Foundation, a testament to their commitment to our shared mission of healing and empowerment.

 

At the helm of this noble endeavour is the dedicated team at  SAVSIM CIC, led by Meg Hayes, Emma Cully, James Evans and myself. Together, they work to provide both care and compassion, guiding participants on a journey of self-discovery and healing.

 

A heartfelt thank you is extended to the remarkable team at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), whose unwavering support and partnership have been instrumental in bringing this vision to life. Their commitment to conservation and animal welfare echoes our own, creating a harmonious synergy that uplifts both humans and animals alike.

As we embark on this transformative journey, we carry with us the hopes and dreams of the veterans we support and the animals we protect. Together, we forge a path towards healing, resilience, and renewed hope. Join us as we unleash the power of compassion at the intersection of humanity and nature, here at London Zoo.


To find out more about our mission and how you can help, please visit us on our website www.savsim.org or follow us on Instagram @savsim_official.


On behalf of the animals, we protect and the veterans we support.


Thanks


Joe

 

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