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Farming Help brings together three national charities which work to benefit the farming community.
Farm Community Network provides pastoral and practical support to farming people during periods of anxiety, stress and problems relating to both the farm household and the farm business.
The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI) is a grant-making charity that supports members of the farming community facing need, hardship or distress.
Gloucestershire Farming Friends was set up in 1991 by a small group of farming men and women, to give practical and emotional support to those working in agriculture or living within the rural community. The service is free and confidential and has the backing of the National Farmers Union, the Samaritans and Cotswold District Council.
The Prince’s Countryside Fund is a unique collaboration of brands and businesses working together to secure a sustainable future for British agriculture and the wider rural economy.
The Gamekeepers Welfare Trust’s aims are the relief of gamekeepers and persons of like occupation and their spouses in old age or where economic circumstances give rise to such need, and to advance funds for educational purposes for the benefit of young persons who make or wish to make their living by the pursuit of Gamekeeping as a profession.
RSABI is a unique Scottish charity with roots going back to 1897. They provide financial assistance, support and advice in confidence to those people who have worked in Scotland in land-based occupations and who are suffering hardship. Tel: 0131 472 4166