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RSABI joins Farming Help charities to support industry



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Don't suffer in silence

RSABI has joined forces with the three main farming charities in England and Wales under the 'Farming Help' banner.

 

The Scottish charity provides confidential financial assistance and support to people who work in, or have worked in, land-based employment in Scotland.

 

This includes agriculture, forestry, crofting and rural estate work.

 

Other charities in 'Farming Help' are the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI), the Addington Fund and the Farming Community Network (FCN).

 

Support

 

Each charity offers a range of support to people from the agricultural world, and all can be accessed through one telephone number.

 

Chief executive of FCN, Charles Smith said: "Farming can be an extremely volatile business with many factors linked to profitability beyond the direct control of the farmer.

 

"Our volunteers walk with clients for as long as it takes to resolve their issues, whatever they may be.

 

"The first step is to call the Farming Help number.

 

Confidentiality

 

"Rest assured you will be guided to find the support you are looking for, with compassion and absolute confidentiality.

 

"Farmers are proud, independent people who often find it hard to ask for help, but if you concerned about them please try and persuade them to call Farming Help, or contact us on their behalf."

 

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