consultancy – the first half day’s consultancy is free.
Farmers needing to boost their incomes can access vocational training grants to build on existing skills or learn new ones that will help them supplement farm income.
Many farmers struggle when they become sick or suffer an accident, but R.A.B.I may be able to pay for relief workers in times of need. The charity can also pay for disability equipment such as powered wheelchairs and all-terrain scooters.
At Christmas time, a hamper or bouquet of flowers from R.A.B.I can brighten someone’s day, especially for those living on their own. Food vouchers for families and one-off payments to help clear domestic bills can also ease financial burdens.
No one knows what’s around the corner. With that in mind, R.A.B.I welcomes all donations, whether one-off gifts or regular monthly amounts, to support a vital industry lifeline.
Anyone needing more information can call the charity’s Freephone helpline 0300 303 7373. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For news about the charity, or to find out how you can make a donation, visit www.rabi.org.uk.