13 August 2021
We're delighted to announce that our 2020 #KeepTalking campaign has been shortlisted for a national charity award.
10 August 2021
Annie, Fabienne, Sally, Katie & Rachael are taking part in the National Three Peaks Challenge on 14 August 2021.
08 August 2021
Rachel Biggar's 100km for RSABI fundraiser has passed the £16,000 mark.
16 July 2021
This year we're holding a virtual Great Glen Challenge on Friday 27 August - open to all!
13 July 2021
John Fyall has started a Shearing for RSABI fundraiser, asking for donations for each sheep clipped with hopes others will join in.
09 July 2021
Will Hamilton is on the last stretch of his cycle from Lands End to John O'Groats raising funds for RSABI and Marie Curie UK.
02 July 2021
John Armour and Eilidh Walker have recently joined RSABI's new Trainee Trustee programme.
17 June 2021
Rachel Biggar is running 100km in a month to raise funds for RSABI, in memory of her late father Donald Biggar.
31 May 2021
We're recruiting a new full-time Case Officer to join RSABI's Welfare Team.
31 May 2021
A Marykirk farmer has left her estate to RSABI with the wish to help people in the farming community.
19 May 2021
We'll be running our #KeepTalking campaign again this year, encouraging farmers and crofters to stay connected, look out for each other and seek help if they're struggling.
09 April 2021
We're delighted to welcome Rebecca Dawes and Stephen Young to RSABI's charity Board.
06 April 2021
We're now accepting applications from people aged 18 to 30 who would like to take part in this unique volunteering and mentoring opportunity.
31 March 2021
All at RSABI would like to wish Mags Granger a very happy retirement.
11 March 2021
RSABI has recently received a very generous donation of £80,000 from the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust.
04 March 2021
Last year the Caithness Vintage Tractor and Machinery Club raised over £1,500 through a tractor run held in memory of club member Ernest McAdie.
24 February 2021
We're recruiting for two people to join our charity's Board.
18 February 2021
From 22 to 26 February the five charities involved in the Farming Help alliance will be raising awareness of support available to the agricultural community.
12 February 2021
Tune into a free webinar on 24 February to find out about this project between SAOS, SmartRural, Nature Scotland and RSABI.
08 February 2021
RSABI is among charities to benefit from recent donations from the Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers.
29 January 2021
RSABI is among various charities to benefit from the sale of a quad bike donated by Suzuki to the Blackface Sheep Breeders’ Association.
26 January 2021
Chris McVey has been appointed as our new Welfare Manager, replacing Mags Granger who will retire at the end of March.
15 December 2020
David Leggat MBE has been appointed as the new Chair of RSABI, following the recent retirement of Ewan Pate.
14 December 2020
Our Chief Executive Nina Clancy is one of the guests on the latest OnFarm podcast.
08 December 2020
A fully restored Massey Ferguson 135 auctioned to raise funds for RSABI has sold for £11,800.
23 November 2020
Visit our Christmas shop to order your charity Christmas cards and the brand new book "Farming is Still a Funny Business".
17 November 2020
Staff from SAC Consulting have raised over £7,000 for RSABI by walking, cycling and running nearly 10,000 miles in October.
03 November 2020
A full restored Massey Ferguson 135 will be auctioned from 16 to 23 November to raise funds for RSABI.
27 October 2020
Coull Farm Islay are donating profits from their 2021 Charity Calendar to RSABI.
23 October 2020
Our #KeepTalking campaign has won the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists' PR Award 2020.
20 October 2020
Glenalmond College has become the first ever school to sign up to our Supporter Scheme.
19 October 2020
Teams from Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland and the Rest of the World will be battling to win #Run1000 in January.
02 October 2020
This October staff from SAC Consulting will walk, run and cycle almost 2000 miles to raise money for RSABI.
17 September 2020
A new book of light-hearted farming stories, jokes and anecdotes is now available to pre-order.
17 July 2020
Harrison & Hetherington, livestock auctioneers and valuers since 1890, is thrilled to announce the publication of a fascinating book on livestock entrepreneur, John Swan, with all profits to be donate
07 July 2020
We're launching a new campaign to attract 500 new businesses and individuals to our Supporter Scheme.
09 June 2020
A West Lothian farming family have chosen to speak openly about their experience of losing a member of their family to suicide, as part of a drive to raise awareness of mental health and the importanc
21 May 2020
The NFU Mutual Charitable Trust has made donations totalling Â£739,000 across several national organisations, including RSABI.
20 May 2020
RSABI's new campaign is encouraging people in the agricultural community to make the time to talk to each other over the phone or online.
19 May 2020
People across the country are doing 25 press ups for 25 days to raise awareness and funds for RSABI.
01 May 2020
A national network of independent agricultural retailers, have raised a fantastic Â£3748.23 for RSABI.
27 April 2020
This virtual event is being held on 2 May 2020 in aid of RSABI, RABI, YANA, the DPJ Foundation and the Farming Community Network.
24 April 2020
RSABI has appointed Norette Ferns as its new Communications and Marketing Officer.
16 April 2020
Do you have a funny farming story? Andrew Arbuckle is appealing for humorous memories and entertaining tales for a new book being published to raise funds for RSABI.
06 April 2020
Scene & Herd PR have launched a lockdown haircut challenge to raise money for RSABI, RHET and the Trussell Trust.
01 April 2020
A much-valued member of the RSABI team, Richard Huxtable, passed away recently.
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