Our charity partners

Charity partnership

We are proud to be teaming up with two major agricultural charities, the Farming Community Network (FCN) and RSABI, to help support its farming customers through the unprecedented challenges and changes the agricultural sector is experiencing.

The aim is to help open up direct lines of communication between farmers who are heading towards or experiencing difficulties and the charities, to help them manage their way through the tough times and move forward.

The move dovetails perfectly with our recently launched and highly visible #ForOurGrowers campaign, celebrating the hard work of all involved in British farming and highlighting the integral role the company plays in helping them to put food on the nations’ tables.

#ForOurGrowers campaign was launched at the end of 2021 to help promote the importance of the UK’s farmers and to highlight the company’s support for the sector. For more information please go to www.agrovista.co.uk/forourgrowers

FCN

FCN is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community through difficult times.

Founded in 1995, the charity has evolved from just responding to farmers in crisis to providing a more proactive service, encouraging farmers to seek help before their situations worsen and helping them manage change and plan ahead.

They can be contacted on their confidentially on 03000 111 999 (7am-11pm every day of the year) and help@fcn.org.uk. For more information please go to www.fcn.org.uk

RSABI

The service RSABI delivers ranges from financial and emotional support to practical help and is always given with respect, understanding and confidentiality.

RSABI, which celebrates its 125th anniversary this year, supports people who are currently, or have previously been, involved in farming, crofting and occupations involved in agriculture in Scotland.

RSABI’s can be contacted through their helpline 0300 111 4166, open from 7am to 11pm 365 days of the year. For more information please go to www.rsabi.org.uk