R.A.B.I – the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution

R.A.B.I – the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution – provides welfare advice, practical care and financial support to people of all ages. Help is given to farmers, farmworkers and dependants.

The organisation is governed by a council of 12 voluntary trustees who have overall responsibility for decision-making.

Extreme weather, physical and mental illness, accidents, animal disease, family issues, personal debt, housing issues and cash flow concerns are just some of the reasons why working people seek the charity’s help.

Support for the sick, elderly and disabled includes regular living allowances, funding for disability equipment, paying home-help costs or contributing to care home top-up fees. The charity owns and runs two residential care homes, in Somerset and Suffolk.

R.A.B.I has more than 50 county committees, comprising hundreds of dedicated volunteers, who work at a grass roots level to raise both funds and awareness. Funding also comes from legacies and investments.

Call the Freephone Helpline on 0808 281 9490

Extreme weather, physical and mental illness, accidents, animal disease, family issues, personal debt, housing issues and cash flow concerns are just some of the reasons why working people seek the charity’s help.
The organisation is governed by a council of 12 voluntary trustees who have overall responsibility for decision-making.

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