RSABI is a unique Scottish charity with roots going back to 1897. We provide financial assistance, support and advice in confidence to those people who have worked in Scotland in land-based occupations and who are suffering hardship.
Every year RSABI helps hundreds of people with backgrounds in farming, crofting, forestry, horticulture, fish-farming, gamekeeping and rural estate work who, due to illness, disability, poverty or crisis, find that they are unable to cope.
RSABI relies on the generosity of its supporters - individuals, businesses and trusts - in order to ensure that we can continue to provide effective relief to those in need. With your help, we'll help!
Many rural households will be inadequately heated in the months to come.
If you are no longer able to work and are worried about keeping your home warm this winter, please click here for more information.
RSABI is proud to support the Keep Me Posted campaign.
They believe that it is every consumer’s right to choose, without disadvantage, how they are contacted by banks, utility companies and other service providers.
The popular RSABI Great Glen Challenge returns on Friday 28th August.
Teams of 4 (+ a support driver) will mountain bike, kayak, run and walk in this one-day team building challenge.
For more info or to enter a team, click here.
RSABI wants to significantly increase the number of people we help.
If you know someone who you think needs help, please put us in contact or call in confidence.
0131 472 4166