For the second time in a month, we are releasing money from our Crisis Fund to provide emergency grants to farming families via our Helpline – 0808 281 9490
The decision to offer emergency payments to those affected by the latest flooding comes on the back of a sustained period of wet weather which has put a strain on many rural communities, particularly in the North of England and Midlands. As of today, Monday November 11, there are currently five severe flood warnings across the UK – all associated with the River Don – as well as 39 flood warnings and 99 flood alerts.
Alicia Chivers, CEO, said: “We are working closely with other farming organisations to make help available quickly to people who need it. By simplifying our criteria and application process, we will fast-track assistance to farmers affected by the latest floods.
“Having provided over £25,000 in emergency grants due to the flooding in Yorkshire, we know how devastating the impact of extreme weather can be for farmers.”
Since mid-October, we have also given emergency grants from our Crisis Fund to 15 families affected by Tomlinson’s Dairies going into administration, with applications still coming in.
To apply for assistance, call R.A.B.I’s confidential Freephone Helpline 0808 281 9490
You can also find guidance and advice on the NFU website.
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