Get involved in Welly Week, R.A.B.I’s biggest and muddiest campaign.
Welly Week will take place from Saturday October 28 to Sunday November 5 and the aim of the campaign is to raise awareness of us and what we do – as well as funds to support our work in rural communities.
Why not wear your wellies to work or college? And get your friends to do the same. Then send us your photos and donate £1 by text.
Donating by text is easy. All you need to do is text RABI18 followed by the £ sign and the amount you wish to donate to 70070. For example, texting RABI18£1 will donate £1. You can also donate over the phone, so give our fundraising team a call on 01865 724931. All donations, no matter how small, enable us to continue supporting farmers in financial difficulty.
Fancy holding a welly-related fundraiser?
Why not team up with friends, colleagues or workmates to do something a bit different? Again, we want you to spread the word about R.A.B.I whilst having fun – the world is your oyster, just make sure you’re wearing your wellies.
It might be a tractor pull, welly-wanging competition, sponsored welly walk, welly week pub crawl or a spooky Halloween night with witches in wellies. Let us know what you’re doing using the #wellyweek2017 hashtag.
You can also let us know what you’re planning by contacting us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 724931. We’re happy to help if we can.
We’ve got six fantastic prizes to give away from Sunday October 29 to Friday November 3. Find out more.
Thanks for your support. It really makes a difference to what we do.
So, together, let’s really give it some welly this autumn!
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