Scottish National Fat Stock Club Donates Nearly £2,000 to Support Farmers


Charitable Gesture at LiveScot Event

IN A heartwarming act of charity, the Scottish National Fat Stock Club has contributed a substantial sum of £1,990 to the Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RSABI), thanks to its annual LiveScot event. The gathering, which took place in November 2023 at the Lanark Agricultural Centre, saw the agricultural community come together in support of a noble cause.

Donation Handover Marks Continued Support

Pauline Macmillan, the head of fundraising for RSABI, and Brian Harper, the chair of the Scottish National Fat Stock Club, recently met for the official handover of the donation cheque. Harper expressed his gratitude to all who supported the event and donated generously, stating, “We’re proud to support a charity that is making such a valuable contribution to the farming community.”

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RSABI Acknowledges Generous Support

RSABI’s Pauline Macmillan reciprocated the appreciation, highlighting the importance of such fundraising efforts and the club’s role as a member of the RSABI Business Supporters’ Scheme. The scheme plays a crucial role in securing regular income for the charity, which is dedicated to aiding farmers and their families across Scotland.

A Tradition of Assistance and Advocacy

The RSABI, established in 1897, has been a cornerstone of support for the Scottish agriculture industry, providing both financial and practical assistance. Likewise, the Scottish National Fat Stock Club, with its mission to promote Scottish Primestock production, has been a stalwart advocate for agriculture, organizing various annual events to bolster the industry.

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