How to Donate
‘In 2024 we are celebrating 25 years of Rev Canon Alan’s service to the agricultural community, securing the next 25 years of a chaplaincy service’
Rev Canon Alan Robson has been Lincolnshire’s Agricultural Chaplain for the past 25 years during which time he has had an incredible impact on the farming community both in the wider community and to individual farming families. We need to start thinking about what happens when Alan retires.
How can you help us to secure agricultural chaplaincy for the future? Read our new appeal brochure.
Making a personal or corporate donation will start making a difference immediately. Send a cheque to LRAC c/o Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, Lincolnshire Showground, Grange de Lings, Lincoln, LN2 2NA
To make a personal donation, please print out the donation form fill it in and send it with your cheque to the address above. Please also complete the Gift Aid Declaration so that we can claim back an extra 25p for every pound you donate.
For corporate donations send a cheque to the address above.
There is an on-line option for donations below
A legacy on death will help sustain the chaplains ability to serve the farming community for generations
HOW TO DONATE MONEY FROM EVENTS
If you would like to organise an event to fundraise for LRAC or donate money from a funeral or harvest festival then please send your cheque to LRAC c/o Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, Lincolnshire Showground, Grange de Lings, Lincoln, LN2 2NA
If you are organising a specific event to fundraise for LRAC please email our Communications Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org with the details so we can promote the event for you on social media.
If you would like to find out more information about leaving a legacy or fund raising for LRAC please email Campaign Manager Michael Pickles at email@example.com or call 07368 475454
Thank you every donation helps saves lives and livelihoods.
Pleased to support this essential appeal
I’m really pleased to be able to support this appeal. Farming and all the associated activities that come from it are such an essential part of Lincolnshire life, and yet I know from my interaction with that community how real the challenges are for many who work in this area at this moment in time.
My hope is that the Lincolnshire Rural Chaplaincy Fund will enable both spiritual and practical help to be provided across the County from the Chaplains it seeks to support.
Please give as generously as you can.
Rev Dr David Court Bishop of Grimsby