Methodist Church of Great Britain, including Sheffield District and Nottinghamshire & Derby District.

The Agricultural Chaplaincy project is funded by the Connexional Fund of the Methodist Church. Their generous support means that the project can get on with the business of supporting farmers in Derbyshire for which we are immensely grateful.  

Read more about their support here.

Workplace Chaplaincy Derbyshire (WCS).

WCD is a Christian organisation which provides pastoral support to people in the county by building bridges of understanding between industry, faith, commerce and society. WCD provide excellent training and support to Derbyshire's Agricultural Chaplains. 

Read more about their support here.

The Royal Agricultural Benevolence Institution (RABI).

RABI offer financial support to farming people in hardship of all ages and do a fantastic job supporting farmers. The Derbyshire Agricultural Chaplaincy cannot commend RABI highly enough. The lead Agricultural Chaplain, Rev'd Alan Griggs is a member of the Derbyshire RABI Fundraising Committee.  

Read more about their work here.

Addington Fund

A charity whose main area of work is to provide homes for farming familiies living in England and Wales who have to leave the industry. The Addington Fund have provided vitally needed support to farmers in Derbyshire, helping the Agricultural Chaplaincy offer holistic support in times of need.  

Find out more about the Addington Fund.

Farming Community Network (FCN)

FCN is a voluntary organisation and charity that supports farmers and families within the farming community through difficult times. The Agricultural Chaplaincy works closely with FCN on the ground, cross referring and working together to support farming in Derbyshire.  

Read more about FCN.