Farm Rescue Foundation
The Farm Rescue Foundation will always measure its success by the families it has assisted and the rural communities that are strengthened because independent farm families are able to flourish on the land.
By supporting the historic American farm practice of “barn-raising,” in which people selflessly and wholeheartedly lend a helping hand in times of unexpected crisis, the Farm Rescue Foundation provides assistance to farm families during their time of need.
"Helping Farm Families RECOVER From Crisis" - The Farm Rescue Foundation helps farm families by providing specialized, non-medical equipment to assist farm families who are overcoming physical challenges due to a major injury or illness. We also assists with volunteer manpower for recovery following natural disasters. Our board of directors reviews all requests for assistance and approves cases based on each unique situation and available funding / volunteer manpower.
As a nonprofit organization whose operations rely solely on donations and volunteers, the Farm Rescue Foundation can only continue to provide hope and help to family farmers in crisis as long as it continues to receive support from donors, who donate money, securities, and property to the Farm Rescue Foundation.
If you believe in the fundamental American ideal of honest hard work that is farming and ranching, and the goal of helping families continue to raise their children on the land with wholesome values we all cherish, please consider the many giving options which support the Farm Rescue Foundation.
These options are explained in more detail under the “Giving Options” tab listed in the sidebar on the right. All of the giving options listed include some form of tax deduction or income credit which will benefit you in addition to helping farm families in crisis. Even in death, you can leave a legacy behind which will help many future generations of family farmers.
Your gift to the Farm Rescue Foundation may make all the difference to an American farm family facing a crisis right now.