Crafting More Than Sheds - Building a Stronger Rural Mindset in Partnership with the Rural Support Trust

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In the heart of New Zealand’s thriving rural community lies a support network called Rural Support Trust, which fosters resilience and growth. As a shed-building business deeply involved in our country’s rural industry, we understand the importance of supporting our community beyond just constructing structures for them. That's why we proudly support Rural Support Trust.

The organisation provides crucial support for farmers, families, and businesses through various initiatives and resources.

One key element in our standing behind Rural Support Trust is the emphasis on mental health. Living in rural areas can sometimes lead to isolation, and the stresses of farming life can take a toll on individuals and families. The organisation offers a range of mental health resources and services, ensuring that no one in the community feels alone in their struggles.

By backing Rural Support Trust, we contribute to the support system that extends far beyond our sheds, encompassing the overall well-being of the community we serve.

By supporting this initiative, our business actively participates in protecting and safeguarding New Zealand’s rural industry and its people.

Our commitment to supporting Rural Support Trust is based on our belief that a thriving community is built on more than just physical structures like the sheds we build for them. We recognise the importance of supporting the mental health and resilience of the rural population we serve.

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Crafting More Than Sheds - Building a Stronger Rural Mindset in Partnership with the Rural Support Trust  15 February 2024

In the heart of New Zealand’s thriving rural community lies a support network called Rural Support Trust, which fosters resilience and growth. As a shed-building business deeply involved in our country’s rural industry, we understand the importance of supporting our community beyond just constructing structures for them. That's why we proudly support Rural Support Trust.

The organisation provides crucial support for farmers, families, and businesses through various initiatives and resources.

One key element in our standing behind Rural Support Trust is the emphasis on mental health. Living in rural areas can sometimes lead to isolation, and the stresses of farming life can take a toll on individuals and families. The organisation offers a range of mental health resources and services, ensuring that no one in the community feels alone in their struggles.

By backing Rural Support Trust, we contribute to the support system that extends far beyond our sheds, encompassing the overall well-being of the community we serve.

By supporting this initiative, our business actively participates in protecting and safeguarding New Zealand’s rural industry and its people.

Our commitment to supporting Rural Support Trust is based on our belief that a thriving community is built on more than just physical structures like the sheds we build for them. We recognise the importance of supporting the mental health and resilience of the rural population we serve.

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Hamish
Hamish on 16 Feb 2024
Good work Nezzy
$50
Lucas
Lucas on 15 Feb 2024
$50
Daniel
Daniel on 14 Feb 2024
Good work m8 👌
$50
Tonya
Tonya on 14 Feb 2024
Awesome work, The Shed Specialists Co. team!
$50
Kiwi Farmer
Kiwi Farmer on 13 Feb 2024
Thanks Shed Specialists for supporting Rural families
$200

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