SAYFC’s Big Build-

Let’s Come Together to Build a Home for Young Farmers

The Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs (SAYFC) is thrilled to announce the launch of an ambitious fundraising campaign aimed at raising £1 million for a new state-of-the-art building at the Royal Highland Centre. This new facility will replace the existing structure which is in a poor state of repair.

The new facility will be a cornerstone for SAYFC activities during the Royal Highland Show and serve various purposes for the youth membership organisation throughout the year. When not in use by SAYFC, the building will be marketed as an events space, generating additional revenue for the SAYFC.

We are looking for your support to help us achieve this goal and ‘Build a Home’ for Young Farmers for generations to come.


How to Donate

Supporters can contribute to the SAYFC fundraising campaign at the link below or by contacting Chief Executive Penny Montgomerie directly. SAYFC clubs across the country will be participating in various fundraising events, and corporate giving options are available for businesses wishing to support this significant community initiative.  Individuals will also be able to tap and donate at this year’s Royal Highland Show.




“This is an ambitious project however it needs to be undertaken and we are excited by what the new building will provide our members. By working in partnership with RHASS, we can ensure the building will be used throughout the year bringing in much-needed income for SAYFC. We are calling on the rural community, our existing supporters and SAYFC member clubs to get behind this fundraising campaign to bring this project to fruition.”

Ally Brunton- SAYFC National Chair