The Trustees of YANA are delighted that Emma Haley has joined YANA as Charity Manager.
In recent weeks, the number of qualified mental health first aiders in our YANA Army has risen to an impressive total of 140.
Six men have completed almost a thousand miles of cycling to raise money for YANA and four other charities.
A fresh air-loving gang of YANA supporters is purposefully putting one step in front of another for miles and miles this May to raise funds for our work for better rural mental health.
Every rural workplace needs a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) kit. Apply now for a place on the next series of YANA MHFA Courses.
YANA is looking to hire a Charity Manager to lead the next phase of our work. Read more to find out about this exciting job opportunity.
Our new season campaign ‘Stick Up for Better Rural Mental Health’ has people sticking up a YANA logo on windscreens, cab doors, tractors trailer sides and more.
YANA supporters never cease to amaze us. Worcestershire NFU County Advisor Emma Hamer delighted us with what she did with an old farm drill. Read her story.
The YANA messages are taking to the road, literally, in the livery of a new lorry working for Harrowden Turf.
To help those who might like to leave a Gift to YANA in a Will, we have put together some straightforward advice of how to go about it.