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Charity Number: 1117794
Scottish Charity Number: SC041898
Company Number: 6047294

Single focus charity for the Naval Service. Provides major grants to serving units and to naval charities. Key outputs are (Serving – Dependants, Amenities, Sport and Prizes; Through-life care–Benevolence).

Contact Information

http://www.rnrmc.org.uk
theteam@rnrmc.org.uk
Building 29
HMS Excellent
Whale Island,Portsmouth
PO2 8ER

Support Offered

Grants made to charities with naval beneficiaries and to serving ships, units and establishments

contact Mrs Anne Carr

Charity Number: 210760
Scottish Charity Number: SC038056

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has been providing lifelong support to our Forces and their families since 1885.

Last year our teams of volunteers and employees helped more than 85,000 people in need, from Second World War veterans to young men and women who have served in more recent conflicts, and their families.

SSAFA understands that behind every uniform is a person.

We are here for that person – any time they need us, in any way they need us, for as long as they need us.

Contact Information

http://www.ssafa.org.uk
marketing@ssafa.org.uk
4 St Dunstan's Hill
London
EC3R 8AD
020 7403 8783

Support Offered

6,500 trained caseworkers, operating through a local branch network, specialising in sourcing funds from assistance providers
1,000 volunteers supporting serving personnel and their families on military bases around the world
‘Forcesline’ – confidential helpline accessible from anywhere in the world: www.forcesline.co.uk
2 x SSAFA Norton Homes for families of wounded undergoing treatment at Selly Oak Hospital and Headley Court
3 x support groups for bereaved families, bereaved siblings and families of wounded personnel
Housing advisory service and housing options including a residential care home and temporary ‘Stepping Stone’ ‘housing for estranged families
Healthcare, Social work, victim support and adoption services for serving personnel and their families

Charity Number: 207939

Formerly known as the ‘Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation’

Provides housing and rehabilitative support to vulnerable and disabled ex-Service personnel, including those who have been homeless.

Contact Information

http://www.stoll.org.uk/
info@stoll.org.uk
Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation
446 Fulham Road
London
SW6 1DT
020 7385 2110

Support Offered

Quality homes and support within a secure community for vulnerable and disabled ex-Service personnel. Wide range of types of housing and facilities.

Support and health and well being services across London. Education, training, employment opportunities.
Enabling personal development towards independent living

Charity Number: 219279

Caring and campaigning for the serving and ex-Service community.

Contact Information

http://www.britishlegion.org.uk
info@britishlegion.org.uk
199 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1AA
02032072100

Support Offered

Grants and funding for temporary crisis.
Loans. Assistance finding financial help/ grants.

Short/ long term residential care.
Holiday/ respote homes.

Emotional support and care.
War grave tours.

Scottish Charity Number: SC033880

Veterans Scotland’s is concerned with enhancing the welfare and well-being of the Veterans community in Scotland by encouraging cooperation and coordination between the ex-Service charities in Scotland; engaging where appropriate with the UK and Scottish governments on matters relating to veterans affairs and acting as a point of contact for government and other agencies for all matters relating to veterans policy.

Contact Information

http://www.veteransscotland.co.uk
info@veteransscotland.org.uk
New Haig House
Logie Green Road
Edinburgh
EH7 4HR
0131 550 1569

Support Offered

Aid via other charities http://www.veterans-assist.org/

Charity Number: 1002656

Pressure group to improve the conditions of War Widows and their dependants, petitioning for improvements in pensions, benefits and other issues.

Contact Information

http://www.warwidows.org.uk/
info@warwidows.org.uk
199 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1AA
0845 2412 189

Support Offered

Newsletter. Comradeship.
Branches for social events.

Charity Number: 206184

Maintaining contact between former members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS), Women’s Royal Army Corps and women still serving in the Army, fostering mutual friendship between them and providing for social gatherings. Fostering esprit de corps, comradeship, welfare, and preserving the traditions of the QMAAC, ATS, and WRAC.

To promote the interests and welfare of persons who have served in the Corps in such ways as are charitable in law; and the relief of persons in need who are either: persons who have served in the Corps; or the children or dependents of any person (alive or dead) who has served in the Corps.

Contact Information

http://wracassociation.org.
info@wracassociation.org.uk
Unit 11
Basepoint Business Center
1 Winnall Valley Road,Winchester
SO23 0LD
0300 400 1992

Support Offered

A wide network of regional Branches, attendance at subsidised Reunions and AGM, opportunity to attend commemorative events, receipt of Lioness magazine twice per year.

The award of grants of money to purchase specific goods, services or facilities for eligible ex-servicewomen, or their dependants, in need. Provision of general maintenance grants to ex-servicewomen who are elderly, alone, with minimal income and in ill health. Applications via SSAFA or the RBL

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