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Charity Number: 1144004
Company Number: 07773783

To support services’ sport (mainly army), helping provide the best sporting opportunities thereby contributing to morale, fitness and welfare for all and the rehabilitation of those sick and injured.

Contact Information

http://teamarmy.org/
enquiries@teamarmy.org
White House
Beech Road
Merstham
RH1 3AE

Support Offered

Provision of financial grants to mainly army-level sports in conjunction with the army sport control board.

Charity Number: 1068749

The Annington Trust was established for the benefit of Service Families living on the married quarters estate with the objective of sponsoring community activities and projects. These vary in size from small grants of a few hundred pounds for pre-school activities, youth organisations and sports clubs, to major awards of several thousands of pounds.

Contact Information

http://www.anningtontrust.org/
TrustInformation@annington.co.uk
1 James Street
London
W1U 1DR
020 7960 7500

Support Offered

Applications to the Trust should be made via the Trust’s website and should be accompanied by a letter of support from the Base Commander.

Charity Number: 213364
Company Number: 00171814

To provide enduring, practical support to widows and dependants of those who served with the UK Armed Forces, to veterans of the UK Armed Forces, and to retired nurses (either military or civilian).
To act as an enduring memorial to those who died in the service of their country through the voluntary work carried out by our beneficiaries, who are formally known as Remembrance Workers.

Contact Information

http://www.leagueofremembrance.org.uk/
info@leagueofremembrance.com
142 Buckingham Palace Road
London
SW1W 9TR
020 7881 0987

Support Offered

Volunteer Placements
Welfare
Grants-In-Aid
Social Events

Charity Number: 272671

Funding the education of sons and daughters of Forces Personnel of all ranks killed or wounded while serving their country

Radley College has a long history of helping families affected by death and injury in warfare. In 1917 The Radley College War Memorial was created with donations from former pupils and their families to provide a Radley education for the sons of Old Radleians killed in The Great War.

Today, the Governors of Radley are keen to build on this heritage by recognising the outstanding dedication and sacrifice of our current Service men and women.

Contact Information

http://www.radley.org.uk/The-Radley-Foundation
colin.dudgeon@radley.org.uk
Radley College
Abingdon
OX14 2HR
01235 543000

Support Offered

As a result, the Radley Armed Forces Fund has been created with The Radley Foundation for the sole purpose of raising funds to help finance the education of sons and daughters of killed and injured Service men and women of all ranks throughout the Armed Forces. The boys will be educated at Radley College, near Oxford, and the girls at either Downe House, near Newbury, or St Mary’s Calne in Wiltshire – with whom Radley has close ties. All three schools are single sex boarding schools although Downe House and St Mary’s Calne can accept day pupils.

Charity Number: 226446
Scottish Charity Number: SC038199

Seafarers UK is a charity that provides grants to other front line charities working right across the maritime sector. We support charities that help seafarers or ex-seafarers from the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Merchant Navy or fishing fleets. We also give grants to maritime youth groups and charities that help seafarers’ families, including widows and children.

Contact Information

https://www.theseafarerscharity.org/
contact@theseafarerscharity.org
8 Hatherley Street
London
SW1P 2QT
0207 932 5972

Support Offered

Seafarers UK supports mainly UK-based charities that provide help across a broad spectrum of welfare need including housing, debt, injury, relationship breakdown and family bereavement. Occasionally we provide grants to maritime charities from other Commonwealth countries.

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

Charity Number: 206529

Requests for help from former members of the WRNS referred to the WRNS Benevolent Trust.

Contact Information

http://www.wrnsbt.org.uk
generalsecretary@wrnsbt.org.uk
Castaway House
311 Twyford Avenue
Portsmouth
PO2 8RN
023 9265 5301

Support Offered

Grants/benefits, ongoing financial support. Applicants can apply via SSAFA, TRBL or direct to the WRNS BT.

The Trust may also make grants for assistance with further education for members.

Charity Number: 261931

We are part of the WRVS family of charities, the Benevolent Trust is there to provide grants for WRVS Services Welfare and Royal Voluntary Service staff and volunteers, past and present, who find themselves in difficulties.

The original Women’s Voluntary Service (WVS) was formed in 1938 to provide support on the home front to the military, and undertook a myriad of duties throughout the UK, at its peak having over 1 million women volunteers. Lady Stella Reading is the founder of our family of charities and we work very closely together as siblings of the same founding mother. The charities have always had a very close relationship with the military and is proud to be able to make a contribution to the support of both past and present serving military personnel.

We work closely with WRVS Services Welfare to ensure that their staff, who are located in a large number of military establishments, offering support and pastoral care to serving military personnel, have any support they need should they experience difficulties or financial worry. Thus, helping them to continue to provide the valuable service they provide to the military.

Contact Information

http://www.wrvsbt.org.uk
secretary@wrvsbt.org.uk
PO Box 769
Chesterfield
S40 9NY

Support Offered

Over 65 years’ experience in providing grants to past or present staff and volunteers of the WVS/WRVS/Royal voluntary service to help in times of need or crisis. Criteria are that they have worked or volunteered for at least 12 months at any time and that they are on limited financial means.

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