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Charity Number: 1149258
Company Number: 7694082

The object of the charity is to enhance the support already given to Armed Forces children via various sources by the following, but not exclusively;

The promotion of the efficiency of the armed forces by the provision and support of facilities and activities to improve the quality of life and welfare of families of military personnel who are away from home, in particular when on active service.

Contact Information

http://www.littletroopers.net/
louise@littletroopers.net
4b, 80 High Street
Egham
TW20 9HE

Support Offered

Support resources; Separation Packs, print offs from website to ease and aid separation from a soldier parent

Recognition; Little Trooper of the month initiative, Birthday card initiative, competitions celebrating being a British Army Families

Events; for children with a soldier parent away from the home to distract them and also for when the soldier returns to re connect the family

Charity Number: 230090

Situated on the Suffolk Coast in a Grade II listed building the charity aims to provide seaside respite holidays and short breaks to ex members of the armed forces and the merchant service, and to their spouses and widows/widowers.

Contact Information

http://www.kitchenerslowestoft.co.uk/
kitchener@lowestoft.org.uk
10 Kirkley Cliff
Lowestoft
NR33 0BY
01502 573564

Support Offered

Originally founded in 1919 as a convalescent home for ex-service personnel as a memorial to Lord Kitchener the Centre now provides, from April to October, half board seaside holiday and short break accommodation with ten en-suite twin bedrooms.

Charity Number: 1157257

Mode Rehabilitation offers free and confidential counselling and psychological services for people living in Stockport. We specialise in delivering support to ex-military personnel, and work closely with a number of military charities and organisations.

Contact Information

http://www.moderehabilitation.com/
hello@mode.me.uk
Phoenix House
Whitefield Road
Bredbury,Stockport
SK6 2SS
0161 494 1515

Support Offered

We specialise in working with a range of combat-related issues including brain injury, loss of limbs, PTSD, anxiety, and substance misuse, and offer a range of in-house therapies specifically tailored to addressing these issues including:
CBT for depression and anxiety, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) for trauma, the 12-Step Approach for substance misuse, and massage and physiotherapy for joint and muscle injury, embodied trauma, and phantom limb pain. We also offer employment support in partnership with Project Recce, a veterans career transition program.

Charity Number: 1074867
Company Number: 3731497

The NGVFA provides practical support and help to veterans and their families and our aim is to improve the quality of the day to day lives of those who have been affected by the 1990-91 and 2003 Gulf conflicts, as well as the present Afghanistan and all other future desert conflicts. We also help veterans from other conflicts that are in need of our advice and support.

Contact Information

http://www.ngvfa.org.uk
info@ngvfa.org.uk
Building E, Office 8
Chamberlain Business Centre
Chamberlain Road,Hull
HU8 8HL
0845 257 4853

Support Offered

Welfare and advocacy
Tribunal representation
A 24 hour free phone helpline
Fact sheets and guides
The Oasis Times – A quarterly newsletter
Website – with a members only area
Members’ online discussion forum with a private members section.
A Facebook group
Respite break – A yearly five day respite break for veterans and their families
Welcome pack for new members
Counselling
The NGVFA attends and organises a number of information and open day events around the country every year. Our aim is to visit each region of the country at least once a year.
VIPA – (Veteran’s Information and Personal Archive) is a bespoke database collating unique information and statistical data regarding veterans from desert conflicts.

Charity Number: 1045259
Company Number: 03031503

For 24 years, Odyssey has been transforming the lives of people with cancer by creating a magical, fun, and often ‘life-changing’ adventure to help people regain their self-confidence and enjoyment of life while living with uncertainty. Through its free, 5-day residential programme, Odyssey takes participants to an unknown destination, where they are supported through a series of physical, creative and artistic challenges, drawing on the majesty of the outdoors, to help adult cancer survivors overcome the physical and emotional devastation caused by their illness.

Contact Information

http://www.odyssey.org.uk
info@odyssey.org.uk
Suilven
Marconi Lane
Tywyn,Gwynedd
LL36 9SN
01654 710225

Support Offered

Our expertise is in delivering experiential well-being courses for people living with cancer. The associate staff team at Odyssey have a wealth of experience in facilitating developmental environments across a broad range of public, private and third sector organisations that they bring to their work for the charity.

Scottish Charity Number: SC014096
Company Number: 194893

Poppyscotland provides life-changing support to the Armed Forces community.

Contact Information

http://www.poppyscotland.org.uk
New Haig House
Logie Green Road
Edinburgh
EH7 4HR

Support Offered

Money raised from the Scottish Poppy Appeal and Poppyscotland’s year-round fundraising enables them to deliver support to members of the Armed Forces community in Scotland by providing tailored funding and assistance. The charity also funds services in advice, employment, housing, mental health, mobility and respite.

Charity Number: 1081009
Scottish Charity Number: SC038109

The RAF’s leading welfare charity, providing practical, financial and personal lifetime support to all members of the RAF family whether serving or veterans and their families.

Contact Information

http://www.rafbf.org
mail@rafbf.org.uk
67 Portland Place
London
W1B 1AR
020 7580 8343

Support Offered

Provides practical, financial and – in some cases – emotional support to all members of the RAF family, regardless of rank, from childhood through to old age.

Help with top-up care fees

Help with disability

Adaptations
Equipment
Mobility
Death and Disablement in Service

Housing assistance
Education costs
Financial Need

Property Repairs

Welfare breaks

Support for the serving RAF

“Airplay” Youth Support Project
Childcare centres
Benefits and Money Advice Service
free relationship counselling

Charity Number: 226686
Scottish Charity Number: SC037673

Providing friendship, help and support for the whole RAF family. Incorporating RAF Families Federation representing the concerns of RAF personnel.

Contact Information

http://www.rafa.org.uk
RAF Association Headquarters
Atlas House
41 Wembley Road,Leicester
LE3 1UT
0800 0182 361

Support Offered

Advice on sources of financial help, war pensions and Armed Forces Compensation Scheme.

Respite care homes run jointly with RAFBF, sheltered housing and holiday homes.

Help and support to the youngest recruit right through to the oldest veteran.

Charity Number: 224505

Children’s charity supporting Royal or Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleet families in severe financial hardship.

Contact Information

http://www.sailorschildren.org.uk
info@sailorschildren.org.uk
Newland
Cottingham Road
Hull
HU6 7RJ
01482 342331

Support Offered

The family support scheme provides child welfare grants, clothing and emergency grants.

Caravans available for a week’s holiday.

Emotional support and links to other support organisations.

Charity Number: 1136854

To provide relief from the effects of bereavement to young people up to and including the age of 18 who have suffered the loss of a parent whilst serving with the armed forces of the crown.

Contact Information

http://www.scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk
hello@scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk
Unit 21 Bergen Way
King’s Lynn
PE30 2JG
08000 928 571

Support Offered

Holiday’s, activities, grants, gifts, experiences and bereavement support to children who have lost a parent serving in the British Armed Forces.

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