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Charity Number: 1138136
Company Number: 7096496

The Bridge for Heroes was established in September 2010 by Mike and Helen Taylor with the aim of delivering direct and immediate support to the HM Armed Forces community, veterans and their families.

Contact Information

http://www.thebridgeforheroes.org/
52a South Clough Lane
Kings Lynn
PE30 1SE
01553 760230

Support Offered

Since its opening in June 2011 The General Dannatt Contact Centre in King’s Lynn has provided support through respite breaks, compensation claims, pensions advice, veteran advice and guidance, housing advice, service records and medal applications, and military family research.

Charity Number: 1075109

Boost the morale of the Forces primarily through high quality entertainment and projects designed to bring the public and their Armed Forces closer together.

Contact Information

http://www.bff.org.uk
info@bff.org.uk
10a the High Street
Pewsey
SN9 5AQ
01672 564911

Support Offered

Produces shows and other projects designed to support Forces.

Charity Number: 1173575

The BNTVA is the premier UK charity representing all people who have worked with or alongside radioactive material for the benefit of this nation. Formed initially to campaign for recognition and restitution of our Servicemen who participated in the British Nuclear Tests the organisation has evolved over the years to share it’s knowledge and heritage with people from all walks of life.

Contact Information

http://www.bntva.com
info@bntva.com
The Smithy
Defynnog
LD3 8SB
0208 144 3080

Support Offered

Working within the UK Charity sector we further seek to forge bonds of mutual benefit with other charitable bodies and support organisations both within the Ex-Service sphere and the wider community.

We are also committed to maintaining the heritage of our Veterans experiences by passing their incredible story on to future generations.

Charity Number: 1109753

Forum and support group for Burma Star veterans.

Contact Information

http://www.burmastar.org.uk
34 Grosvenor Gardens
London
SW1W 0DU
020 7823 4273

Support Offered

Welfare assistance is available. The list includes: Top-up fees, nursing care, mobility aids, EPVs, home repairs, white goods etc

Club and social events
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Company Number: NI621628

The CastleHill Foundation is committed to supporting bereaved and injured victims and survivors of terrorism and veterans, their families and carers and maintain resilience by providing evidenced based treatment, prevention and support services in order to address issues of declining mental, physical and emotional health as a result of the troubles or service with the armed forces. The CHF was established in August 2013 to positively contribute to the health and well-being of victims, survivors, veterans, carers and their families from the Upper Bann and South Tyrone area.

Contact Information

http://
castlehillfoundation@outlook.com
31 Castle Street
Portadown
BT62 1BA

Support Offered

Some of the activities which the Castlehill Foundation provides are:
• Specialist Psychological Treatments CBT/CAT/EMDR
• Individual and Group Counselling and Psychotherapy
• Complementary Therapy Treatments
• Training Workshops and personal development classes
• Welfare and Benefits Advice, Support and Assistance
• Respite Days and Residential
• Vocational/education/recreational training programmes to victims/carers and their families
• Adult and Peer to Peer Community Befriending Services

Charity Number: 226684
Company Number: 34118

CESSAC has been operating amenity centres for serving members of the Armed Forces and their families in establishments at home and abroad for over 125 years. It branched out into managing sheltered housing for retired ex-HM forces people and their family members in southern England over 40 years ago through its sister organisation CESSA HA. Both organisations are managed from the Head Office in Portsmouth and share the website. The CofE in each title simply reflects the ethos of the founders and Directors – delivery has always been to those of all religions and none.

Contact Information

http://www.cessaha.co.uk
marika.stivanello@cessaha.co.uk
1 Shakespeare Terrace
126 High Street
Portsmouth
PO1 2RH

Support Offered

CESSAC provides a number of homely, welcoming alcohol-free cafes for serving Armed Forces Personnel and their families in Cyprus, Germany, Falklands & UK
CESSA HA manages sheltered housing schemes for ex-Service personnel & their families over age 60 – 6 schemes are in the Portsmouth area, mostly for those from any Service, with 2 others only for former naval service personnel in Greenwich & Saltash (those owned by Greenwich Hospital)

Charity Number: 1135918
Company Number: 7100967

To provide Recreational and other Leisure time facilities for serving RN & RM & Reserves and their families and other specified classes incl ex RN/RM & serving RN/RM Officers and attached/embedded forces and their families.

Contact Information

https://www.china-fleet.co.uk/your-club-royal-navy-marines-veterans
trust@china-fleet.co.uk
China Fleet Golf and Country Club
Saltash
PL12 6LJ
01752 848668

Support Offered

Extensive health & leisure facilities including a golf course, accommodation, function rooms and Woodland Adventure Golf.

Scottish Charity Number: SC045047

Originally set up to assist armed forces veterans through the transition from military to civilian life, we now run as a drop-in and support centre 5 days a week 9am to 5pm offering a range of services which include free teas and coffees a free hot lunch, advice and assistance with benefits, money matters, housing, and also refer veterans on to specialist in these areas as and when required. We also organise daily activities for our veterans in the centre, quizzes, guitar lessons, film evenings, curry nights and regular day outings. We also provide support and assistance in crisis situations e.g. Financial support and emergency food packages. We provide an outreach service for our vulnerable veterans and provide free clothing. We also have a bicycle repair shop which our veterans work in.

Contact Information

https://www.cominghomecentre.org/
info@cominghomecentre.org
840-860 Govan Road
Glasgow
G51 3UU

Support Offered

We provide basic advice and assistance in welfare reform issues, housing, money matters, for more specialist work in this area we refer on to our specialists partners, e.g. ASAP , Money Matters. We have an in-house CPN who meets weekly with veterans on a referral basis. Rock to Recovery also use or facility for meetings with our veterans. We also provide an outreach service for our more vulnerable veterans in the local community, of which we transport back and to our centre and support to appointments.

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