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Company Number: 213609

Plane Saver Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative, providing an range of flexible savings and affordable loans for Armed Forces personnel straight from their JPA pay.
The initiative, which is supported by the Ministry of Defence, also welcomes family members and veterans in receipt of a pension to join.
At Plane Saver we look at finance differently – supporting our members to make ethical and sound financial decisions.
Join today for free at: planesavercu.co.uk

Contact Information

https://planesavercu.co.uk/
info@planesaver.co.uk
The Barn
Manor Lane
Harlington,Hayes
UB3 5EQ
0208 607 5020

Support Offered

Savings and loans with repayments straight from your JPA pay.
A return on your savings in the form of an annual dividend.
Loans of up to £25,000
Free Life Cover on loans and savings
Not-for-profit
10,000 members

Charity Number: 1133188

PTSD Resolution helps Veterans, Reservists and Families who are struggling to reintegrate into a normal work and family life because of trauma suffered prior to and during service in the UK Armed Forces.

Contact Information

http://www.ptsdresolution.org
contact@ptsdresolution.org
7 Cromwell Mews
Burgess Hill
RH15 8QF
0300 302 0551

Support Offered

PTSD Resolution accepts referrals from all sources including self-referral. Screening verifies eligibility and assigns the nearest available therapist, from a network of 200 registered with the Professional Standards Authority through the Human Given Institute. Help is provided free, locally, and in complete confidence, designed to reduce symptoms typically within six sessions. There is no requirement to re-tell or re-live the trauma. Assistance is provided for finding social support as required. Results are followed up after three months.

Charity Number: 1153185
Scottish Charity Number: 1106126
Company Number: 5218014

Established in 1843, the Queen Victoria Seamen’s Rest (QVSR) is a charity which provides accommodation and welfare support to active and retired seafarers, veterans of the armed forces and others in need.
QVSR seeks to support each resident to achieve lifestyle and personal development goals whether this is simple companionship, the development of leisure interests, training and employment or a move to more independent living.

Contact Information

http://www.qvsr.org.uk
enquiries@qvsr.org.uk
121-131 East India Dock Road
Poplar
E14 6DF

Support Offered

QVSR’s Welfare Team assists residents with benefit applications and access to individual grants as well as providing support with medical and emotional issues through signposting to appropriate organisations. QVSR aims to provide an environment where residents are able to rebuild their lives, regain their self-confidence and make the transition from homelessness to more
independent living.
QVSR’s facilities include en-suite bedroom accommodation, modern restaurant and evening coffee shop, TV lounges, Wi-fi, snooker and pool, gym, Chapel, multi-faith or “quiet room” and garden.

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: 1152560

Sitting within the heart of the Royal Air Force, the RAF Central Fund, originally founded by serving RAF personnel are dedicated to providing support to enhance the sense of well-being, morale and community cohesion for those serving in the RAF today and into the future.

Contact Information

http://www.rafcf.org.uk/
mail@rafcf.org.uk
SO2 Service Funds, HQ Air command
Hurricane Block
Ground Floor,RAF High Wycombe
HP14 4UE
01494 569068

Support Offered

Direct financial assistance, primarily through grant making to assist with:

Community support and welfare projects
Supporting the RAF Sports Associations
Support for individual, section and unit sporting endeavours
Capital support for sport facilities
Personal development awards
Expeditionary welfare grants
Donations to linked Service charities to support the serving RAF community

Charity Number: 1174874

To help Commonwealth ex-Service men and women now in need.

Contact Information

http://www.commonwealthveterans.org.uk
Haig House
199 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1AA
020 3207 2413

Support Offered

Fund-raising and grants. Majority of help given is for basic food and shelter. Where possible, providing help with healthcare.

Charity Number: 206243

The RNBT was established under Royal Charter in 1922 to help those who are serving or have served as Warrant Officers and below in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines, and their dependants, in times of need and distress; the collective term for the RNBT’s beneficiaries is The RNBT Family.

Contact Information

http://www.rnbt.org.uk
rnbt@rnbt.org.uk
Castaway House
311 Twyford Avenue
Portsmouth
PO2 8RN
02392 690112

Support Offered

Grants to assist with a wide range of individual needs
Regular charitable payments to older members of The RNBT Family on especially low incomes
Care of older people at the RNBT’s care and nursing home near Chatham, Kent and
The RNBT’s alms-house in Hornchurch, Essex
Advice on welfare related matters

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: 250718
Company Number: NI7273

Sandes is a Christian Mission that has provided pastoral and welfare care to the Army since 1869. Sandes provides catering and recreational Centres for men and women serving with the Army and RAF. Our Centres are within military bases where everyone can feel at home and set apart from the stresses of the normal military environment. Our Centres are “A PLACE TO FIND SPACE”, where soldiers and their families can experience that “home from home” comfort and space to get away from it all.

Contact Information

http://www.sandes.org.uk
admin@sandes.org.uk
Unit 7
30 Island Street
BT4 1DH

Support Offered

Sandes provides quality home-made food in relaxing surroundings. As a Christian Mission, we act as a listening ear to anyone who needs it, and demonstrate the Christian faith by unconditionally caring for, helping and befriending members of HM Forces.

Charity Number: 1154476
Company Number: 08722309

The Sandhurst Trust is the charity of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. It promotes the Sandhurst brand of leadership and helps to preserve the heritage and traditions of Sandhurst.

It supports the officer cadets and staff at Sandhurst and the wider Army serving and retired officer community through partnership with the Officers’ Association.

The Trust is a membership organisation open to all those regular and reserves who have trained at Sandhurst or held a commission in the British Army. 100% of membership donations are used to provide welfare support.

Contact Information

https://www.sandhursttrust.org/
director@sandhursttrust.org
Old College
The Royal Military Academy
Sandhurst,Camberley
GU15 4PQ
01276 412000

Support Offered

Welfare support to officer cadets under training at Sandhurst, staff and families.
Financial support to serving and retired Army officers through the Officers’ Association.

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