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Charity Number: 263710
Company Number: 1038133

Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to us for help.

Contact Information
88 Old Street

Support Offered

Advice and support and training/consultancy around housing issues.

Charity Number: 1144828

Soldiering On Awards (SOA) recognise the outstanding achievements of those who have served their country, and the diverse people and groups who work together in support of the Armed Forces Community. SOA aims to encourage support for this remarkable community by celebrating the achievements of the people, teams & businesses within it.

SOA is a brand of X-Forces Enterprise (XFE) a 100% not for profit Community Interest Company

Patron: the Rt Hon Earl Howe PC
President: General the Lord Dannatt GCB CBE MC DL
Vice-President: Debra Allcock-Tyler, CEO the Directory of Social Change
Chairman: Tal Lambert MBE
Founder and CEO X-Forces Enterprise: Ren Kapur MBE

Contact Information
X-Forces Enterprise
Mountbarrow House
15-20 Elizabeth Street,London
07702 266712

Support Offered

The Awards encourage support for this remarkable community by recognising the achievements of people, teams and businesses that support it. The Awards highlight the valuable contribution, skills and can-do attitude which serving personnel, veterans and their families bring to society as a whole, along with the diverse group of people, charities and organisations that support them. There are thirteen categories in total, honouring a broad range of achievements from Sporting Excellence, Healthcare and Rehabilitation, Defence Inclusivity and family Values as well as celebrating those who have taken their military experience and turned it in to a successful business.

Scottish Charity Number: SC041345

Helping wounded combatants to recover from injuries and their experiences by providing week-long adventure holidays in Dumfries & Galloway.

Contact Information
The End House

Support Offered

A week’s stay in a private home for groups of up to ten injured service personnel; daily outdoor activities including water sports, archery, clay pigeon shooting, zorbing, blindfolded jeep driving, etc;

All meals including home baking provided by volunteers;

Massage and aromatherapy treatments.

Charity Number: 1168876

To relieve members or their dependants who are in need by virtue of financial hardship, injury or sickness.

Contact Information
SBS Association
PO Box 1014
BH15 4YT

Support Offered

Welfare and social activities.

Charity Number: 1038121

Spirit of Normandy Trust was founded in 1994 with two main objectives- Benevolence and Education

Contact Information
The Spirit of Normandy Trust
PO Box 300
01428 605672

Support Offered

Benevolence To provide financial assistance for veterans of the three services who served in the Normandy Campaign and their dependants. Requests directed through SSAFA

Education To increase knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the general public concerning those events leading up to and beyond the Normandy Campaign, and their historical significance.

The Young Historian Project

Charity Number: 1169441
Company Number: 10008613

Sporting Force was established to help ex-service men and women make the transition from a life in the military to life as a civilian through social engagement, participation in sport, voluntary placements, training and qualifications into a variety of jobs in the sports and leisure industry. Life in the military is an active life and by working with sports organisations we can offer opportunities that appeal, ignite a passion and help create a new life outside of the services. All the opportunities we offer are inclusive and can be adapted to meet the needs of our disabled veterans. Our veteran centric approach ensures that sports qualifications and employment are successful and relevant to the beneficiary.

Contact Information
The Digital Factory
Durham Way South
Newton Aycliffe,Durham
0800 050 9502

Support Offered

5 Step Recovery pathway & transition into civilian life through sport:

A. Each beneficiary will be allocated a Veteran Support Officer at time of registration. A progression pathway will be discussed and implemented. These are unique to each individual but a standard time line would be over 12 months from registration to significant outcome.

B. Initial engagement/personal contact is at an Open Day/Social Engagement event. These can comprise of a stadium tour, match day tickets, sports participation or a meeting with the SF team.

There will be opportunities and offers presented at the open day in relation to training, qualifications and pathways.

C. Training and qualifications in a variety of roles are offered as block/residential courses.

D. On completion of the training or at a defined point on the progression pathway the Veteran Support Officer (VSO) sources voluntary placements. These have primarily been professional football clubs and will continue to be so as this is the most popular interest from veterans. We have also placed veterans in a variety of roles and sports clubs including rugby, snow sports, cricket,gyms and boxing clubs.

E. Support into employment in the sports and leisure industry

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
4 St Dunstan's Hill
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:
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: 208541

For the assistance of ladies in financial need who have been used to a better life but are now living in straitened circumstances. Ladies must have attained a good level of education and live alone without any dependants.

Contact Information
20 Denmark Gardens
01473 327408

Support Offered

To give small annuities and special one-off grants towards urgent items such as household goods, repairs, spectacles, dentistry etc. We give priority to ladies who are trying to maintain their own home and we also help towards a shortfall in care home fees.

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