Commander Jane Allen, the Victory Walker set off from HMS Victory on 21 October 2017, to walk anticlockwise round the coast of mainland UKRead more
The Royal Naval Association (RNA) has contributed £30,000 to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity’s (RNRMC) Drumfork Families Centre in Faslane.Read more
Following an RNRMC grant of £5,000 last year, The Ripple Pond, has reported that the ‘self-help support network’ offered to families from the Naval Service, has had an overwhelmingly positive impact.Read more
A brave group of 60 fundraisers completed a nerve-wracking abseil down the Goliath Crane in Rosyth, raising money for two national charities.Read more
The world-renowned Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has awarded the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) a grant of £186,250.Read more
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) whose mission is to value and support the nation’s sailors, marines and their families for life, has enlisted four new Vice Presidents to help raise the charity’s profile and champion its key messages.Read more
A statue commemorating the life of a World War II pilot has been unveiled in a ceremony at Edinburgh International Airport.Read more
The Board of Trustees of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is delighted to announce the
appointment of Adrian Bell as the new Chief Executive to succeed Robert Robson.
Adrian joins the charity after eight years as Chief Executive of the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air
Ambulance, following a long career with the Royal Navy during which he commanded three warships
and concluded with command of British Forces in Gibraltar.
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) supports the entire Naval Fleet, regardless of rank, race, religion, sexuality or gender.
At this year’s Pride in London parade, the annual celebration of the LGBT+ community, the RNRMC helped the official Royal Navy Compass support team by providing stylish ‘Strength in Diversity’ sports shirts.Read more
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) has partnered with Forces Law, a network of civilian lawyers, for a year-long initiative that offers affordable Will creation in exchange for charitable donations.
Launching on Armed Forces Day 2018, the ‘Make a Will’ project will see a select number of Forces Law members waive their fees on standard Wills. In exchange, those who require the creation of a Will are instead encouraged to make a charitable donation to the RNRMC.Read more