The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is delighted to launch an innovative Virtual Challenge to complete 100km in your own way, in your own time, to raise funds for our Naval Veteran community.Read more
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A new garden area providing peace and tranquillity for veterans to enjoy was unveiled in Newcastle yesterday (Thursday 18 July).
Over 60 volunteers from organisations across the North East worked together to transform the garden area at one of the largest veterans’ houses in the city.Read more
Waitrose shoppers in Solihull can help The Royal Star & Garter Homes win a share of £1,000.
Customers at the branch in Homer Road can vote for the Charity with green tokens given to them at the check-out throughout July. It is part of the supermarket’s Community Matters initiative.Read more
Staff at The Royal Star & Garter Home in High Wycombe have helped clean up a stretch of the Hughenden Stream as part of a community project.Read more
At a special launch event this week at the National Army Museum in Chelsea, Senior Ministers, senior and serving members of the military, veterans, former Awards winners and business leaders were encouraged to think about who they will nominate for a 2019 Soldiering On Award.Read more
Veterans living at The Royal Star & Garter Home in Surbiton have been given plenty to cheer about as the Home celebrated its fifth anniversary on Friday 24th August.Read more
Lloyd’s Patriotic Fund (LPF) has made donations of more than £300,000 to nine charities to support the Armed Forces and their families.Read more
Sick and injured veterans from Bravo 22 Company, one of the most remarkable theatre groups at the Fringe, today visited Lady Haig’s Poppy Factory, in Edinburgh, to highlight the work of Poppyscotland. All are taking part in Unspoken, a premiere inspired by the stories of 100 ex-Servicemen and ex-Servicewomen which runs from 21-27 August.Read more
UK’s top military housing charity Haig Housing Trust has announced that 100 Veterans and serving personnel (in a private capacity) will walk 100 miles from Ypres to the Cenotaph to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.Read more