The Veterans’ Gateway self-help directory is now liveRead more
The Warrior Programme runs residential training courses which are FREE to participants with accommodation and full board included.
The Warrior Programme is a personal transformational, motivational and educational course run over 3 days. More than 800 individuals, with over 600 of whom being ex Services and Serving Personnel, have attended the course. Using coaching techniques it enables individuals to take control of their lives, increase confidence, provide motivation and direction to allow them to lead a healthy and balanced life.Read 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 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
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
This defence wide strategy aims to reduce the prevalence and impact of domestic abuse and increase the safety and wellbeing of all those affected.
As an employer, defence has a moral and legal duty of care for our personnel. But we also recognise a responsibility that extends beyond that, as articulated in the Armed Forces Covenant, that those who serve or have served, and their families, should be treated fairly.Read more
The Veterans’ Gateway, the 24-hour service that helps former service men and women to navigate their new lives as civilians, has recorded over 10,000 enquiries and 183,420 website users since its launch, one year ago yesterday, 5th July 2018.
Designed to offer a one stop shop through which veterans can access advice on a vast range of areas, from housing to health concerns, the Veterans’ Gateway has seen over 37,000 click throughs to external sites, with the majority of users requesting advice on finance.Read more