The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity Chief Executive Adrian Bell has shared the following video message for beneficiaries:
The charity have also shared the following message regarding advice available though the COVID-19 pandemic:
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity continue to closely monitor the evolving COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) situation. As a national charity, our number one priority will continue to be the well-being, safety and health of our beneficiaries, staff, volunteers, trustees, office visitors, and the many organisations we work with.
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Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity– The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the principal charity of the Royal Navy. We exist to support sailors, marines and their families, for life.
RMA – The Royal Marines Charity –We exist to give a lifetime of support to the Royal Marines Family. Our mission is to provide support, advice and friendship to serving and retired Royal Marines, their families, those who aspire to join and those with close links to our Corps.
Naval Families Federation – Whether you need help with schools, where you live or work, your finances, your future, a posting overseas, relationships or your health, our concern is always for you, our Naval Service family.
The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust – The Royal Naval Benevolent Trust provides financial assistance and support to Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their families in times of need.
White Ensign Association –A Charity offering personal help and advice for all serving and former members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, their Reserves and Families.
Royal Naval Association –With over 20,000 members across 300+ branches in the UK and overseas, we are a family of current and former Naval Service personnel, relatives and supporters of our country’s Royal Navy.
Naval Children’s Charity – We help around 2000 children directly each year and many thousands more through our resources and work with communities and other organisations.
Royal Navy Officers’ Charity – Supporting serving and retired officers of the Naval Service (RN, RM and QARNNS), their spouses, former spouses and dependants who are in need of financial support.
Sailors Children’s Society –The Sailors Children’s Society has provided help and support to the children of seafarers since 1821.
Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust – The Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust (WRNS BT) exists to provide worldwide advice and financial relief in cases of necessity or distress among its members and their dependants. We can also make grants for the education of members.