Views sought on the future of the maritime charity sector

Do you provide any form of welfare support with a main focus on maritime beneficiaries (whether Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Merchant Navy or Fishing Fleet)? If so, we need you!

You may recall that in 2017 the Maritime Charities Group published a 10-year review of the maritime charity sector, ‘Navigating Change’. This report contained ground-breaking research into the support provided by charities for the UK seafaring community, including seafarers and their families. The report also contained a timely update on the needs and aspirations of the UK seafaring community. Download the report here.

In 2019, the Maritime Charities Group has commissioned an important update to this research in order to see how the charitable provision for seafarers and their families is continuing to evolve to meet future needs. The update will be carried out using a brief online survey. The results will be published and fed back to the maritime sector later this year. Both pieces of research are carried out by the independent consultancy The Researchery.

You can contact the research team via the website: www.theresearchery.com or at theresearchery@gmail.com.

The Maritime Charities Group [MCG] aims to foster collaboration across the maritime charity sector. It does this by sharing information, commissioning research, supporting the education and welfare of seafarers and their families, and by the promotion of best practice within the maritime charity sector. Current members of the MCG are: Greenwich Hospital, ITF Seafarers’ Trust, Lloyd’s Register Foundation, Merchant Navy Welfare Board, Nautilus Welfare, Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity, Seafarers Hospital Society, Seafarers UK and Trinity House.

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The #Cobseo_AGM2019 is now closed – thank you for following! We hope you have enjoyed the updates – see you next year!

By @Cobseo 5 days ago