For over sixty years The Soldiers’ Charity (formerly called the Army Benevolent Fund) has worked tirelessly to provide financial and practical support to soldiers, former soldiers and their families in times of need.
The objectives of the Association are to promote the welfare of those men and women who have lost a limb or limbs, or one or both eyes, or the use of limbs as a result of service in any branch of Her Majesty’s Forces or Auxiliary Forces.
The charity for blind ex-Service men and women, both those blinded in action and those who have lost their sight through accident, illness or old age. We offer lifelong welfare support, rehabilitation, training, long-term nursing, residential and respite care.
For over 80 years, we have been the only services charity specialising in helping those of all ranks from the Armed Forces and the Merchant Navy suffering from psychological disability as a result of their service.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is responsible for marking and maintaining the graves of those members of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars, for building and maintaining memorials to the dead whose graves are unknown and for providing records and registers of these 1.7 million burials and commemorations found in most countries throughout the world.
The DMWS provides 24 hour practical and emotional support to those members of the British Armed Forces who are receiving hospital care, their dependent relatives and entitled civilians, in operational areas and in static locations in the UK and overseas
A wide range of information, advice and contacts for disabled people and their carers in the UK since 1999.
We maintain connections between past and present members of the Grenadier Guards, grant financial assistance to needy members or their widows, or on behalf of their children.
Irrespective of age or disability, yacht sailing is easily accessible through the Gwennili Trust. Whether you are a first time sailor or an experienced sea dog we have something for you.
Surrounded by beautiful Dorset countryside, this customised holiday lodge has been designed to accommodate disabled service and ex-service personnel, their families and carers, in order to provide an affordable respite from daily living.
The Officers’ Association promotes the welfare of those who hold or have held a commission in HM Armed Services (Regular or Reserve) and their dependants through the provision of advice, financial support and general assistance.
The RAF Association (RAFA) is a membership organisation of serving and former members of the Royal Air Force.
Grants, loans and advice are available for a broad range of help, including: mobility aids and specialist equipment for the sick and disabled; help with housing and accommodation; assistance in accessing and funding care; as well as individual grants.
This free-to-join scheme offers service personnel, their families and veterans discounts, savings and benefits on a wide range of goods and services including in shops, restaurants and leisure outlets.
The Royal British Legion provides financial, social and emotional support to millions who have served and are currently serving in the Armed Forces and their dependants.
Membership is open to all serving and ex-service members of the Naval Forces including the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, QARNNS, WRNS, Reserves and all ranks and specialisations.
Seafarers UK has been helping seafarers since 1917. It is an umbrella organisation which awards grants to other charities that help those who are, or once were, in the Royal Navy, Merchant Navy or fishing fleets. It also gives grants to charities that help seafarers’ families, including widows and children.
The new single point of contact for the UK Maritime Charity Sector. Information on more than 150 charities which provide services to serving and former seafarers (Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Merchant Navy and fishermen) and their families.
We provide support for the serving men and women in today’s Armed Forces and for those who have served – even if it was only for a single day. We also care for the needs of their families and dependants.
Since its foundation in 1916, The Royal Star & Garter Charity has provided an outstanding quality of nursing and therapeutic care to ex-Service men and women.
On Monday 2 April 2007, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) officially launched the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency, aimed at improving personnel, pensions, welfare and support services to members of the Armed Forces and veterans.