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The Trust Officially Launches VPPP brochure

Type: News

Categories: Military children, Programme news, Service Children, Veterans Places, Pathways and People, Veterans' mental health and wellbeing

June 20, 2022

The Trust Launches Guide to Veterans Places, Pathways and People programme

The Trust Officially Launches VPPP brochure. We officially launched the Veterans’ Places, Pathway & People brochure #vppp.

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NAAFI Fund

Type: News

Categories: New programmes, Guidance, Programme news, Impact, Armed Forces families, NAAFI Fund, Service Children, Military children

April 25, 2022

NAAFI Fund Reopens for 2022/2023

We’re thrilled to announce the fantastic NAAFI fund has reopened for 2022-2023!

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Month of the Military Child 2022

Type: News

Categories: Armed Forces Children, Armed Forces families, Impact, Military children, Programme news, Projects we've funded, Service Children

March 29, 2022

The Month of the Military Child April 2022

Month of the Military Child 2022. The Trust wanted to join in with recognising service children, who are part of the Armed Forces community.

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Home-Start Medway

Type: News

Categories: Armed Forces Children, Carers and Families, Military children, Projects we've funded, Service Children

March 28, 2022

A Force Against Loneliness for Military Children

Home-Start Medway was awarded a £20,000 from the Force For Change (FfC) programme for their project ‘Be A Force Against Loneliness’

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Type: News

Categories: Carers and Families, Impact, Programme news

February 7, 2022

Trust Funded Nepalese Armed Forces Community Centre is a Thriving Hub for the Local Veteran Community

Kent’s Nepalese Armed Forces community supported by the Trust’s Tackling Loneliness and Force for Change programmes

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Type: External News

Categories: Armed Forces families, Carers and Families, funding support, Projects we've funded, Removing Barriers to Family Life

July 27, 2021

Politician meets creative force of young people developing new board game

Alexander Stewart MSP has visited young people involved with the Royal Caledonian Education Trust (RCET), who have travelled to Edinburgh to begin the creative process of co-producing a new board game and comic book to transform civilian perceptions of life in an Armed Forces family.

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One is Too Many

Type: News

Categories: Veterans' mental health and wellbeing, Veterans, Programme news, Projects we've funded, Carers and Families, funding support

April 30, 2021

One is Too Many: targeted support for veterans who are at risk of suicide

The Trust has awarded £2,135,137 under the One is Too Many programme, for organisations to provide specialist and co-ordinated services that reduce suicide risk in veterans.

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Type: News

Categories: Armed Forces families, Carers and Families, funding support, Guidance, New programmes, Programme news, Veterans

March 31, 2021

Sustaining support for our Armed Forces communities

The Trust has launched a new, £6 million programme to support existing charitable activities and services for Armed Forces communities, in need of short-term grant support due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Type: External News

Categories: Carers and Families, funding support, Projects we've funded

March 22, 2021

Enhancing end of life care for Armed Forces men and women

A charity dedicated to looking after terminally ill people of all backgrounds is piloting a scheme to enhance its end of life care for patients who have given service to their country in the Armed Forces.

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Type: News

Categories: Armed Forces Children, Removing Barriers to Family Life, Service Children

March 18, 2021

Empowering the voices of Forces children

Never Such Innocence (NSI) were awarded £100,000 for their ‘Voices of Armed Forces Children’ project, aimed at giving young people from Forces families a creative outlet.

Here, the organisation shares the story of 10-year-old Jacob who used poetry to share his experiences as a child from a Naval family…

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