The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust awards grants through specific funding programmes, each with its own aim(s), often based on community consultation.
Our current open programmes are listed below, as well as details of how grant funding has already been spent in support of the Armed Forces community.
Discover more about our programmes
We’ve delivered a number of inspiring funding programmes that support the Armed Forces community.
Why not browse them to discover more about the issues we’ve tackled, the grants we’ve made and the impact these funds have had .
For details of the LIBOR grants that we currently manage, click here.
Awards we’ve made
Want to know more about the grants we’ve awarded from various programmes across the UK?
You can access all of our grant awards at the link below.
Got a question?
Whether you’d like to know more about eligibility, what support we’ve given in your area, how we make our decisions, or something else. Check out our handy Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to see if we can help!
Our current programmes
The NAAFI Fund
The NAAFI Fund makes grants to UK Armed Forces bases, located in the UK or overseas, for projects that improve the quality of life for serving personnel and serving families living on or near a Forces base or station.
Positive Pathways programme
Part of the Veterans’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund, the Positive Pathways programme funded projects that develop and run activities supporting the mental health and wellbeing of ex-Forces.
Armed Forces Covenant Fund: Force for Change programme
Using feedback from our open consultation, we have designed a new local grant programme, awarding grants up to £20,000 to projects supporting Armed Forces communities to become less isolated and engage more in their local area.
Tackling Loneliness programme
The Tackling Loneliness programme will address social isolation by targeting specific groups within the Armed Forces community who are traditionally harder to reach.
One is Too Many
Part of the Veterans’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund, the One is Too Many programme will award grants of up to £300,000 to two-year projects that aim to reduce suicide risks within vulnerable veterans in a coordinated and targeted way