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Programme Evaluations Service Families Veterans and carers Delivering locally Report Evaluation Feb 2021

Reach and Impact of the Armed Forces Covenant: Local Grants programme

This evaluation explores the reach and impact of the Armed Forces Covenant Local Grants programme. The programme awarded grants of up to £20,000 which supported the aim of community Integration and/ or the local delivery of services. The programme ran for five years from 2015 – 2020 and delivered 712 grants worth £11,525,200.

Programme Evaluations Service Families Veterans and carers Report Evaluation Jul 2021

How the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust responded to the Covid-19 pandemic

This report explores how the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Veterans and carers Delivering locally Case Study Mar 2021

VC Gallery

The £20,000 “Project Lifeline” grant awarded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to the VC Gallery in Pembrokeshire proved to be exactly that when the Covid-19 crisis hit rural West Wales, leaving them as the only support mechanism for a number of extremely vulnerable veterans in the area.

Programme Evaluations Service Families Veterans and carers Delivering locally Report Evaluation May 2021

Consultation report: The Local Grants programme

The Trust ran an open consultation in January 2020, to help inform our funding programmes for 2020 and beyond. We received our biggest response yet from individuals from the Forces community – 21% of who were veterans – and local organisations, of which, 11% were local authorities.

Programme Evaluations Veterans and carers Delivering locally Case Study Apr 2021

The Fighting Chance

The Fighting Chance received £19,843 from the Trust in 2018 for a one-year project as part of the Local Grant programme. The Fighting Chance for Veterans project funded an intensive employment support project which links health and wellbeing with employment support to help extremely vulnerable veterans to get their lives “back on track’. The project is for those veterans who are the furthest from entering the labour market, and those struggling with isolation, housing issues or substance misuse.