The Trust commissioned Neighbourly Lab, the Campaign to End Loneliness and the King’s Centre for Military Health Research to conduct a year long evaluation of the 60 projects on their Tackling Loneliness Grant. Focusing on ‘Reach’ and ‘Service Design’ in the creation of services to support Armed Forces individuals experiencing loneliness a toolkit was produced.
Welcome to the Knowledge Network
A place to access the learning and best practice from the grant making of the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust
The Map of Need
Explore the needs of veterans and their families across the UK, based on public data
Discover the impact that our grant funding programmes have had on Armed Forces communities
Discover how our funding has supported Armed Forces families
Veterans and carers
Discover the impact that our funding has had on veterans and those who support them
Explore our approach to supporting real change at a local level
This report is the final report of a study RAND Europe conducted on behalf of the Trust. It forms part of an ongoing evaluation of programmes we delivered to support local authorities to better implement the Covenant at a local level.
Raising awareness of the ‘Armed Forces community & the Armed Forces Covenant’ with Warwickshire County Council
How to raise awareness of the ‘Armed Forces community’ & the ‘Armed Forces Covenant’ with Warwickshire County Council
Outfit Moray received £20,000 of Local Grants Trust funding in March 2019 to deliver a “Community Adventure Links” programme in conjunction with Kinloss Barracks. The funding was to provide outdoor adventure activities to local Service children in connection with local sports clubs such as Moray Mountain Bike Club, Moray Coast Youth Climbing Club, Moravian Orienteering Club and Moray Canoe Club.
To behave ethically, we need to consider what is the ‘right’ way to behave towards others – how we can do no harm, and how we can achieve good outcomes through the work we support. There are two broad and overlapping ethical principles which govern our work: ‘Do Good’ and ‘Do No Harm’.