Veterans in Sefton – Transition for Veterans: A Positive Pathways Case Study. This case study highlights the work of Veterans in Sefton
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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
Initially funded in 2018 with LIBOR funding, Brooke House was awarded a grant from the Trust’s Tackling Serious Stress programme in 2019, which provided grants to organisations supporting veterans who were very unwell, including their carers and families.
This evaluation focuses on the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust’s Ex-Service Personnel in the Criminal Justice System (CJS) Programme, and was evaluated by RAND Europe.
Wigan Warriors Community Foundation received a Local Grants award of £8,000 in 2018 to fund “Rugby Memories”, a project aimed at bringing together older veterans (who may or may not have dementia), serving personnel and their families in a social setting to forge friendships and ease loneliness through a shared experience and love of rugby.