The VPPP programme will award 10 grants to portfolios of projects, which work regionally to develop support for veterans.Read More
It is increasingly more accessible for Armed Forces families to remain living dispersed from the serving member of their family. Existing data from the tri-service families’ continuous attitudes survey for the last six years suggests that around 24% of families…Read More
The Veterans’ Support Association received a grant of £5,000 as part of the Veterans Should Not be Forgotten programme. In the six months that the project ran, the organisation spent the funds on projects or hobby packs for veterans to complete at home during lockdown. The project was a huge success as it kept veterans engaged and focused during the months that followed, as the country
endured its first lockdown.
The Veterans Should Not Be Forgotten programme awarded 120 grants to organisations across the UK, totalling £2,394,698.
This programme evaluation explores the impact of the Veterans Should Not Be Forgotten programme on vulnerable veterans with reduced social contact.Read More
This report explores how the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.Read More
SSAFA received £90,000 under the Removing Barriers to Family Life programme, for their ‘Disability support for Forces families’ project – providing serving military families, who have a child with a disability/additional needs, with ongoing specialist and peer support, advice and respite.Read More
This £4M programme was designed to look at how we can best support veterans who are very unwell; while also recognising the needs of their carers, partners and children.Read More