A Charity offering personal help and advice for all serving and former members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, their Reserves and Families

Other Charities & Support

The White Ensign Association works closely with other Naval and Armed Forces Charities and support organisations in offering assistance to the Serving and Veteran Communities.  If the help you need is better provided by another charity or group we will guide you towards them.

COBSEO Consists of about 181 service and ex-service organisations including 65 regimental associations.
Combat Stress Works with Veterans of the British Armed Forces, and members of the Reserve Forces, through effective treatment and support for mental health problems.
Greenwich Hospital An ancient Crown charity providing charitable support including annuities, sheltered housing and education, to serving and retired personnel of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and their dependants.
Haig Housing Trust A new charity set up to provide housing and accommodation related assistance to the ex-Service community.
Naval Families Federation The independent voice of Royal Navy and Royal Marines families.
Officers' Association Scotland Provision of employment and career transition services for serving and former officers; relief of distress among former regular or reserve officers and their dependants.
Poppy Scotland Supporting veterans and their dependants in Scotland through the help of dedicated volunteers and donors.
QARNNS Association A charity to support all serving and former QARNNS personnel.
Regular Forces Employment Association Part of the Career Transition Partnership. To help men and women of all ranks leaving the Armed Forces to find and remain in employment throughout their working lives.
Royal Marines Association To maintain and promote esprit de corps and comradeship amongst all Royal Marines. To keep them in touch with one another, and with the activities of the serving Corps.
Royal Naval Benevolent Trust The RNBT exists to serve men and women in the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and their families, by supporting them at times of need, throughout their lives.
Royal Navy & Royal Marines Children's Fund Dedicated to supporting children in need whose parents work or have worked, for the Naval Service
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity To give a better quality of life for serving and former naval personnel.
Royal Navy & Royal Marines Widows Association A Special group of Volunteers, recently formed to try and offer a much needed service of friendship, support and comfort.
Royal Sailors Rest (Aggies) RSR is a Christian charity dedicated to supporting Naval Service personnel and their families. Motivated by the love of God, and in close co-operation with the Naval authorities.
Seafarers Support Referral service for all serving and retired seafarers and their dependant families from Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Merchant Navy and Fishing fleets.
SSAFA Forces Help The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help provides practical support to those that serve, those who used to serve and the families of both.
The Fleet Air Arm Officers Association For members of the Fleet Air Arm Officers’ Association and for those with an interest in Naval Aviation matters.
StepChange Debt Charity If you’re suffering from problem debt, don’t suffer alone. StepChange Debt Charity offer free, impartial debt advice to anyone in the UK. If you need budgeting help, a debt management plan or help with bankruptcy – they can provide it for free.
The Royal British Legion A UK charity providing help and welfare to the serving and ex-Service community and their families.
The Royal Naval Association An organization for Former and Serving members of the RN, RM, WRNS and QARNNS.
The Association of Wrens Formed in 1920 yet is still relevant today for those who wish to keep in touch with friends and colleagues from service days.
Veterans Aid Caring for homeless veterans
Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust The primary objective of the Trust is to provide relief in cases of necessity or distress among its members and their dependants.
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