Here is a list of military organisations that you may find
ABF The Soldiers' Charity, formerly the Army Benevolent Fund is
the British Army's national charity and provides financial and
practical support to soldiers, former soldiers, and their families
in times of need. Please visit ABF The Soldiers'
Charity website for more information.
The Confederation of Service Charities is an umbrella
organisation that exists to work for the interests of the Armed
Force Community by representing, promoting and furthering the
interests of all service and ex-service men and women of all ranks
and their spouses and dependants. Please visit COBSEO's website for more
Help for Heroes supports veterans and serving personnel who have
been wounded or injured, or have become sick, as a result of
serving their country. Additionally their families and dependents
receive support from the Charity as they care for their loved one,
and adapt to the new challenges that they face. Please visit Help for Heroes'
website for more information.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (RAF Benevolent Fund or
RAFBF) is the Royal Air Force's leading welfare charity, providing
financial, practical and emotional support to serving and former
members of the RAF - regardless of rank - as well as their partners
and dependents. Please visit the RAF
Benevolent Fund's website for more information.
The Royal British Legion safeguards the welfare, interest and
memory of those who are serving or have served in the Armed Forces.
Caring and campaigning for the serving and ex-Service community.
Please visit the Royal British
Legions' website for more information.
Scottish War Blinded provides assistance to visually impaired
and blind veterans of the British armed forces who reside in
Scotland. Please visit Scottish
War Blinded's website for more information.
Veterans Scotland provides assistance to veterans and
their families in all aspects of life after leaving
the Services. They understand that even if you have
been "in" for 3 years or 30 years, or "out" for 6 weeks or 6
years, problems will arise that could use some help. Please visit Veterans
Scotland website for more information.
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