As the official Charity of the Royal Navy, we hugely appreciate the support we get from all of our corporate partners. Formal agreements with partner organisations mean that we benefit from the sales of items such as clothing, drinks, and books.
This page holds a comprehensive list of all of our current partnerships. If you wish to support RNRMC but perhaps you don't want to just make a donation, you don't have the time for fundraising or you simply want to read a good book, these are a great, unique way to help the Charity.
If you own a company, are writing a book or are creating a new product line and want to support our sailors, marines, and their families, contact our fundraising team via [email protected] and we can start working together in a mutually beneficial partnership.
Sports kit supplier who create quality bespoke sports clothing such as rugby tops and running vests.Read more
Online shop to purchase Her Majesty's Royal Marines Band merchandise including DVD's and CD's.Read more
Bespoke coin featuring the RNRMC logo and synopsis.Read more
Her Majesty's Royal Marine's Band have Released Single, written by Olga Thomas-Bosovskaya, for HM The Queen.Read more
Produces the Caroni 1997 Rum from Trinidad and Tobago.Read more
Clothing bins on numerous Royal Navy bases.Read more
A well illustrated, unique account of the Battle of Jutland aboard HMS Ambuscade.Read more
Devon based award winning brewery who produce popular beers such as Bunker Hill and Devon Dew.Read more
Gillian Jones creates beautiful, unique prints with a whole range of different themes.Read more
HMS Illustrious Association agrees to donate £1 from every membership fee paid to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines CharityRead more
Heroes Drinks Company pledges 6.66% of their profits, from the sale of Heroes Vodka, to The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity. In addition to this, we will receive 20% of the profit from any vodka sold at our own eventsRead more
CQ Cufflinks donate 5% of the profit from all Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity products sold on their website to the Charity.Read more
South Coast Creative, who specialise in defence, technology and government communications and public relations, have signed a pledge to support the Royal Navy Royal Marines Charity as it's Charity of the year.Read more
Dorking Brewery have agreed to pay the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity 5% of all revenue generated from the sale of their 'Defaulters' IPARead more
A detailed account from George Cutcher, a Royal Marine who fought in the First World War, trained in the gym with future kings and travelled the world.Read more