HMS Argyll rows the Suez Canal for the RNRMC

The crew of HMS Argyll recently raised money in aid of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) through their 'row the Suez Canal’ challenge.Read more

RNRMC-funded statue of WWII hero Captain Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown unveiled

A statue, part-funded by the RNRMC, commemorating the life of a World War II pilot has been unveiled in a ceremony at Edinburgh International Airport.Read more

RNRMC sponsor first ever Golf Open held in Bahrain

The Inaugural United Kingdom Naval Support Facility (UKNSF) Golf Open took place on 23 June 2018 at the Royal Golf Course (RGC), Bahrain.Read more

New CEO announced

The Board of Trustees of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is delighted to announce the appointment of Adrian Bell as the new Chief Executive to succeed Robert Robson.Read more

Proudly supporting Strength in Diversity at Pride 18

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity supports the entire Naval Fleet, regardless of rank, race, religion, sexuality or gender.Read more

Law network’s initiative set to raise thousands for the Naval community

We have partnered with Forces Law, a network of civilian lawyers, for a year-long initiative that offers affordable Will creation in exchange for charitable donations.Read more

European Golf champion shows his support for the RNRMC

Talented European Tour Golfer, Chris Hanson, has become the latest supporter of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.Read more

Famous RNRMC Carrier Bags now stocked in Southern Co-op

The Southern Co-op, who have a proud history of support for the naval community, has begun selling the famous HMS Queen Elizabeth ‘Carrier’ Bags created by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.Read more

£3k increase to ‘Death in Service’ grant brings Royal Navy into line with Army and RAF

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity has announced that it will increase the ‘Death in Service’ grant for all Royal Navy personnel.Read more

UPDATE: Victory Walk - 'Hectored' in the Highlands

Commander Jane Allen is taking on a charity walk around the coastline of mainland Britain. This latest update from Jane comes directly from the Scottish Highlands.Read more

First Sea Lord visits RNRMC-funded refurbished apartments available to naval families

The First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Sir Philip Jones visited the China Fleet Country Club recently and officially opened the Club's 41 refurbished cottages and apartments.Read more

Trekking the Highland Way for the RNRMC’s Twickenham 100

A group of 11 Royal Navy sailors from HMNB Clyde completed a gruelling 100-mile walk along the Highland Way, raising over £1,000 for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.Read more

PHOTOS: Jane Allen's Victory Walk enters Scotland

Travelling around the Great British coastline, Jane Allen started the first leg of her solo long-distance walk in Portsmouth in January and recently crossed the Scottish border.Read more

Number 1 Trainer for HMS Collingwood Field Gun A Crew talks all things Field Gun

Number 1 Trainer for HMS Collingwood Field Gun A Crew speaks to us about all things Field Gun.Read more

Secretary of State for Defence special guest at the RNRMC

The Secretary of State for Defence, Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE, was a special guest of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity last month.Read more

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HMS Raleigh test their fitness for charity

HMS Raleigh has been busy conducting a money raising event for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines charity totalling £1142.93.Read more

How the RNRMC is helping naval veterans adjust to 'normal life'

Leaving the Royal Navy or Royal Marines and re-entering the working world after a career in the military can be a daunting process for many. For those who serve, a ‘civilian’ is often sacrificed in order to help protect the country.Read more

What does it take to keep the Royal Marines Band looking sharp?

The Royal Marines Band are renowned for their precision drill and immaculate uniforms. But what does it take to keep them looking sharp?Read more