Campaign launched to commemorate Christmas Truce 100 Years on

In just a matter of weeks, ‘1914 – The Carol of Christmas’ by Military Voices has become a social media sensation and now the military charities behind the song are launching a campaign, asking the public to download the song at 19:14 on Saturday evening (20 December).Read more

Santa pays a flying visit to RFA Argus crew fighting Ebola crisis

Christmas came early for the Fleet Air Arm contingent of hospital ship RFA Argus, whose mixed-service personnel are hard at work combating the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone.Read more

1914 Carol of Christmas single heading for No. 1 at No. 10

A 15 year old Sea Cadet from Haringey has delivered a copy of the single ‘1914 - The Carol of Christmas’ by the group Military Voices to No. 10 Downing Street as a gift for the Prime Minister and his wife from the three military service charities.Read more

Royal Navy kicks off season of military services with The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity

This year’s Admiralty Service was held in St. Martin in the Fields – the Admiralty Church – on 1 December, kicking off a season of Christmas services attended by the Royal Navy.Read more

Military voices join battle for Christmas number one

100 years on from the very first Christmas in the trenches of the Great War, military voices are once again raised in harmony for a moving song of tribute to bravery and sacrifice.Read more

Service children rejoice at Christmas panto

Cries of "he's behind you!" and "oh, yes it is!" filled the Senior Rates and Warrant Officer's Mess of HMS Excellent, Whale Island, during a performance of the Christmas classic panto Dick Whittington, put on by the British Forces Foundation (BFF) using funding from The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC).Read more

Cash injection allows Union Jack Club to roll out improvements

A recent cash injection from The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) is enabling the Union Jack Club to continue to roll out improvements to its accommodation and facilities.Read more

Trafalgar Night Dinner on board HMS Victory for the Naval Service’s most talented

On Monday 27 October the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC DL, and the Second Sea Lord, Vice Admiral David Steel CBE DL, hosted an All Ranks and Rates Trafalgar Dinner onboard HMS VictoryRead more

HMS Sultan's Trafalgar fun run gift to Navy's Charity

Sailors dressed up as a number of different characters and figures from history for a Trafalgar Fun Run, recently held at HMS Sultan to raise valuable funds for The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.Read more

Submarine’s Great Gatsby dance was a way of saying thank you

One of the two operational crews of HMS Vigilant, a Trident Nuclear submarine, celebrated the 1920’s with a “Great Gatsby” dance in Glasgow on Saturday 25 October thanks to The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity.Read more

Charity prepares to select a new Chairman

The Board of Trustees of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity are preparing to select a new Chairman when Vice Admiral Sir Richard Ibbotson’s term concludes in July 2015.Read more

Beating Retreat 2014 DVD pre-orders now open

Pre-orders are being taken for the live DVD version of the musical spectacular that was this year's Beating Retreat, held at Horse Guards Parade, London, 3-4 June 2014.Read more

Local school children get patriotic in aid of Service charities

Over 180 children at Crofton Hammond Infant School, in Fareham, celebrated Red, White and Blue Day raising vital funds for the three official Service charities: The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC), ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.Read more

Relationship support programme for Naval families launched in Portsmouth

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) has joined forces with Relate, the UK’s largest provider of relationship support, to offer counselling for Naval personnel and their families in Portsmouth.Read more

BFI London Film Festival unveils The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands (1927)

The BFI National Archive has announced that the world premiere of a new restoration of a major British silent film, The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands (1927) will be unveiled at a BFI London Film Festival Archive gala screening on 16 October 2014, at the Queen Elizabeth Hall followed by a nationwide release in cinemas, with a simultaneous release on BFI Player and later issued on BFI DVD.Read more

Pusser’s Rum supports Royal Navy and Marines Charity with substantial charity cheque donation

In keeping with traditional and historical links, Pusser’s Rum made a considerable donation to The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) at the Charity’s home of HMS Excellent, Portsmouth, yesterday (11 September). A cheque was presented by Gary Rogalski, President and CEO of Pusser’s Rum, and accepted on behalf of the Charity by its Chief Executive Robert Robson.Read more

£7.2 million: transforming lives - latest Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity Impact Report now available

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is pleased to announce that our latest digital Impact Report is now available to download.Read more

Royal Marines Band and First Sea Lord to attend unique air festival charity event

As plans for the 2014 Bournemouth Air Festival take shape, a leading Bournemouth hotel has announced a very special ‘one-off’ event.Read more

Hampshire Shopping Centre fundraiser sees 100 Homing Pigeons released to commemorate 100th Anniversary of First World War

On Monday 4 August at 11am The Chantry Centre, Andover launched a programme of WW1 activity that includes a school's outreach campaign, displays in the Centre and charity fundraising for ten military charities.Read more

Charitable grant helps Plymouth Drake Foundation make a splash in Plymouth

Saturday 7 June 2014 was a very special day for the Plymouth Drake Foundation, as it got to visit the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Swimming Club in their new home in HMS Drake, Plymouth - a project facilitated through Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity funding.Read more