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

Enhancing facilities and improving lives- on land and at sea

Each year the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity distribute thousands of pounds across naval ships and establishments, ensuring top-quality facilities for Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel and their families.Read more

Memory of WWI hero ‘Boy Cornwell’ honoured with 1000-mile cycle by Plymouth sailors and marines

Serving members of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines from HMS Raleigh will undertake an arduous 1,000-mile cycle to honour the memory of Jack ‘Boy’ Cornwell, who died at 16 years-old during the Battle of Jutland.Read more

New Manor Camp Centre to provide quality facilities for families of Royal Marines

A grant of over £30,000 has been awarded for the Royal Marines Families and Welfare Centre in Taunton by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC).Read more

WAFU's bike through Peru for the RNRMC

Two Royal Navy Officers travelled across Peru on mopeds without using any public roads or GPS. All whilst raising money for the RNRMC!Read more

RNRMC continues to support Scotland’s naval veteran community

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) has confirmed that it will award military care home provider, Erskine Homes, a grant of £40,000 to ensure the continued care and support of naval veterans.Read more

Celebrating the first 1,000 miles - Victory Walker Jane Allen

Travelling around the Great British coastline, Jane Allen started the first leg of her solo long-distance walk in Portsmouth in January and recently completed her first 1,000 miles.Read more

Win an Official RNRMC Army vs Navy rugby t-shirt

Get your hands on one of our Officla RNRMC Army vs Navy rugby t-shirts JackSpeak Apparel.Read more

An interview with Lt Col Jon Ridley – The new Principal Director of Music of the RM Band

We speak to the new Principal Director of Music of the Royal Marines Band Service, Lieutenant Colonel Jon Ridley, about his love of music, his beloved Leicester City FC and this year’s magnificent Beating Retreat concert at London’s Horse Guards Parade.Read more

“We’re having buns of fun!” - Navy Chefs produce 350 hot cross buns for naval charity

A group of hard-working Navy chefs are raising money for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) by baking 350 hot cross buns in 5 days.Read more

Putting the heart back into Faslane

Fundraising is underway to transform the dilapidated Drumfork community centre into a bright, engaging hub for submariners and their families in the Scottish town of Helensburgh.Read more

Why relationship counselling is part of the RNRMC’s grant funding strategy

“Because of the constant time away from the family and the fact that I am left to handle everything by myself, divorce is one of the options I am considering.”Read more

Signed Sunderland AFC Shirts to be auctioned for RNRMC

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity has received 20 signed Sunderland AFC shirts to auction in order to raise money for the charity.Read more

Official RNRMC Army vs Navy t-shirt launched

We’ve partnered with a JackSpeak Apparel to create this years official RNRMC Army v Navy t-shirt.Read more

Fundraiser Spotlight: Andy ‘Gibbo’ Gibbs

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is delighted to announce the arrival of one of Britain’s top fundraisers, Chief Petty Officer Andy Gibbs.Read more

HMS Queen Elizabeth leaves Portsmouth - Feb 2018

HMS Queen Elizabeth recently departed Portsmouth in order to carry out her rotary wing trials.Read more

I have walked five hundred miles, and I will walk five hundred more!

Jane Allen, a former Royal Navy Commander is walking the entirety of Britain’s coastline and has completed her first 500 miles.Read more