As the National Charity of the Royal Navy, beneficiaries lie at the heart of The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity's purpose, it is our duty to remain focused on their needs.

Since 2007, the charity has funded projects and facilities that boost morale for those who serve today. It also distributes millions of pounds annually to military charities which care for the children, families and veterans of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.


Our Impact Report

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The grants we make

Care in old age

Our funding ensures that our veteran community can enjoy life after the armed forces. We continue to support a number of charities who offer quality care and outreach to elderly veterans across the country.


Time of Need

We fund a number of frontline charities who assist working-age veterans in times of immediate need, helping them to face a range of issues including mental health issues, substance abuse, injury and homelessness.


Families and relationship

From initiatives that enable parents to read bedtime stories to their children while away on deployments, to projects that help give young carers support.

We fund a number of projects that assist the families of serving personnel.


Serving/deployment

Our aim is to improve the quality of life of serving personnel whilst they serve in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines. We help to improve conditions for personnel, aid morale and efficiency.


Transition/employment

Most veterans are able to transition back to civilian life successfully.
However, for those who can’t, we are there to help them find employment or adjust to life on “civvy street”.


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