Our lifelong support for our Forces and their families is reflected in everything we do. So if you need help, we’ll be here for you, through thick and thin, until the job is done.
SSAFA is a charity that does whatever it takes to get things done. We provide practical support and assistance to servicemen and women, veterans, and their families, every day of the year.
We understand that your time in the Forces can have an impact, now and in the future. But the challenges everyone faces are different, so whatever the problem, we’ll find a way to solve it.
National Memorial Arboretum
The National Memorial Arboretum is the UK's year-round centre of Remembrance; a spiritually uplifting place which honours the fallen, recognises service and sacrifice, and fosters pride in our country. It is a living and lasting memorial.
It commemorates and celebrates those who have given their livesin the service of their country, all who have served and sufferedas a result of conflict, and others who, for specific or appropriatereasons, are commemorated here.
If you're looking for your lost relatives' service or medical records. All the information you will require can be found here.
If you're looking for your local member of parliament they can found here.
The BNTVA is the premier UK charity representing all people who have worked with or alongside radioactive material for the benefit of this nation. Formed initially to campaign for recognition and restitution of our Servicemen who participated in the British Nuclear Tests the organisation has evolved over the years to share it’s knowledge and heritage with people from all walks of life.
The British Nuclear Testing Programme ran between 1952 and 1967, it was the largest Tri-Service operation since the D-Day landings. over 20,000 servicemen participated in the Weapons Tests.
The development of these superweapons bought the United Kingdoms place at the world superpower table.
Genetic Disorders UK
Genetic Disorders UK is a registered charity with a vision to improve the lives of individuals and families affected by genetic disorders.
While individual genetic disorders are rare, it is thought that there are currently more than 6,000 diagnosed disorders and new disorders are being identified every day. It is estimated that 1 in 25 children is affected by a genetic disorder.
This means that in the UK, 30,000 babies and children are newly diagnosed each year and more than half a million children and adults are living with a genetic disorder.
Our mission is to be the leading source of information and support for both those affected by a genetic disorder, and the charities and patient groups that support them, by bringing together everyone’s combined experience in a place it can be shared.
The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) bansnuclear explosions by everyone, everywhere: on the Earth's surface, in the atmosphere, underwater and underground.
Army of Angels Charity
The Army of Angels UK Forces Charity provides direct and indirect support to serving and veterans in the British Armed Forces who have been injured mentally or physically while serving in conflicts, including veterans of the wars in Europe, the Far East, the Falklands and the Gulf. We also support their families and co-dependents.
Over 5000 individuals have been killed or injured in Iraq and Afghanistan. Our work does not stop with these Two conflicts. We are completely independent from other Military Charities and operate on an individual basis. We help these people by making their lives easier in any way possible.
Benefits Calculators - Gov.uk
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