Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust

Who they support

The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust makes grants to support the Armed Forces Community. The Covenant Fund is delivered by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust. It has £10M a year to fund projects that support the Armed Forces Community.

  • The average annual spending of grantees has been £4 million
  • The average age of charities supported has been 18 years.

Grant criteria

The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust makes grants to support the Armed Forces Community. The Covenant Fund is delivered by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust. It has £10M a year to fund projects that support the Armed Forces Community.

https://www.covenantfund.org.uk

Enquiries@covenantfund.org.uk

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Charity registered in England & Wales, No: 1177627
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Analysis of Grants Made
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In this period 101 donations have been made totalling £5,946,923 to 101 organisations

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Growth in Spending
(per annum over last 3 years)
Main Overlaps with other Grant Makers ?
By ValueBy Number
Ministry of Defence 57% 54%
The National Lottery Community Fund 47% 47%
The National Lottery Heritage Fund 23% 15%
Masonic Charitable Foundation 22% 15%
Garfield Weston Foundation 21% 19%
The Seafarers' Charity 18% 10%
Co-operative Group 18% 15%
DCMS 18% 15%
The Grocers' Charity 12% 7%
Wolfson Foundation 10% 5%
Sole supporter: 21% by number, 15% by value.
Individual Grants Made
When Amount Annual
Spending
Grantee To be used for
25/06/2020 £62,462 £9,006,362 ALABARé CHRISTIAN CARE AND SUPPORT Funding enabled the group to provide additional support during the Covid-19 pandemic to veterans with underlying health issues, those with poor mental health and those experiencing long term homelessness
25/06/2020 £125,000 £2,360,354 BROUGHTON HOUSE HOME FOR EX-SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN Funding provided support for the organisation to continue to care for veterans while they face significant additional costs and reduced ability to fundraise due to Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £17,981 £3,416,099 BURNLEY FC IN THE COMMUNITY Funding allowed the group to expand their support to respond to veterans who have approached them with welfare issues during the Covid-19 pandemic; including financial issues, unemployment and social isolation.
25/06/2020 £24,074 £26,357 CAN INTERNATIONAL Funding allowed the group to support elderly Gurkha veterans affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. This will include telephone and online support and mobilising their team of volunteers to support key areas.
25/06/2020 £125,000 £5,299,604 CARE FOR VETERANS (FORMERLY THE QUEEN ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL HOME) Funding allowed the group to deliver care and rehabilitation to elderly, vulnerable and disabled veterans.
25/06/2020 £16,689 £367,596 CATTERICK GARRISON PRESCHOOL GROUP Funding enabled the group to offer extended childcare to children from Armed Forces families.
25/06/2020 £21,769 £54,121 DIG IN Funding allowed the group to adapt its ways of working to continue providing the service that is so vital to their beneficiaries
25/06/2020 £26,386 £25,744 EAST SUSSEX VETERANS HUB Funding allowed the group to improve access to digital communications, provide activities and support to their members during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £58,565 £1,659,285 FINCHALE GROUP Funding allowed the group to develop a virtual learning hub, allowing social and physical activities to be offered alongside learning opportunities, enabling the organisation to expand capacity in response to need and give access to support and activities
25/06/2020 £9,000 £120,438 FRIENDS OF WAVELL Funding allowed the group to widen the geographic reach of their support to military families and offer additional support, tackling mental and physical health, welfare and other issues caused by the Covid-19 lockdown.
25/06/2020 £39,000 £114,481 FUTURE FOR HEROES Funding allowed the organisation to continue to provide services to veterans through courses and mentoring.
25/06/2020 £7,770 £276,025 GLOUCESTER RUGBY FOUNDATION Funding enabled the group which has an established Veterans Activity Hub move activities to an online service providing a safe space for veterans who are unemployed to learn new employability skills and interact with local businesses
25/06/2020 £35,000 £2,352,090 GROUNDWORK MANCHESTER SALFORD STOCKPORT TAMESIDE AND TRAFFORD Funding allowed the group to continue to support unemployed veterans in Greater Manchester to prepare for and secure employment.
25/06/2020 £20,000 £86,890 HELP 4 HOMELESS VETERANS Funding allowed the group to continue to support homeless veterans
25/06/2020 £25,000 £40,047 HISTORIC ARMY AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRUST Funding allowed the group to continue to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic
25/06/2020 £26,306 £90,250 HOME START RICHMONDSHIRE Funding allowed the group to continue to support Army families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £8,160 £358,162 HULL FC COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to support more veterans living in care homes and supported accommodation across Hull.
25/06/2020 £40,000 £1,443,311 IMPROVING LIVES PLYMOUTH Funding allowed the group to provide ongoing casework support via telephone and internet to veterans and their families and carers, including emerging additional needs due to COVID-19.
25/06/2020 £57,000 £971,619 INVICTUS GAMES FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to maintain and enhance its online support services to enable the Wounded, Injured and Sick (WIS) Forces community to stay connected, lead physical and mental health initiatives and empower peer-led support as a positive response to the pandemic.
25/06/2020 £10,000 £34,406 KARTFORCE Funding allowed the group to provide endurance car racing (which can be adapted for veterans with disabilities) and training for injured veterans to promote positive physical and mental wellbeing which has been impacted by the lockdown
25/06/2020 £37,580 MAXIMUM EDGE C.I.C. Funding allowed the group to offer services and support which reduce isolation and loneliness during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £7,574 OPERATION VETERAN CIC Funding allowed the organisation to continue to operate, supporting veterans during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £14,443 £324,264 OXFORD PARENT INFANT PROJECT Funding allowed the group to continue to offer therapy provision to RAF Brize Norton and RAF Benson families.
25/06/2020 £9,000 £52,132 QUICK RESPONSE MEMORIAL WOODLAND Funding allowed the group to continue to offer immediate help to veterans, including an increase in demand for poverty relief to due Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £7,016 £92,181 RAF BRIZE NORTON PRE SCHOOL Funding allowed the group to continue their work with Armed Forces families during the Covid-19 pandemic
25/06/2020 £50,000 £4,785,958 RFEA - THE REGULAR FORCES EMPLOYMENT CHARITY Funding enabled the group to provide employment support to vulnerable veterans, Service leavers and their families at this critical time.
25/06/2020 £250,000 £19,235,000 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION INDUSTRIES Funding enabled the group to continue to offer vital support to older veterans and their families, many of whom have multiple health conditions and are at the greatest risk from Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £125,000 £5,467,390 ROYAL HOSPITAL OF CHELSEA Funding enabled the group to offer high level care to veterans during Covid-19. Funding will be used to provide additional staff, PPE and technology, so Chelsea Pensioners can keep in touch with loved ones as quarantine continues through the year.
25/06/2020 £9,230 £828,022 SHARKS COMMUNITY TRUST Funding enabled the group to develop their Sharks Forces project into an accessible online programme, offering structured weekly personal development, physical activity and mental resilience sessions for the veteran community.
25/06/2020 £9,881 £1,270,996 SHEFFIELD MIND LTD Funding allowed the group to deliver online movement therapy sessions to military families and military veterans across South Yorkshire.
25/06/2020 £18,000 £140,901 SHOTS IN THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to continue to support the needs of Service families and homeless veterans. They will provide social contact through phone and digital platforms and encourage active engagement for four veterans, in part time employment.
25/06/2020 £12,836 SMART SAVINGS SOUTH WEST CIC Funding allowed the group to provide immediate support to address issues around income, debt and mental wellbeing of military veterans, their families and current serving military personnel.
25/06/2020 £31,610 £2,669,849 SPECIAL BOAT SERVICE ASSOCIATION Funding enabled the group to continue to offer childcare and welfare support for Service children with the community centre
25/06/2020 £30,000 £70,890 SURF ACTION Funding allowed the group to deal with the significant increase in requests for physical, psychological and relationship advice they have received from new, past and present service users.
25/06/2020 £20,000 £18,469 TEAM ENDEAVOUR RACING UK CIC Funding allowed the group to maintain, service and replace their boats. This will enable them to prepare for the lifting of restrictions and be in a position to continue their support of the Wounded, Injured and Sick Service personnel and veterans.
25/06/2020 £52,206 £4,976,207 THE ADVOCACY PEOPLE Funding allowed the group to continue supporting veterans and their families, helping them to voice their needs and concerns and get the support they require.
25/06/2020 £50,000 £149,740 THE BRIDGE FOR HEROES Funding allowed the group to maintain a high level of contact with vulnerable veterans and immediate family members in the West Norfolk area.
25/06/2020 £48,539 THE MATTHEW PROJECT Funding allowed the group to provide vital, tailored one-to-one support to Armed Forces beneficiaries affected by drug or alcohol misuse and/or PTSD, across Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex.
25/06/2020 £29,664 £4,845,963 THE ROYAL AIR FORCE CENTRAL FUND Funding allowed the group to enrich the lives of serving personnel by improving their mental and physical health through improved access to sporting and physical activity and rehabilitation opportunities on stations throughout the UK.
25/06/2020 £250,000 THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION Funding allowed the group to continue to support vulnerable veterans in the Legion’s care homes.
25/06/2020 £125,000 £5,806,486 THE ROYAL MARINES CHARITABLE TRUST FUND Funding allowed the group to continue to support the most vulnerable members of the RM community, particularly those experiencing exacerbated challenges due to the social distancing measures.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £20,480,000 THE ROYAL STAR AND GARTER HOMES Funding allowed the group to continue supporting veterans with specialist nursing and dementia support in their three homes through the pandemic.
25/06/2020 £92,250 £4,005,598 THE SIR OSWALD STOLL FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to deal with increased demand for their support during the Covid-19 pandemic, from those veterans shielding and self-isolating.
25/06/2020 £25,000 THE VETERANS HUB WEYMOUTH & PORTLAND CIC Funding allowed the group to continue to support veterans, safeguarding the most vulnerable veterans and Armed Forces personnel.
25/06/2020 £50,480 £626,543 TOM HARRISON HOUSE Funding enabled the group to provide intensive therapeutic support to 60 veterans with addictions and poor mental health during the Covid-19 crisis. The programme will enable veterans to continue to access services to maintain abstinence, improve mental health and wellbeing, reduce social isolation, and resettle in their communities
25/06/2020 £27,675 VETERANS CHANGE PARTNERSHIP CIC Funding enabled veterans support networks to function during the pandemic and also provide organisational costs to the C.I.C.
25/06/2020 £14,269 £171,769 VETERANS IN COMMUNITIES Funding allowed the group to continue to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £31,176 £334,603 VETERANS OUTREACH SUPPORT Funding allowed the group to continue to support their beneficiaries during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £56,333 WIGAN BOROUGH ARMED FORCES HQ CIC Funding allowed the group to continue to operate during the Covid-19 pandemic, operating a seven day service, providing emergency support and tackling social isolation.
25/06/2020 £40,000 £32,090 BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD Funding enabled the group to support veterans who are struggling during the Covid-19 pandemic and deal with the increased number of veterans and families contacting them.
25/06/2020 £20,000 £833,844 CENTRAL BANK LISBURN STATION Funding enabled the group to offer summer provision to service families to support their physical and holistic development and skills.
25/06/2020 £52,372 £811,349 THE ELY CENTRE Funding enabled increased connectivity and engagement with aged veterans in Northern Ireland, for those affected by the pandemic.
25/06/2020 £45,849 £280,934 BRAVEHOUND Funding was used for IT improvements enabling the group to better deliver services affected by Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £20,160 £379,777 BRIGHT HORIZONS DAYCARE CENTRE Funding enabled the group to remain open and continue to support children from Armed Forces families despite challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic
25/06/2020 £125,000 £7,119,000 EARL HAIG FUND SCOTLAND (POPPY SCOTLAND) Funding allowed the group to continue to support veterans and their families, living in Scotland, with advice, employment, mobility, respite, housing and mental health support.
25/06/2020 £250,000 £27,343,000 ERSKINE   Funding enabled the group to deliver a programme of activities two elderly veterans and spouses. The project will provide vital social interaction and mental stimulation for vulnerable veterans who are at risk of isolation and loneliness during social distancing.
25/06/2020 £4,800 £27,692 MINDFULNESS SCOTLAND Funding allowed the group to continue the delivery of mindfulness classes for veterans and their partners in collaboration with Combat Stress. They will use digital platforms and develop an app in due course.
25/06/2020 £14,416 £80,733 STAND EASY Funding allowed the group to continue to support Wounded, Injured and Sick veterans during the Covid-19 pandemic, extending creative ways to counter isolation
25/06/2020 £12,885 £1,075,191 THISTLE HEALTH AND WELLBEING Funding allowed the group to continue to provide vital and immediate wellbeing support to veterans across Scotland, affected by COVID-19 who and are at risk of deteriorating physical and mental health.
25/06/2020 £158,500 ABF THE SOLDIERS CHARITY Funding enabled the Charity to sustain vital and immediate wellbeing support to those serving soldiers, veterans and families affected by COVID-19 – thereby helping the Army to focus on its support to the Nation
25/06/2020 £125,000 £42,210,000 BLIND VETERANS UK Funding allowed the group to deliver support and welfare, including Covid-19 relief support, to over 4,700 beneficiaries throughout the UK
25/06/2020 £125,000 BRITISH LIMBLESS EX-SERVICEMEN’S ASSOCIATION Funding enabled the group to continue to offer much-needed support to Blesma members during Covid-19, including signposting, maintaining regular contact and ensuring veterans and their families receive essential goods
25/06/2020 £50,250 £242,775 BUILDING HEROES EDUCATION FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to reskill veterans and service leavers for new careers in construction. The charity will upscale to open additional sites, providing an additional 200 training and employment opportunities this year.
25/06/2020 £83,318 £482,200 CARE AFTER COMBAT Funding allowed the group to continue to support their beneficiaries, tackling loneliness and reoffending.
25/06/2020 £250,000 £14,606,000 COMBAT STRESS Funding allowed the group to accelerate the delivery of a Digital Veterans’ Mental Health Service, much needed due to the Covid-19 pandemic while support cannot be accessed in person.
25/06/2020 £15,000 £69,744 COMMUNITIES FIJI BRITAIN Funding enabled the group to deal with an increased demand in casework due to Covid-19. The organisation supports Fijians residing in the UK who are serving in the UK armed forces, veterans and their dependents.
25/06/2020 £27,270 £3,158,360 DEAFBLIND UK Funding allowed the group to offer an enhanced and expanded helpline service to veterans, offering practical assistance and advice alongside wellbeing and emotional support.
25/06/2020 £150,000 £32,479,833 HELP FOR HEROES Funding enabled the group to provide psychological wellbeing support to wounded veterans and their families, meeting the increase in demand due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £32,475 £470,138 HORSEBACK UK Funding allowed the group to continue to provide services to their members, adapting to meet current social distancing requirements, and offering immediate digital delivery
25/06/2020 £60,000 £30,247 ICARUS THEATRE COLLECTIVE LTD Funding allowed the project to meet increased demand during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £882,771 MISSION MOTORSPORT Funding allowed the group to continue their work in support of vulnerable veterans on their families.
25/06/2020 £67,662 NOMAD CONSTRUCTION TRAINING CIC Funding allowed the group to continue its vital work via an online programme; dealing with increased demand for its wellbeing support, mentoring and training.
25/06/2020 £40,000 £681,586 ON COURSE FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to continue to deliver an innovative and adapted programme of activities, offering a positive distraction from the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £100,000 £4,021,665 POPPY FACTORY Funding allowed the group to continue to support Wounded, Injured and Sick veterans including new referrals. The Poppy Factory will also help WIS veterans to stay in work at this exceptionally difficult time.
25/06/2020 £35,000 £303,988 PTSD RESOLUTION LTD Funding allowed the group to continue to support veterans, including an increase in clients. They will continue to conduct sessions virtually, offering videoconferencing counselling.
25/06/2020 £50,000 £5,106,000 QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL BIRMINGHAM CHARITY Funding allowed the group to continue to support Fisher House,  which supports UK military personnel and their families.
25/06/2020 £93,750 £17,209,000 RAF ASSOCIATION The RAF Association provided crucial friendship and support to the RAF family during the COVID-19 crisis, in particular older RAF veterans and their loved ones who are vulnerable during this time and are experiencing increased loneliness and isolation as a result of self-isolation and shielding.
25/06/2020 £21,400 £128,367 READING FORCE Funding allowed the group to meet extra demand during the Covid-19 pandemic for books and scrapbooks for Service families.
25/06/2020 £58,920 RECRUIT FOR SPOUSES CAREER ACADEMY CIC Funding allowed the group to create an online digital platform, providing collaborative employment development resources and support for spouses with the aim to secure ongoing career success within our military community.
25/06/2020 £55,000 £870,992 SAILORS CHILDRENS SOCIETY Funding allowed the group to continue to support their beneficiaries in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £667,236 SCOTTY'S LITTLE SOLDIERS Funding allowed the group to continue providing intensive mental health and emotional wellbeing support to 410 priority, vulnerable bereaved forces children nationwide in response to Covid-19, by reducing their isolation and anxiety during 'lockdown' and preparing them for and supporting them through their emergence into society's 'new normal', disrupted education and lives.
25/06/2020 £15,952 SPINAL INJURIES ASSOCIATION The group provided specialist information, support and advocacy to spinal cord injured people and their families from the Armed Forces through provision of peer support, counselling, engagement with healthcare professionals and advice.
25/06/2020 £41,436 £1,827,488 ST JOHN & RED CROSS DEFENCE MEDICAL WELFARE SERVICE (DMWS) Funding allowed the group to continue to offer their phone-based rapid response welfare service to the Armed Forces community who are on a healthcare pathway.
25/06/2020 £59,780 £5,223 STEP TOGETHER VOLUNTEERING Funding allowed the group to focus on helping clients maintain and improve their mental wellbeing, finding ways to lessen the impact of social isolation. They will create online resources and develop a range of new ways to engage, tailoring the support to each individual.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £682,408 SUPPORTING WOUNDED VETERANS LTD Funding allowed the group to adapt its programmes to provide meaningful and engaging online support, including additional pain management clinics for those unable to attend hospital appointments. 
25/06/2020 £59,600 THE BRITISH NUCLEAR TEST VETERANS ASSOCIATION (BNTVA) Funding enabled the group to provide tablet computers to their elderly veterans allowing them to host a virtual reunion, offering support to alleviate anxiety, social isolation and loneliness
25/06/2020 £20,000 THE FELIX FUND Funding allowed the group to continue to offer welfare and mental health support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £561,041 THE MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS FOUNDATION Funding allowed the group to continue to provide support to their choir network.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £1,346,751 THE NOT FORGOTTEN ASSOCIATION Funding allowed the group to continue to provide comfort and cheer to those elderly veterans who are isolated, lonely and most vulnerable during this pandemic.
25/06/2020 £158,500 £1,526,000 THE ROYAL AIR FORCE BENEVOLENT FUND Funding supported COVID-19 related services for increased need and demand around social isolation and emotional wellbeing support. Funding would also cover adaptations to ensure staff safely continue providing services to beneficiaries, directly and in supporting roles.
25/06/2020 £158,500 £17,941,297 THE ROYAL NAVY AND ROYAL MARINES CHARITY Funding ensured that RNRMC can continue to deliver our ambitious funding strategy to support the naval family of beneficiaries in the face of increased expenditure to response to the Covid crisis.
25/06/2020 £250,000 £44,931,000 THE SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN AND FAMILIES ASSOCIATION - FORCES HELP Funding enabled the group to address urgent welfare concerns within the Armed Forces community that have been severely exacerbated by COVID-19. This includes boosting capacity of their existing Forcesline, Casework and Mentoring services to create a referral pathway for beneficiaries who are trapped in increasingly dire personal circumstances.
25/06/2020 £24,000 £208,826 THE VETERANS CHARITY Funding allowed the group to continue to support their beneficiaries in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, including increased demand for their rapid support.
25/06/2020 £58,985 £607,429 THE WARRIOR PROGRAMME Funding allowed the group to provide its usual services, but online, supporting their existing beneficiaries as well as the wave of additional veterans and family members coming forward for help due to Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £1,888,995 VETERANS AID Funding enabled the group to help veterans who are homeless, facing homelessness, or in crisis, address their problems, empower them with necessary skills and achieve their own maximum potential
25/06/2020 £80,000 WALKING WITH THE WOUNDED Funding allowed the group to continue to support their beneficiaries, including an increased demand for their services during the Covid-19 pandemic.
25/06/2020 £60,000 £407,919 WATERLOO UNCOVERED Funding enabled the group to continue to support veterans and serving military personnel through their unique support programme focused around a ground-breaking archaeological excavation at the Waterloo Battlefield.
25/06/2020 £11,108 £1,690,283 CARDIFF CITY FC FOUNDATION Funding allowed the project to support their beneficiaries through alternative channels in the absence of face-to-face contact during Covid-19.
25/06/2020 £23,460 £1,656,816 CARE AND REPAIR (NORTH EAST WALES) Funding allowed the group to reduce the isolation and impact of Covid on vulnerable veterans through furniture up-cycling workshops, where veterans can make use of their skills while providing practical help for those in need of basic furniture.
25/06/2020 £60,000 THE BRITISH TRAINING BOARD Funding enabled the group to provide remote support to current and new members of the Armed Forces Community across Wales, including career development, skills translation to accredited qualifications and employability skills.
25/06/2020 £21,651 £112,735 THE VC GALLERY Funding allowed the group to continue to offer important services to the Armed Forces community throughout Pembrokeshire by responding to the individuals’ needs, be they support with housing, financial problems or wellbeing concerns.
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Cumulative Grants
Amount Grantee
£250,000 THE SOLDIERS, SAILORS, AIRMEN AND FAMILIES ASSOCIATION - FORCES HELP
£250,000 THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION
£250,000 ROYAL BRITISH LEGION INDUSTRIES
£250,000 ERSKINE  
£250,000 COMBAT STRESS
£158,500 THE ROYAL NAVY AND ROYAL MARINES CHARITY
£158,500 THE ROYAL AIR FORCE BENEVOLENT FUND
£158,500 ABF THE SOLDIERS CHARITY
£150,000 HELP FOR HEROES
£125,000 THE ROYAL MARINES CHARITABLE TRUST FUND
£125,000 ROYAL HOSPITAL OF CHELSEA
£125,000 EARL HAIG FUND SCOTLAND (POPPY SCOTLAND)
£125,000 CARE FOR VETERANS (FORMERLY THE QUEEN ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL HOME)
£125,000 BROUGHTON HOUSE HOME FOR EX-SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN
£125,000 BRITISH LIMBLESS EX-SERVICEMEN’S ASSOCIATION
£125,000 BLIND VETERANS UK
£100,000 POPPY FACTORY
£93,750 RAF ASSOCIATION
£92,250 THE SIR OSWALD STOLL FOUNDATION
£83,318 CARE AFTER COMBAT
£80,000 WALKING WITH THE WOUNDED
£67,662 NOMAD CONSTRUCTION TRAINING CIC
£62,462 ALABARé CHRISTIAN CARE AND SUPPORT
£60,000 WATERLOO UNCOVERED
£60,000 VETERANS AID
£60,000 THE ROYAL STAR AND GARTER HOMES
£60,000 THE NOT FORGOTTEN ASSOCIATION
£60,000 THE MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS FOUNDATION
£60,000 THE BRITISH TRAINING BOARD
£60,000 SUPPORTING WOUNDED VETERANS LTD
£60,000 SCOTTY'S LITTLE SOLDIERS
£60,000 MISSION MOTORSPORT
£60,000 ICARUS THEATRE COLLECTIVE LTD
£59,780 STEP TOGETHER VOLUNTEERING
£59,600 THE BRITISH NUCLEAR TEST VETERANS ASSOCIATION (BNTVA)
£58,985 THE WARRIOR PROGRAMME
£58,920 RECRUIT FOR SPOUSES CAREER ACADEMY CIC
£58,565 FINCHALE GROUP
£57,000 INVICTUS GAMES FOUNDATION
£56,333 WIGAN BOROUGH ARMED FORCES HQ CIC
£55,000 SAILORS CHILDRENS SOCIETY
£52,372 THE ELY CENTRE
£52,206 THE ADVOCACY PEOPLE
£50,480 TOM HARRISON HOUSE
£50,250 BUILDING HEROES EDUCATION FOUNDATION
£50,000 THE BRIDGE FOR HEROES
£50,000 RFEA - THE REGULAR FORCES EMPLOYMENT CHARITY
£50,000 QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL BIRMINGHAM CHARITY
£48,539 THE MATTHEW PROJECT
£45,849 BRAVEHOUND
£41,436 ST JOHN & RED CROSS DEFENCE MEDICAL WELFARE SERVICE (DMWS)
£40,000 ON COURSE FOUNDATION
£40,000 IMPROVING LIVES PLYMOUTH
£40,000 BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELD
£39,000 FUTURE FOR HEROES
£37,580 MAXIMUM EDGE C.I.C.
£35,000 PTSD RESOLUTION LTD
£35,000 GROUNDWORK MANCHESTER SALFORD STOCKPORT TAMESIDE AND TRAFFORD
£32,475 HORSEBACK UK
£31,610 SPECIAL BOAT SERVICE ASSOCIATION
£31,176 VETERANS OUTREACH SUPPORT
£30,000 SURF ACTION
£29,664 THE ROYAL AIR FORCE CENTRAL FUND
£27,675 VETERANS CHANGE PARTNERSHIP CIC
£27,270 DEAFBLIND UK
£26,386 EAST SUSSEX VETERANS HUB
£26,306 HOME START RICHMONDSHIRE
£25,000 THE VETERANS HUB WEYMOUTH & PORTLAND CIC
£25,000 HISTORIC ARMY AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRUST
£24,074 CAN INTERNATIONAL
£24,000 THE VETERANS CHARITY
£23,460 CARE AND REPAIR (NORTH EAST WALES)
£21,769 DIG IN
£21,651 THE VC GALLERY
£21,400 READING FORCE
£20,160 BRIGHT HORIZONS DAYCARE CENTRE
£20,000 THE FELIX FUND
£20,000 TEAM ENDEAVOUR RACING UK CIC
£20,000 HELP 4 HOMELESS VETERANS
£20,000 CENTRAL BANK LISBURN STATION
£18,000 SHOTS IN THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
£17,981 BURNLEY FC IN THE COMMUNITY
£16,689 CATTERICK GARRISON PRESCHOOL GROUP
£15,952 SPINAL INJURIES ASSOCIATION
£15,000 COMMUNITIES FIJI BRITAIN
£14,443 OXFORD PARENT INFANT PROJECT
£14,416 STAND EASY
£14,269 VETERANS IN COMMUNITIES
£12,885 THISTLE HEALTH AND WELLBEING
£12,836 SMART SAVINGS SOUTH WEST CIC
£11,108 CARDIFF CITY FC FOUNDATION
£10,000 KARTFORCE
£9,881 SHEFFIELD MIND LTD
£9,230 SHARKS COMMUNITY TRUST
£9,000 QUICK RESPONSE MEMORIAL WOODLAND
£9,000 FRIENDS OF WAVELL
£8,160 HULL FC COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
£7,770 GLOUCESTER RUGBY FOUNDATION
£7,574 OPERATION VETERAN CIC
£7,016 RAF BRIZE NORTON PRE SCHOOL
£4,800 MINDFULNESS SCOTLAND
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