British Army Veterans launch new suicide intervention website on St George's Day

Today, on St George’s Day, Northern Ireland Veterans from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers marked the public launch of their new Fusiliers vs Suicide suicide intervention website by laying a wreath at the Cenotaph at Belfast City Hall, to remember their colleagues and other Veterans who have lost their lives to suicide.  Due to Covid-19 […]

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Waterloo Uncovered 2020 Impact Report

Waterloo Uncovered have released their 2020 Impact Report.

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NAAFI Fund supports serving personnel and families with more than £700,000 of funding

The NAAFI Welfare Fund Board supported by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust is pleased to announce the first awards made to Forces units across the UK and overseas under the NAAFI Fund.

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Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill publishes final report on Bill

The Select Committee on the Armed Forces Bill published their report on 22 April.

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Charlie's Garden

Our NIVSO team member and Regional Coordinator for The Defence Gardens Scheme in Northern Ireland, Charlie Marno, takes us on a whistle-stop video tour of his garden!

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PTSD Resolution Survey: Veteran’s Mental Health Journey

PTSD Resolution have published the initial results of a survey which looks at the journey a veteran takes when seeking mental health support.

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Force for Change funding

Round one funding for the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust Force for Change Programme closes on Monday.

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Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month

A number of UK charities have joined together to celebrate Limb Loss and Limb Difference Awareness Month this April.

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Enhanced Learning Credits, Further and Higher Education scheme changes for veterans

Changes to the Enhanced Learning Credits, Further Education and Higher Education schemes come into effect from 30 March 2021.

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New £6 million programme launched: Sustaining Support to Armed Forces Communities

The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust has launched a new, £6 million programme to support existing charitable activities and services for Armed Forces communities, in need of short-term grant support due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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