The Royal Commonwealth Ex-Services League, founded in 1921, represents the interests of those who have served with either the British or Commonwealth Forces to ensure that no ex-serviceman or woman is without help if they are in need of care.
The 2016 British Services Expedition led by the Naval Service. The Expedition aims to climb Dhaulagiri (the world’s 7th highest mountain) in order to provide a demanding adventurous training challenge for military personnel across all three services.
Founded 2004 by veterans of the Battle of Kohima in India during World War II to aid education of Naga children.
The original purpose of the company was to safeguard the quality of shipbuilding in London. Today the Company donates annually to maritime related individuals and companies.
The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) is an independent think tank engaged in cutting edge defence and security research. Founded in 1831 by the Duke of Wellington, RUSI embodies nearly two centuries of forward thinking, free discussion and careful reflection… Read More
On Course Foundation provides long-term benefits for wounded, injured and sick (WIS) Servicemen, women and veterans through monthly, nationwide, golf skills and employment training events.
The Staffordshire Regiment Museum tells the story of the Staffordshire Regiment and all its antecedents from its formation in Lichfield in 1705.
The Foundation is a not for profit organisation which provides large scale youth development programmes primarily for school students and teaches character development and maritime education through experiential learning.
Founded in 1994, the archaelogical Trust is charged with the excavation and conservation of all historic wrecks in Alderney’s territorial waters. It is currently focussed on Alderney’s Elizabethan wreck which sank in 1592.