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Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity

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Giving a better quality of life to serving and former...

We provide a single focus for charities that support Naval Service personnel.

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity exist to provide a better quality of life for serving and former Naval Service personnel and their families. This includes the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Maritime Reserves, QARNNS (Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service), and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and former members of the Women’s Royal Naval Service.

We are here to support the whole Naval family who are in need, suffering hardship or in distress. We do this through our grants to the Naval charities which provide through-life care to those whose service might be long behind them but can always call on the safety net available to them.

We also exist to improve the morale and professional wellbeing of serving personnel and their families. So, we provide funds for a huge variety of projects and opportunities.

We can't do this without your help.

What You Can Do To Support Us

There are many ways in which you can support the work of the RNRMC, including volunteering; holding – or attending  – a fundraising event; donating to the charity through payroll giving, standing order or post; or by leaving a gift in your will.

Please visit www.rnrmc.org.uk for more details.

You can also follow the charity on Facebook and Twitter.

Click here to read the charity’s report for 2012.

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