Royal Navy and Royal Marines Welfare would like to thank We Remember Submariners for their generous donation.

Anne Burns, Royal Navy and Royal Marines Welfare Team Manager for Scotland

“The donation on the first year helped to establish the Neptune Special Needs Support Group and last year monies went towards purchasing a Remembrance bench in Helensburgh’s Kidston Park,” said Warrant Officer Wynne.

“We are delighted to be able to support the RNRMW on this occasion in recognition of the incredible work they do in helping Armed Forces personnel and their families throughout the region.”

Also at the cheque presentation, which took part at HM Naval Base Clyde’s Belmore House, was Commodore Jim Perks, Commodore of the Submarine Flotilla (SUBFLOT) who praised both the generosity of the charity and the hard work of RNRM Welfare.

“The families of Service personnel are often the unsung heroes,” said Commodore Perks.  “While their loved-one is deployed, helping to keep the country safe, it is the knowledge of the love and support back home that sustains them.

“It is not always easy for our families and the assistance that Royal Navy and Royal Marines Welfare gives is vitally important.  I am very glad that We Remember Submariners has decided to donate this money to them and grateful for their support to the Service community.”

We Remember Submariners raise funds through donations, events and the sale of their unique Memorial pins.

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