Military charities determined to put money where it’s most needed.
Covenant in action
Injured, sick and wounded Service personnel are finding a new direction in life thanks to two charities
Digby War Memorial Hall in Lincolnshire secures £20,000 AF Covenant Grant
Covenant Grant helps with tapestry project to celebrate 100 years of the army barracks association with Staffordshire local community
This short video explains the core commitments of the Covenant, why we need it and what it means to the Armed Forces family and local communities.
Chief of Defence People, Lieutenant General Richard Nugee, explains what the Armed Forces Covenant is all about in 60 seconds
From today, when Armed Forces Personnel are assigned overseas, they won’t get any nasty dents in their UK car insurance deals as a result. No cancellation fees will have to be paid and no claims bonuses will now be protected for up to three years. Thanks to an Armed Forces Covenant commitment made by the UK’s biggest […]
More and more military are buying their own homes thanks to an Armed Forces “Home a loan” scheme.
Forces in Mind Trust and the Local Government Association have commissioned a survey on how local covenant pledges are being delivered; complete the survey and have your say
UK state schools can bid for extra support for service families’ children from the MOD Education Support Fund before 30 September 2016