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Research to improve delivery of the Armed Forces Covenant across Great Britain

Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) has commissioned research organisations Shared Intelligence and NatCen, to look in to how organisations, excluding local authorities and government departments, are delivering pledges under the Armed Forces Covenant in Great Britain. The decision to commission this research came about from the impact of FiMT’s Our Community-Our Covenant report and the […]

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Universal Credit for armed forces personnel and their families

Universal Credit is a single monthly payment that will eventually replace some of the benefits and tax credits you may have claimed previously. Serving personnel and their families may be entitled to Universal Credit when the serving member is temporarily posted overseas. If you and/or your partner are responsible for paying rent for the home […]

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Useful resources

A collection of resources to help local authorities support the armed forces. It includes examples of best practice websites and links to relevant organisations. Veterans and Families’ Directory of Services (VFDS) An easy-to-use application to help organisations and front-line staff that work with and support Veterans and military families has been launched by Northumbria University, […]

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Covenant fund large grants 2015 to 2016

Find out which organisations received the large grants for the covenant fund

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Left to right Royal Air Force, British Army and Royal Navy caps sitting in a row on a step

Can I get covenant funding?

Find out if you are eligible for funding

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