LIBOR 2017: grant commitments

Updated 22 November 2017

Organisation Commitment Description
1st The Queen’s Dragoons Guards £28,000 To support community welfare facilities at Robertson Barracks in Swanton Morley, Norfolk.
30th Signal Regiment £27,700 To provide welfare facilities for Junior Ranks at Gamecock Barracks in Warwickshire.
6 Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps £40,000 To support the Regimental Community Centre for Armed Forces personnel and their families at Dishforth Airfield, Yorkshire.
65 Degrees North £298,000 To support the rehabilitation of wounded or injured ex-Service personnel through challenging adventures to enhance recovery, develop skills and prove that there is ‘life beyond injury’.
Armed Forces Para Snowsports Team £612,000 To enable Armed Forces wounded, injured or sick personnel and Veterans to participate in 2 new adaptive winter sports at the 2022 Winter Games: ParaNordic and ParaSnowboarding.
Army Benevolent Fund - The Soldiers Charity £1,225,444 To provide a bespoke medical welfare service for the Armed Forces community across Southern England.
Army Cadet Force Association £151,128 To support 96 ACF members and 48 injured service personnel and Veterans in sailing a tall ship around Britain, as part of the ‘Round Britain Challenge’, to commemorate World War 1.
Army Families Federation £194,000 To establish a tri-service online information platform for all Armed Forces families, drawing on other families’ experiences.
Army Welfare Service £100,000 To support the provision of Specialist Welfare Providers across the MoD in the ‘Safe and Together’ approach to Domestic Abuse.
Army Welfare Service £31,857 To upgrade welfare facilities for Service personnel and families at Venning Barracks in Donnington, Shropshire.
Army Welfare Service £62,000 To improve community welfare facilities at Fulwood Barracks in Preston, Lancashire.
Army Welfare Service £14,838 To develop the Kinloss Activities Building into a vibrant community centre for Armed Forces families living in Kinloss and the surrounding area.
Army Welfare Service £59,781 To upgrade community welfare facilities at the Weeton Barracks Community Centre in Preston, Lancashire.
Association of ex-Service Drop-In Centres (ASDIC) £145,089 To support over 50 Veterans’ Drop In Centres across the UK.
Blackpool Merchant Navy Association £5,200 To enable older veterans to engage in remembrance and commemoration activities.
British Limbless Ex Servicemen’s Association £684,000 To create a new Blesma, National Outreach Team to support beneficiaries, both serving and retired, across the UK.
British Limbless Ex-Servicemen’s Association £205,694 To support limbless Veterans across Wales and the Border counties.
British Red Cross Society Royal Charter £649,625 To support the ‘Resilient Responders’ programme providing resilience and improved wellbeing of Emergency Services personnel at British Red Cross and Fire and Rescue Services of South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire.
Care and Repair North East Wales Limited £292,482 To support training and work opportunities for Veterans in North East Wales.
Catterick Garrison £18,960 To renovate welfare facilities for Service personnel and families at Catterick Garrison in Yorkshire.
Changing Lives £140,500 To support Veterans experiencing complex combinations of homelessness, mental health problems, offending and addiction in Northumberland.
Charlies Old Codgers Foundation £5,000 To support the provision of wellbeing assistance through pet visits to socially isolated Veterans in Scotland and the North of England.
Child Bereavement UK £61,219 To develop Bereavement Support training for Air Ambulance service crews, doctors and paramedics, across the UK.
Combat Stress £500,000 To expand integrated community outpatient mental health support to Veterans in to the North of England.
Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust £36,000 To provide welfare and pastoral accommodation in Cornwall for Air Ambulance paramedics, doctors and aircrew.
Dame Agnes Weston’s Royal Sailors Rests £19,830 To provide welfare support to Royal Navy personnel in Rosyth.
Defence Petroleum Training Squadron (DPTS) £40,000 To provide a welfare facility to support Armed Forces personnel and their families serving at the Defence Petroleum Training Squadron in West Moors, Dorset.
Earl Haig Fund Scotland (Poppy Scotland) £48,634 To support the introduction of the ‘Armed Services Advice’ project to members of the Armed Forces community in Ayrshire.
Edith Cavell Fund for Nurses £291,400 To support Nursing Professionals and their families.
Erskine Hospital £124,031 To support dementia care for Veterans across Scotland.
Extern NI £60,000 To support Veterans in the Criminal Justice System in Northern Ireland.
Glen Art £530,000 To establish ‘Bravehound’, an Assistance Dog programme across Scotland, for Veterans coping with PTSD, mental health issues and physical injury.
Help for Heroes £1,441,370 To provide bespoke quality of life support for life-limited, very seriously injured and brain injured Veterans and their families.
Highground Projects Limited £115,820 To continue delivering Horticultural Therapy for injured serving personnel both at Headley Court and at the new Defence National Rehabilitation Centre in Nottinghamshire.
HMS Sultan £60,000 To modernise welfare facilities for Junior Ranks at HMS Sultan in Gosport, Hampshire.
HMS Temeraire £300,000 To develop an Outdoor Centre for Royal Navy personnel and families at Porthkerris in Cornwall.
Home-Start Richmondshire £64,937 To provide an outreach Home-Start service for Armed Forces families in Darlington.
Invictus Games Partnership (MoD) £350,000 To deliver a UK Delegation to the 2018 Invictus Games.
Islay & Jura Community Enterprises Limited £17,167 To support Veterans and retired Emergency Services personnel on Islay.
Jon Egging Trust £224,203 To support the provision of training for Armed Forces volunteers delivering the ‘Blue Skies’ and ‘Inspirational Outreach’ youth engagement programmes.
Lincolnshire Bomber Command Memorial £668,383 To contribute towards the World War 2 Bomber Command, ‘Recognition, Remembrance and Reconciliation’ project.
Logistic Specialist Training Wing, 73 Training Squadron £9,475 To provide social, recreational and welfare facilities for trainees at RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire.
Medical Directorate Defence Medical Services £297,530 To enable a world class research facility, focused on prevention, detection and treatment of hearing loss, balance disorders and tinnitus for serving Armed Forces personnel and Veterans.
Military Wives Choirs Foundation £50,000 To support 1,500 members of the 74 Military Wives Choirs in commemorating the centenary of World War 2, through music: ‘Remembering women, both then and now’.
MOD Cadets £1,000,000 To deliver a portfolio grant scheme for Armed Forces Cadet Units.
NHS Highland Health Board £1,042,911 To provide continued mental health support thorough ‘Veterans First Point’ in partnership with Poppy Scotland, for Veterans in the North of Scotland.
Nubian Jak Community Trust £98,000 To support the increased participation of African and Caribbean Commonwealth Veterans of World War 2 and their families in National Remembrance activities.
One Ark Limited £558,263 To provide a ‘Housing Pathway’ for 280 homeless Veterans and former Emergency Services personnel, within and around Greater Manchester.
Oxfordshire Play Association £98,535 To provide community support facilities to Service families at RAF Benson and Dalton Barracks in Oxfordshire.
Pete’s Dragons £80,000 To establish a ‘Suicide-safer’ community for Emergency Services personnel across the South West of England.
Police Treatment Centres £1,500,000 To expand the Police Treatment Centre in Harrogate, providing increased Psychological Wellbeing support to the Police and other Emergency Services personnel.
RAF Brize Norton £250,000 To renovate welfare facilities and provide a safe space for children, young people and their families based at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
RAF Shawbury £2,000 To modernise welfare facilities for Junior Ranks at RAF Shawbury in Shropshire.
RAF Shawbury £74,598 To provide a local, safe, recreational area for Service families at RAF Shawbury in Shropshire.
RAF Valley £80,000 To support the ‘Hawking’s Recreation Play Park’ project, providing community cohesion at RAF Valley in Wales.
Sailors Children’s Society £50,000 To provide respite support for Royal Navy and Royal Marines families who have suffered a traumatic event, bereavement or diagnosis of a life changing illness.
Scottish Mountain Rescue £646,803 To provide practical support to safeguard Mountain Rescue personnel working in hazardous environments.
Single Homeless Action Initiative In Durham (SHAID) £61,000 To support the provision of accommodation for Homeless Veterans in Durham.
South West Scotland RnR £130,500 To provide training for Veterans in the Transport Sector in Scotland.
Special Air Service Regimental Association £96,127 To support a place for reflection, memory and consolation in Hereford Cathedral.
SSAFA the Armed Forces charity £1,000,000 To enhance the provision of personal face to face support to meet the changing and increasingly complex needs of the Armed Forces community.
Supporting Wounded Veterans Ltd £1,054,800 To expand and develop a proven Pain Management Programme for wounded Veterans across the UK.
The Berlin Infantry Brigade Memorial Trust £30,000 To support Junior Ranks to participate in Sport and Adventurous Activities.
The British Gurkha Nepalese Association £55,000 To support 200 vulnerable pre-1997 retired Gurkha Veterans and their families living in the London Borough of Brent, to transition to living within the UK.
The British Wheelchair Sports Foundation £16,805 To support Armed Forces personnel with spinal cord injuries to attend the Inter Spinal Unit Games.
The Burma Star Association £100,000 To support Veterans of the 1942-1945 Burma Campaign.
The Defence School of Policing and Guarding £7,500 To upgrade welfare facilities for serving personnel and families at Southwick Park in Hampshire.
The Ely Centre Ltd £962,582 To support the physical and mental wellbeing of injured Police Officers and their families in Northern Ireland.
The Fire Fighters Charity £1,416,262 To contribute towards establishing a Recovery Centre, to provide a centre of excellence delivering high quality emotional wellbeing services for Fire and Rescue Services personnel.
The Kings Church £49,920 To provide a weekly drop-in service for Veterans and their families, in Lanarkshire.
The ManKind Initiative £190,000 To provide training and a helpline service to support male victims of domestic abuse.
The Marine Society and Sea Cadets £304,000 To provide an interactive online portal enabling 14,000 Sea Cadets to manage their training progression and stay connected.
The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux £515,635 To provide debt advice and financial capability training, in partnership with the FirstLight Trust, tailored to the needs of Veterans and Emergency Services personnel.
The National Memorial Arboretum Company Ltd £500,000 To contribute towards the construction of a ‘Permanent Event Building’ at the National Memorial Arboretum, to support over 200 Armed Forces and Emergency Services memorial dedication and remembrance events every year.
The Naval Families Federation £111,559 To support dispersed Naval Service families.
The Not Forgotten Association (NFA) £294,000 To restore the confidence, boost the morale and improve the wellbeing of over 12,000 members of the Armed Forces Community.
The Open University £500,000 To support scholarships for disabled Veterans, empowering former Armed Forces personnel to fulfil their potential.
The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home £153,546 To provide an ‘Enhanced Speech and Language Therapy’ project for disabled Veterans.
The Ripple Pond £94,435 To expand the ‘Ripple’ Peer Support Network, providing support to families of injured serving and former Armed Forces personnel.
The Riverside Group Limited £49,249 To support the ‘Find your voice, Share your voice’ project, providing support to Veterans with PTSD.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund £1,000,000 To enhance the morale and wellbeing of serving Royal Air Force personnel and their families.
The Royal British Legion £1,500,000 To expand the ‘Veterans’ Returns’ project enabling World War 2 Veterans to reconnect with their past through supported tours to areas in which they saw active service.
The Royal British Legion £1,500,000 To deliver National Commemoration Events marking the anniversaries of Zeebrugge 100, Monte Cassino 75, Op Banner 50 and the Berlin Airlift 50.
The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry £35,000 To support an ‘Access Pathway’ into the NHS for Armed Forces personnel, Veterans and spouses.
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) £1,500,000 To support serving personnel of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and their families.
The Royal Navy And Royal Marines Children’s Fund £270,000 To support the ‘Emergency Essentials Grant Scheme’ providing rapid assistance in times of crisis to vulnerable children and families.
The Scar Free Foundation £2,995,300 To support the Scar Free Foundation Centre for Conflict Wound Research, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, with research to address the impact of scaring and loss of function amongst Armed Forces personnel.
The Venture Trust £699,384 To scale up the ground-breaking ‘Positive Futures’ service, to support Veterans in Scotland struggling with the transition to civilian life.
The Warrior Programme £839,383 To support serving Armed Forces personnel experiencing significant distress.
The Welsh Air Ambulance Charitable Trust £84,000 To provide mental health awareness, resilience and Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) training to Air Ambulance personnel in Wales.
Tom Harrison House £217,958 To provide a full community reintegration support service for Veterans with addiction difficulties.
Veterans Outreach £150,000 To provide a unique blend of general welfare, wellbeing and mental health support to Armed Forces and Merchant Navy Veterans and their families.
Walking With The Wounded £600,000 To provide Employment Advisors embedded in Veterans’ temporary accommodation and NHS mental health teams, across the UK.
Wessex Children’s Hospice Trust £95,000 To provide palliative care services, specialist medical support, end of life care and ongoing bereavement counselling to life-limited or life-threatened children from Armed Forces families.
Wings for Warriors £25,550 To support the creation of the world’s first flying school specifically for disabled Veterans, at Aberdeen International Airport.
Zimbabwe A National Emergency (ZANE) £1,313,081 To support 583 Commonwealth ex-Servicemen, women and widows living in extreme poverty in Zimbabwe.