Useful Links

Age Concern
ABF – The Soldiers’ Charity
Army Widows Association
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Cruse
Department of Work and Pensions
Houses of Parliament
Friends of War Memorials
Mesothelioma – US website with information about asbestos and linked conditions.
National Council of Women
National Memorial Arboretum
RAFA
RAF Widows’ Association
Remembrance Travel
Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
Royal Air Force Community
Royal Naval Association
Royal Naval Benevolent Trust
Royal Navy Royal Marines Widows Association
Scottish War Blinded – provides former members of the armed forces, who have a significant visual impairment, assistance that will enable them to live independent and fulfilling lives.
Scotty’s Little Soldiers – A charity dedicated to supporting bereaved British Forces Children aged 0-18 years. Support is available to families from the British Army, Royal Navy or RAF, regular and reserves and is not limited to those killed in action. Children who have lost a parent through illness or accident are also eligible as long as their parent was a serving member of the British Forces at the time of their death, or was medically discharged due to a condition which eventually led to their death.
Service Personnel and Veterans Agency (SPVA)
St Andrew’s Society for Ladies in need
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) – “Lifelong support for our forces and their families”
The Confederation of British Service and Ex-Service Organisations – COBSEO is established to represent, promote and further the interests of Service and ex-Service men and women of all ranks, and of their spouses and dependants
The Not Forgotten Association – Providing entertainment and recreation for the serving wounded and the ex-Service community with disabilities.
The Royal British Legion
UK Ministry of Defence
Victory Services Club
Women’s Royal Army Corps Association (Incorp. the QMAAC & ATS old Comrades Assoc.)
Union Jack ClubFULL members of the War Widows’ Association are afforded the privilege of being able to be a Temporary Honorary Member of the Union Jack Club (UJC) allowing Full Members access to the club’s facilities although it does not allow you to take guests. To find out how to obtain your Membership Card click here.
The Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society