RMA – The Royal Marines Charity Health & Wellbeing team recently held a two-day weekend course for 20 of our many wonderful Royal Marines Association Support Volunteers (RMASV) who had travelled from far and wide to attend.
Our Health & Wellbeing team facilitated an influential and very well-attended Suicide Awareness Symposium at the Gordon Messenger Centre Commando Training Centre Royal Marines in Lympstone at the beginning of September.
This week, we look back on Remembrance Sunday, invite you to check out some of the once-in-a-lifetime experiences offered through our Online Auction site, and hail more amazing work and fundraising.
Veteran Royal Marine Commandos Joe Winch and Jon White, together with RMA Director of Development Tom Wilson, made a successful whistle-stop visit to Boston, Massachusetts in September.
This is the first-ever exercise to collect feedback from the veterans’ community across the UK coordinated by the Office for Veterans’ Affairs and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
This week, we are again reminded of the amazing work and fundraising that takes place year-round on behalf of our Royal Marines Family, a trio of our valued volunteers receive a rich reward – and there are some select half marathon places up for grabs!
RAND Europe is currently undertaking a study for the UK Office for Veterans Affairs (OVA) that seeks to understand the lived experience of non-UK veterans.
Battling serious medical conditions and after a long-drawn out court case for custody of his son, this beneficiary says he ‘is seeing light at the end of tunnel’ thanks to the ongoing support and a £500 grant awarded to him by RMA – The Royal Marines Charity to undertake essential house repairs following a leak.
A Royal Marines Commando has completed the “phenomenal” achievement of running 60 marathons in 60 days.
‘Marathon Man’ Lance Corporal Luke Grainger completed the challenge as part of the RM Commando 80 Challenge.