The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) has partnered with Forces Law, a network of civilian lawyers, for a year-long initiative that offers affordable Will creation in exchange for charitable donations.
Mick Dawson Served with the Royal Marines between 1980 and 1991 and is a Falklands Conﬂict Veteran. He’s about to row the Paciﬁc Ocean with his fellow Veteran, Steve Sparkes, who is blind.
Men and women of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines serve their country, often at times of danger. Established in 1922, the RNBT helps non-commissioned Sailors, Marines and their families (The RNBT Family) throughout their lives. RNBT gives help, in cases of need, to serving and former Royal Naval ratings and Royal Marines other ranks, which includes Reservists; they are known as Primary Beneficiaries. They also help their partners, children and some others connected with them. Their beneficiaries are known collectively as The RNBT Family.
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC) has confirmed that it will award military care home provider, Erskine Homes, a grant of £40,000 to ensure the continued care and support of naval veterans.
As an established provider of care, Erskine looks after around 800 elderly and disabled ex-Service men and women, their spouses and widows/widowers each year. They offer long term residential and respite nursing, dementia and palliative care to its occupants.