Afghanistan Veterans’ Fund Opens for Applications

Posted on: December 29, 2021

Grants of between £35,000 and £300,000 are available to help UK Armed Forces charities increase capacity in services and initiatives that offer supportive comradeship, engagement and wellbeing efforts for veterans who have served in Afghanistan and other recent conflicts and the wider veterans community. Organisations are invited to apply for one of four strands of funding from the Afghanistan Veterans’ Fund for projects that respond to the increased needs in veterans by improving wellbeing and resilience, and promoting good mental health. Funding is being made available by the Office for Veterans’ Affairs and will be administered by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust.

The deadline for applications is the 17th January 2022.

Click here to read more :

Author: Jade Bolton
Categories: News

Leave a Reply

Related Posts

Community Initiative Fund 2022/23

The Community Initiatives Fund is designed to help parish & town councils, community groups, clubs, societies and voluntary organisations improve their local community. The £300,000 fund is for grants of up to £10,000 towards capital or revenue projects that benefit the wider community.​ This fund excludes projects that deliver their work outside the administrative area
Read more…


Social Prescribing Link Worker – South Uttlesford PCN

This is a Fixed Term Position to start 25 th July 2022 for 6-9 months (maternity cover) We are looking to recruit a Social Prescribing Link Worker to join our friendly, dynamic and progressive primary care network in South Uttlesford. About South Uttlesford PCN South Uttlesford PCN comprises 5 General Practices working in conjunction with
Read more…


The Power of Digital Communities

The Essex Coronavirus Action Support Facebook Community was set up during the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. It was a collaboration between Essex County Council (ECC) and the Essex Public Health Team as well as local Facebook admins. It focuses on three objectives: preventing the spread of infection, informing Essex residents of guidance and assisting
Read more…