The Royal Marines Charity exists to help the entire Royal Marines family. We are strong believers in once a Marine, always a Marine. We offer a range of services to both serving and veterans. If you need help, The Royal Marines Charity is here for you. From financial assistance to advice on finding a second, meaningful career. Explore our website or contact us to find out more.

Grants
For those in need

We seek to support our wounded and injured in any way we can. But we also seek to improve the quality of life for each and every Royal Marine. And we continue this support long after our people have severed their formal links to the Corps. Read more »

Jobs
Building successful new careers

We have built enduring relationships with some of the UK's leading companies, this enables us to help Royal Marines who are leaving the Corps find meaningful second careers. Visit our jobs page to view current vacancies. Read more »

Events
Great Events for a Great Cause

We run a year round calendar of events, which take place across the country. There is something for everyone and all proceeds go directly to assist the charity in making sure that no Royal Marine is left behind. Read more »

Fundraising
Supporting Royal Marines

The Charity relies on you to raise much needed funds, and our supporters certainly rise to the challenge, and have a lot of fun along the way. Visit our fundraising page to see how you could get involved. Read more »

Next Event

Jurassic Coast Weekend Trek

Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, to Orcombe Point in East Devon, the Jurassic Coast – England’s first Natural World Heritage Site – is the most geologically diverse coastline in the world. The exposed cliff sections allow you to look back through 185 million years o.... Read More »

Testimonials

Triple amputee, Mark Ormrod Receives Further Support from the Royal Marines Charity

"The injuries I sustained in Afghanistan changed my life....but they do not define it. The skil....

Triple Amputee, Captain Jon White Receives Life-Changing Support from the RMC

Jon White was injured by an IED 3 ½ years ago while serving as a Captain with 40 Commando Roy....

A New Lease of Life (and garden) for Former Royal Marines Jason Burns and his Family

During a mortar attack in 16 Sep 2010 whilst WO2 Jason Burns was serving with 30 Commando, he trippe....

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