Transition Toolkit: Networking

Transition Toolkit: Networking


This month in our Transition Toolkit, we have a guest feature, focusing on Networking. The piece comes from John Heaver, an ex- Royal Marines officer who now leads up Barclays Business Banks Fraud Oversight operations. "Networking is a key skill that the Military leaver must master – t.... Read more »


The Royal Marines Charity launch #LastTenner campaign


On the 2nd of March 2018, shops will no longer accept the old £10 notes, as they are replaced by the latest generation of note. The Royal Marines Charity are asking their generous supporters to donate their #LastTenner to help support Royal Marines & their families in need. To.... Read more »

My Gratitude to The Royal Marines Charity & RMA

My Gratitude to The Royal Marines Charity & RMA


“I am writing to thank you for your recent support and to kindly update you on recent events in the hope that this may be of some interest as an expression of my gratitude to all at The Royal Marines Charity & RMA who have had an input in assisting me.” A Royal Marin.... Read more »


Fundraise for the #RMfamily on Facebook


There are hundreds of ways you could choose to raise money for The Royal Marines Charity and each year thanks to fearless, generous supporters like you thousands of pounds are raised across the world to support the Royal Marines and their families. We’re delighted to announce that our fundr.... Read more »

Support Through Life

Jon White – Support Through Life


In 2010, Jon White was injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), whilst serving as a captain with 40 Commando Royal Marines on Operation HERRICK in Afghanistan. As a consequence, he lost both legs above the knee and his right arm at his elbow. Jon recently received further support from the.... Read more »

Exped Orange

Exped Orange – 1,300 mile trip begins


Two former Royal Marines have started Exped Orange, an expedition that will see them set out to walk the length of the Orange River, helping to raise funds and awareness for Veterans for Wildlife & The Royal Marines Charity. The two former Bootneck's will complete the 2200KM completely un.... Read more »