Registered Charity No: 206243 (England & Wales).
Eligibility for Help.
All those who are serving, or have served, as Warrant Officers or below in the Royal Navy or as equivalent ranks of the Royal Marines, are eligible to apply for assistance, as are their wives, husbands, widows, widowers and dependent children.
The above includes members of the Royal Naval Reserve, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and the Royal Marines Reserve who have been mobilized for active service and also men called up under National Service Acts.
How we Help.
Helping beneficiaries of the RNBT who are in need or distress is the essence of the RNBT’s objects, as laid down in the Royal Charter. Our grants and regular charitable payments system, with its flexible nature and ability to respond swiftly, provides a very effective way of meeting these objects.
The RNBT makes thousands of grants each year to help beneficiaries of the RNBT in difficulty. The problems experienced fall into many different areas, including:
- Disability aids
- Vocational training
- Food, clothing and fuel
- Rent and mortgage payments
- House repairs and household goods
- Child care
- Respite and recuperation holidays
- And many more
The RNBT relies on generous donations and legacies to support its work.
If you wish to seek further information please contact the RNBT at the address given above.
Part of the ‘Remember A Charity’ campaign.