Families in Stress

The Armed Forces Covenant fund has £10 million each year to support the Armed Forces Covenant by funding projects which meet specific priorities.  Priority 2 for 2016-17 is concerned with serving military Families in Stress.  The MOD is seeking projects that support families of serving personnel who are experiencing a significant stressful life event such as a life changing injury, bereavement, domestic abuse, relationship break up, mental health issues or are subject to civil or military justice systems.  Bids can be up to and beyond £100,000.

The closing date for expressions of interest is noon on Wednesday 22 June.

Further information can be found at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covenant-fund-guidance-on-how-to-apply

 

Community Integration or Local Service Delivery

Priority 4 for 2016-17 is concerned with Community integration and/orLocal Service Delivery.  The MOD is seeking projects which help integrate Armed Forces and Civilian communities and/or deliver valuable local services to the Armed Forces community.  These local projects will offer support around issues such as finance, housing, mental health, physical health, employability or social support.  The beneficiaries are expected to be serving personnel, ex-service personnel and their families.

Organisations can apply for up to £20,000 and will be subject to a single stage application process with a closing date of noon on Wednesday 22 June.

Further information can be found at:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covenant-fund-guidance-on-how-to-apply

 

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