The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and its partner funder Greenwich Hospital have continued their support of Broughton House Veteran Care Village, with an award of more than £30,000.
The grant of £30,473 will go towards the cost of caring for our former Royal Navy and Royal Marines residents.
Mandy Lindley, director of relationships and funding at the RNRMC, said: “We are proud to support Broughton House through this latest grant.
“Now more than ever, we recognise the challenges faced by carers and the partnership between the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and Broughton House helps ensure that our Royal Navy and Royal Marines veterans continue to receive the care and support that they deserve.”
The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the principal charity of the Royal Navy. It exists to support sailors, Marines and their families, for life. For more information visit www.rnrmc.org.uk
Greenwich Hospital is a unique Crown charity. The hospital provides charitable support including annuities, sheltered housing and education to serving and retired personnel of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines and their dependants. For more information visit www.grenhosp.org.uk
Rhys Edwards, fundraising and marketing manager at Broughton House, said: “We are delighted to once again receive financial support from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and Greenwich Hospital.
“It will enable us to ensure our residents continue to receive care of the highest quality, as we celebrate the completion of the first stage of our transformation into the UK’s first veteran care village and prepare to embark on the next stage of development.”