To All Our Supporters

We would like to thank you

None of the work we do to support sailors, marines and their families would be possible without the kindness of generosity of our fundraisers, donors, corporate, trust and other supporters – and we are incredibly grateful for your time, effort and money. Sadly, we can’t thank everyone here, but this is just a selection of those who contributed in 2018.

Thank you to those who purchased merchandise in 2019 generating sales of £21,208 with 100% of proceeds going to help our beneficiaries.

Thank you to Team HMS Oardacious for rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic to raise money for the RNRMC.

To the members of our corporate partnership scheme, ‘The Bridge’ who donated an incredible £282,332 over the course of 2019.

To all those who donated online through our website rnrmc.org.uk generating a staggering £23,665.20 over the course of the year.

To the 16,191 Royal Navy personnel and civilians who collectively donated a record-breaking £1,102,057 for us through their pay in 2019.

To all the companies who donated proceeds from the sale of their goods and services in 2019 raising a combined total of £ 5,602.66.

Don’t just take our word for it.

Of course the real beneficiaries of the donations you give us are the are the countless number of serving men and women, naval veterans and their families whose lives have been touched positively by your support for the RNRMC. You will never know who they are, nor will they know that the support they receive from us is directly attributable to your efforts, but please click here to hear from a small selection of those we helped in 2019 thanks to your generosity.

All Ships, Squadrons, Commando Units and establishments of the Royal Navy

Trustees and Branches of the Royal Navy Association

Greenwich Hospital

Trusts

  • Gosling Foundation
  • Baltic Exchange Charitable Foundation
  • Hintze Family Charitable Foundation
  • Nuffied Trust
  • Princess Anne’s Charities Trust
  • Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo (Charities) Limited
  • Wimbledon Foundation
  • Corporate
  • Airbus Defence and Space
  • BAE Systems plc
  • Barclays Trust International
  • BMT Group Limited
  • Boeing
  • CQS Asset Management Limited
  • CTN Communications
  • Derwen Associates
  • Elliott Brown watches
  • ENVITIA
  • Heroes Drinks
  • KPMG
  • Lion Tree
  • Lockheed Martin UK
  • MBDA UK Limited
  • Millennium Global Investments Limited
  • Military Mutual
  • Moog Aircraft Group
  • Palantir Technologies UK Limited
  • Peter Cooper Motor Group
  • Pusser’s Rum Limited
  • QinetiQ
  • Raytheon UK
  • Saga Personal Finance
  • Thales Charitable Trust
  • T J Transport Limited
  • Wild Recruitment

Other

  • British Forces Broadcasting Service
  • Patrons of Bournemouth Air Festival
  • Royal Scots Club
  • HMS SCOTIA

Individuals

  • Mr Peter Andreae
  • Mr Alex Bark/GMO
  • Mr Philip Bassett
  • Hon Cdr Lance Batchelor RNR and Mrs Wendy Batchelor
  • Mr Ian Cormack
  • Mr Mark Dowie
  • Mr Bernard Edwards
  • Dr Brian Gilvary
  • Captain David and Mrs Diana Hart-Dyke
  • Mr Jean-Baptiste Brian via HG Capital
  • Hon Captain Sir Michael Hintze AM RNR
  • Lady Howard de Walden
  • M Howell
  • The Rt Hon The Lord Jones of Birmingham
  • Mr Louis Kenna
  • Hon Commander Sarah Kenny OBE RNR
  • Mr Hugh Langmuir
  • Mr Mark Lewthwaite
  • Mr Andrew McClean
  • Mr Simon and Mrs Rebecca Pillar
  • Mr James and Mrs Bianca Pitt
  • Mr Ian Schmiegelow
  • Mr James Scott
  • Mr Edward R Stanley
  • Sir Bill and Lady Julie Thomas
  • Mr Philip Warner
  • Hon Captain The Hon Stephen Watson RNR
  • Mr Tim Wise

Fundraisers

  • 210 Flight 815 Naval Air Squadron Run Team
  • ABF The Sodier’s Charity
  • Adrian Netherwood
  • Alan Gard
  • Andrew Pearce (aka ‘The Fabulous Miss G’)
  • Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Scotland
  • Bernadette Ebbs and Dave Riches
  • Brigadier John Palmer DL
  • Britannia Royal Naval College
  • British Forces Philatelic Service
  • Captain P Hames RN
  • Cdr Jane Allen RNR aka ‘The Victory Walker’ and Mr Frank Allen
  • Charlotte Rogers
  • China Fleet Club
  • Colin Ingrams
  • Combined Attachés Ball Committee
  • CPO Andrew Gibbs and the Doing it for Heroes team
  • CPO Richard “Jack” Russell Ultra Trail Australia
  • Daniel ‘Ducky’ White
  • Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
  • Defence Maritime Logistics School
  • Fleet Diving Unit Cycle Team
  • Heroes Challenge participants
  • HMS COLLINGWOOD Costcutter
  • HMS KING ALFRED
  • HMS NEPTUNE WO and SR Mess
  • HMS OARDACIOUS Atlantic Row team
  • HMS PRINCE OF WALES “Build to Base” Cycle Team
  • HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH
  • HMS SULTAN Chaplaincy
  • Isle of Wight Tours
  • Mr Les Heyhoe BCAv
  • Mrs Jane Edwardson and Team Darbz
  • Liverpool University Royal Navy Unit
  • Mark McLoughlin
  • Mine Warfare Battlestaff Bahrain
  • Miramar Hotel
  • Petersfield Rugby Club
  • Phil Slade Bosun Challenge

  • Queen Alexandra’s Royal Naval Nursing Service
  • RNAS Yeovilton
  • RNRMC Solent Support Committee
  • Rotary Club of Dunfermline
  • Rotary Club of Glastonbury and Street
  • Royal Marine Band Concert Committee of the Rotary Clubs of Radlett
  • Royal Navy Engineers Open Golf Championship
  • Royal Navy Presenta
  • South London Warlords Wargames Club
  • Stephen Edwards
  • Suzy Slight
  • Team Vanguard
  • The Cazenove Charitable Trust
  • Tommy Wallace
  • Tony Crehan and Colin Smith
  • Type 42 Association
  • Yorkshire URNU

Leave a gift in your will

Every time someone leaves a gift to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity in their Will, they help us to ensure that the United Kingdom’s Naval family are supported, for life. Every gift, of every size, has a lasting impact. We are indebted to all those who choose to support us in this way.

If you are moved to support the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, the most wonderful gift you could ever make to support the nation’s sailors, marines and their families won’t cost you a penny in your lifetime, but will help us to continue to transform lives in the future and for generations to come.

To start a conversation about leaving a gift in your Will, please contact Alasdair Akass, who’ll be happy to help you. alasdair.akass@rnrmc.org.uk or 023 9387 1538.