The latest round of funding from the Armed Forces Covenant, Force for change programme has just been announced, with 54 grants totalling £511,073.00 awarded. The full list of recipients is available by clicking on the image below and before that are details of those RAF units which received funding:
Community Support Phoenix Integration Project - £10,000
The project ‘Community Support Phoenix Integration Project’ will encourage participation in a safe program of community activities in fun activities promoting wellbeing recovery, and encourage interactions between Armed Forces and civilian communities
Break Out - £10,000
RAF Marham is in very rural Norfolk, regular large deployments impact on the families and Service Personnel. Break Out will support the Families Club, Junior Ranks Club and Youth Club which will bring people together as well as helping them to become more engaged and reducing social isolation and loneliness.
Wellness Project 2 - £4,680
With this grant, RAF Waddington will deliver weekly wellbeing activity classes to support physical and mental wellbeing of individuals and to enhance quality of life.
RAF College Cranwell
Focusing on the Community - £8,800
RAF College Cranwell wants to put “Community focus” back into the RAF Cranwell whole force community by providing a mixture of relevant activities that will offer support through focused and generic activities alongside the opportunity for people to meet in an environment that will allow for exploration of feelings post Covid lockdown.