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Veterans Medical Fund

The Royal British Legion's Veterans Medical Fund programme offers support to ex-Service personnel who have a serious physical injury or suffer from hearing loss acquired in Service. It offers support...


New Veterans Railcard launching on Armistice Day 2020

A new railcard will help veterans save almost a third on most rail fares, benefiting more than 830,000 veterans who do not already qualify for existing discounts.   On sale from 11th...


Accommodation support – Deposit Guarantee scheme in England and Wales

If you want to rent privately in England or Wales but cannot afford the deposit, you should contact your local authority for advice. They can determine whether you qualify for state-provided housing...


Tax help for older people (Tax Volunteers)

If you have a gross income of up to £20,000 a year and are aged 60 or over, Tax Volunteers can provide friendly, confidential advice on your personal tax issues. This free service is available across...


War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation in Scotland

If you have been injured because of service, or have had a condition made worse by service, you may be able to claim a pension or compensation. The MOD runs two schemes: a War Pension for injuries...


War pension & Armed Forces compensation – reviews for deteriorating conditions (England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

If you receive a War Pension and your condition deteriorates, you can apply for a review . A form, available from the Veterans UK pages on GOV.UK must be completed to apply for the review The Armed...


War pensions and compensation - Other organisations that can help

The British Nuclear Test Veterans Association The British Nuclear Test Veterans Association(BNTVA)exists for recognition and restitution of our servicemen who participated in the British Nuclear...


Budgeting Loans in Scotland

Budgeting Loans are interest-free loans from the social fund available for people receiving certain benefits for at least six months. A Budgeting Loan can pay for: furniture and household items...


Accessing financial help in Scotland

If you are struggling to manage your finances, you may be entitled to benefits, such as disability allowance, child benefits and jobseekers allowance. Visit the GOV.UK website to learn more. Who else...


Accommodation support – Deposit Guarantee scheme in Scotland

If you want to rent privately but cannot afford the deposit, you should contact your local authority for advice. They can determine whether you qualify for state-provided housing assistance. How else...