Please Donate

How you help our residents

We care for more than 200 residents, including the veterans who benefit from short-break respite care, each year.

 

Grants towards our physiotherapy, speech & language therapy, dementia care, activities and outings make a real difference to the quality of care we can provide.

 

At the moment, supporting our residents through the coronavirus pandemic is a critical part of our work. Your support towards Personal Protective Equipment, staffing, technology and building work to facilitate family visits is helping us do what we do best – supporting residents’ to live happy and fulfilled lives.

Partner benefits

Partnering with Royal Star & Garter has many benefits, in addition to knowing that you are making a real difference to veterans’ lives.

 

We offer a bespoke service to our partners to report on our work and fully meet your objectives. We invite partners to visit our Homes and projects whenever possible, to meet our beneficiaries and hear their experiences first hand. Although visits are currently suspended because of the pandemic, we look forward to welcoming you back when it is safe to do so.

 

A key aim of our strategy to 2025 is to support more beneficiaries. We have not only introduced a successful Day Care service, we are also developing a care model to support beneficiaries in their own Homes, and a residential facility for Younger Veterans. Parts of these projects are suspended due to coronavirus, but we continue to adapt and innovate to support veterans. Join us to be part of an exciting future for Royal Star & Garter to help veterans across the country.

The Giving Tree

We offer partners who have made a significant gift the opportunity to have their name featured on our Giving Tree.

 

This is a decorative feature with individual bronze leaves engraved with supporters’ names. The Giving Tree is wall-mounted in the reception area of our Homes. Each leaf remains in place for five years from receipt of the gift.

Get in touch

If you would like to talk about how your support could make a difference to our residents, please contact the Trusts Team


Aged Veterans Fund

We have received two grants from the Aged Veterans’ Fund (funding from the Chancellor using Libor Funds) as part of a successful portfolio of applications facilitated by The Royal British Legion.

 

In 2016/2017 we received a grant to increase our dementia training for staff and a further grant has enabled us to launch a new Day Care service, which is being trialled until 2019.


Major contributors

Thank you to partners who have made major contributions:

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity

Aged Veterans’ Fund (funded by the Chancellor using LIBOR funds)

Anton Jurgens Charitable Trust

Compton Housing Association Limited

D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust

Excalibur Unit / Supporting Our Heroes

H & M Charitable Trust

M B H Fund

Miss AWG Marriott Discretionary Settlement

Queen Mary’s Roehampton Trust

Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity / Greenwich Hospital Grant

Schroder Charity Trust

Scott (Eredine) Charitable Trust

The Albert Hunt Trust

The Cadogan Charity

The Chancellor using LIBOR funds

The Gosling Foundation

The John Coates Charitable Trust

The Jordan Charitable Foundation

The Lennox Hannay Charitable Trust

The Patron’s Fund

The Peacock Charitable Trust

The Robert Clutterbuck Charitable Trust

The Tanner Trust

Veterans’ Foundation