The Royal Marines (RM)
trace their origins back to 1664, Today, the Royal Marines consists of four Commando Units as well as specialist support elements, approximately 6000 men. Royal Marines have served in every British Campaign since WWII. During the last decade the level of Royal Marines operational deployment has been extraordinary! The result is a disproportionate number of killed and wounded. For many of the wounded, physical or mental injury will remain with them to the end of their lives.
Royal Marines Association - The Royal Marines Charity
On 1st April 2019, the Royal Marines Association and The Royal Marines Charity officially merged to become the single, central pillar of support to the Royal Marines Family. It embraces and embodies the Corps’ family; regular and reserve Royal Marines past and present, as well as their dependants. The membership grows continually to include all elements of the Royal Marines. It is free to join and is now open to Associates and 'Supporters' who wish to join.
The newly formed single agency, known as RMA - The Royal Marines Charity, provides flexible response to support Royal Marines and their families, as well as Veterans throughout their lives. To continue and improve this support is a serious challenge. But meeting a ‘challenge’ is what Royal Marines do best
Now, we need Your help - to help ourselves.
This fundraising event will go some small way to protect the future of those who protected us! Your support will directly aid elderly and infirm veterans, our physically or psychologically injured, bereaved and needy families.
Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
Our support agencies provide attrractive merchandise to members of the Royal Marines, their families and friends.
All profits from
The Royal Marines Shop https://royalmarinesshop.com/page/homepage
All profits go to the RM Charities.
The Green Berets
Original Royal Marines Bootneck 350 Tartan range attracts a donation to the RMA- the Royal Marines Charity.