The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity grant helps Revitalise to provide respite holidays for veterans
This year, thanks to a grant of £11,460 given by The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity to Revitalise – a national charity that creates revitalising holidays for disabled people and carers – this donation will enable Revitalise to provide 30 respite holidays for disabled ex-Royal Navy personnel and their carers.
The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity exist to support sailors, marines and their families for life, and provide grants to dozens of charities including Revitalise. With over 55 years’ experience, a Revitalise break has everything you’d expect from a holiday backed up by excellent nurse-led care across their three fully accessible centres in the UK.
Revitalise is delighted to be able to provide expert support to many more members of the Royal Navy family and their carers in need of a break.
Speaking of the significance of The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity support, Jan Tregelles, Interim Chief Executive of Revitalise said:
“Revitalise is thrilled to have benefited from another year of support from The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity. Their generosity will enable many ex-service personnel to enjoy much-needed respite holidays this year.
“The grant is already enabling us to provide support to members of the Royal Navy community and their loved ones, offering them the chance to enjoy a break in a relaxed, holiday-style environment, away from the stresses and strains of everyday life.”