The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation

The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation

Charity information

The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation

Stoll housing and supporting our Veterans since 1916.

Founded 1916

  • Mission statement

    Stoll provides rehabilitative support to vulnerable and disabled ex-Service men and women, acknowledging the sacrifices they have made for our country.

    We are facing increasing demands on our services and need your help to sustain our vital work. Ever more Veterans leave the Armed Forces experiencing poverty, homelessness, addiction, poor mental and physical health among other problems. The Stoll Foundation is the only organization in the UK offering comprehensive, long-term solutions to these challenges.

    At Stoll's core are 223 high-spec tenancies for ex-Service men and women. Each tenant is given a care, advice and support package tailored to his or her individual needs. For those with physical disabilities we comprehensive care and a range of activities to maximise quality of life. However, many younger Veterans battle with much deeper, social issues and Stoll provides intensive support for individuals that tackles not only the basics of accommodation, income and physical and mental health but also offers an array of services that facilitate their full and active participation in civilian life such as back-to-work programmes, apprenticeships, a wider range of health and wellbeing programmes as well as a range of advocacy and grants.

    Stoll is the UK’s only charity providing the holistic support needed to fully integrate some of our most vulnerable Veterans back into civilian life.

  • Aims

    The Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation aims to:

    • To provide housing and support for our Veterans
    • To provide an outreach service in England for Veterans, providing advice on housing options available to them.
    • To provide a Drop-in service in London bringing together more than 20 service organisations to give Veterans and their families access to the information, advice and support they richly deserve
  • Overview

    Established: April 1916

    Registered Charity Number: 207939

    Board members: 13

    Full time staff: 23

    Part time staff: 4

    Volunteers: 2

    Phone number: 0207 385 2110

    Address: 446 Fulham Road London SW6 1DT

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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