Queen Mary's Roehampton Trust

Queen Mary's Roehampton Trust

Charity information

Queen Mary's Roehampton Trust

With its formation during World War I to support servicemen who sustained injuries, the Trust continues to support serving and ex-servicemen and women who have been injured as a consequence of their service, and their dependents. Much of this is providing financial support to care homes for the continues support of the elderly ex-service community.

Founded 1928

  • Mission statement

    The object of the Charity shall be to relieve the following persons who are in need of assistance:

    (1) Persons who served at any time in the armed forces of the Crown and who were disabled in such service and the widows and other dependents of such persons; and

    (2) Persons who served in the mercantile marine or in any service established under the Civil Defence Acts 1937 and 1939 and who were disabled in such service and the widows and other dependents of such persons.

  • Aims

    Queen Mary's Roehampton Trust aims to:

    • To increase the assistance given to care homes and other establishments and organisations providing crucial support to elderly ex-service men and women who have an injury, disability or poor health.
  • Overview

    Established: May 1928

    Registered Charity Number: 211715

    Board members: 13

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 15

    Phone number: 07891484508

    Address: 2 Sovereign Close, Quidhampton, Salisbury SP2 9ES

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