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Council Tax, utility bills, groceries and rent; these are just some of the financial commitments that many Veterans face for the first time when they leave the Services. Because bills have previously been deducted from pay at source, it can be a challenge to budget for them, yet failing to do so can bring long-lasting negative consequences.
In this section we provide direction to credit unions, which can offer a wide range of affordable financial services, and to debt advice and support organisations that can give advice to avoid and, if necessary, recover from debt.
Some useful websites include:
The law about debt is different depending on whether you live in England and Wales or Scotland. If you live in Scotland, make sure you are in our Scottish site so you get the right advice.
Welcome to Scotland’s Financial Health Service website (SFHS). This Scottish Government website is the place to come if you have financial concerns or are just seeking useful, free and impartial advice which you can trust.
A number of veterans are unaware of the various benefits and other support that they may be eligable for and as such the link below will offer advice and guidance.
You may be missing out on financial help that you are entitled to through welfare benefits. The entitledto calculator can help you check what you might be able to claim.
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You can get help paying for qualifications whether you:
Trustees of the Veterans Foundation will be allocating grants in mid-Oct and the deadline for applications from armed forces' charities and other organisations carrying out charitable work for serving members of the armed faces, veterans of the armed forces, qualifying merchant seamen, and their dependants is the end of Sep.
The online application form is at www.veteransfoundation.org.uk/grant-application/ and bids are capped at £30K.
Thank you for your interest in the Covenant Fund. The funding priorities for April 2018 to March 2019 include:
Further priorities will be announced in the coming months
Further information is available on the Covenant fund website: https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/covenant-fund
Find funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise using online websites. From small grants to funding for big capital projects, using these tools you can track down various sources of funding you need to make a difference in your community. We have listed several of these organisation that you may wish to engage with regarding future funding of your projects.
Join over 3,000 subscribers to the best-selling funding websites for charities, containing more sources, commentary and funding analysis than anywhere else.
Tel: 01236 870022
Glasgow G69 0EN
The advice and information provided by the bureau is highly regarded with decades of experience in delivering a free, independent, confidential and impartial advice and information services to the general public. They provide advice through face-to-face, telephone and email services, and online via our self- help advice on www.citizensadvice.org.uk .
The Armed Services Advice Project (ASAP) provides dedicated information, advice and support to members of the Armed Forces Community in Scotland.
The service is provided by the Scottish Citizens Advice Bureau Service, and the funding group is led by Poppyscotland. We work closely with many organisations, both Service related and others, to provide support to the people who contact us.
We provide free, confidential, impartial information, advice and support to people who:
Our advice covers a range of areas, including benefits, debt, employment, relationships and housing.
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