Our 2020 Scottish Poppy Appeal reception is available to view here.
Asking for help can be daunting but we're here to provide a sympathetic ear and offer practical assistance. Help is just a phone call away.
Injured veterans are struggling to access the benefits they need. Together with the Royal British Legion, we're campaigning to get this fixed.
Help raise vital funds for our Armed Forces community in Scotland by recycling your old clothing.
Our privacy promise is to be open and up front with you about how we use your personal data. Read it here.
Contact our PR department for background information, statistics, access to our research, case studies and spokespeople.
We offer a range of practical assistance and advice dealing with mobility issues.
An array of organisations coming together to make finding the right support easier and quicker – no matter where you are or what you need.
Practical and emotional care and support from specialist dementia nurses for people with dementia as well as their families.
Knowing where to find the support you need can be tough. That's when local support, like that offered by our Welfare Centres and Support Service, really helps.
We are at the forefront of research into the needs of Scotland’s Armed Forces community. Here you can view some of our most recently published research.
UK military personnel from commonwealth nations face thousands of pounds in fees to remain here after their service. We think this is wrong.
Helping your find, keep and stay in your own home is a huge part of what we do.
ASAP has helped nearly 16,000 members of the Armed Forces community address debt problems, employment issues and access benefits or grants they were eligible for.
Take our Poppy Cycle Challenge and cycle 200 miles between our Welfare Centres in Kilmarnock and Inverness.
The Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland was formed in 2006 but Scotland as a country has been immersed in the tradition of military music for centuries.
If you are unable to join us for our next Sportive, on September 26th 2021, and would like to donate your 2020 Sportive entrance fee to us, this is where you do it!
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