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Bereavement

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Bereavement

SSAFA Forces Help SSAFA run a support group for Bereaved Families offering an opportunity to meet and talk to other who have lost a loved one who was serving in the Armed Forces. Find out more here.

Families’ Activity Breaks (FAB) is a non-public funded, tri Service charitable initiative in partnership with YHA (England & Wales) Ltd., providing fun and challenging activity camps around the UK for bereaved Military families. Please find out more here.

Cruse Bereavement Care face-to-face and group support delivered by trained bereavement support volunteers across the UK. They also offer information, publication, and support for children. Find out more here.

Penhaligon’s Friends Cornish charity supporting bereaved children, young people, parents and carers throughout the country. Handbooks for bereaved families, healthcare professionals and schools are available from their website.

Jeremiah’s Journey Childhood bereavement support service in Plymouth. Find out more here.

Winston’s Wish childhood bereavement support Gloucestershire and national website and helpline, find out more here.

Armed Forces Bereavement Scholarship Scheme the Ministry of Defence has a Bereavement Scholarship Scheme which is available to provide University and Further Education Scholarships for the children of Service Personnel whose death has been attributed to Service since 1990. For further information please click here.