SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity - has been serving the Armed Forces community for over 130 years and support around 60,000 people every year. Its support covers both regulars and reserves in the British Army, the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force and their families, including anyone who has completed National Service. SSAFA works in partnership with other military charities and specialist organisations to ensure that anyone in need gets the help they deserve. SSAFA also have its own network of over 7000 volunteers, including a large number that work on military bases to directly help families meet the challenges of service life.
The Armed Forces Para-Snowsport Team (AFPST) - The AFPST is a Service charity that exists to accelerate the recovery of wounded, injured or sick military personnel and veterans. They do this through the medium of performance alpine skiing, snowboarding and Nordic/biathlon, providing a winter sports focus for disabled athletes to regain their spirit of challenge and competition.
Army Womens Football Team - Army Football is a County within the Football Association and is committed to the advancement of football within the army at all levels. Football is the most widely enjoyed game in the army and the Army Football Association provides administrative support and promotes the game at all levels.
Royal Navy Football Association - Trinity is a proud sponsor for the Royal Navy FA Inter Region Championships. The Royal Navy FA has a vision to develop football throughout the Naval Service to maximize participation at all levels, in all areas, both on and off the field, through football to promote Defence Diplomacy and International Relations world wide.
Army Lawn Tennis Association - Trinity has been supporting Army Tennis for many years. The association provides opportunities for army personnel to play, coach, officiate and spectate the sport, taking part in a number of large tours and competitions every year.
IMJIN Music Festival- The Imjin Music festival takes place in Gloucestershire at the historic Imjin Barracks. Young and old, serving and non-serving, are invited for a summer evening festival full of music, food, displays, and entertainment for all ages. Military bands, a Schools Music Talent competition, and children’s entertainment are all part of the event. In partnership with local businesses, schools, and charities, the 2016 Imjin Music Festival's main focus was to strengthen the long-standing bonds between the people of Gloucestershire and their military community.