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Sister organisations, Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust and Association of WRENS (AOW) work together for the benefit of all female veterans of the Royal Navy.

Women’s Royal Naval Service Benevolent Trust
[WRNS BT]

THE WRNS BT is a registered charity and membership is open to anyone who served in the former Women’s Royal Naval Service and those who transferred to the Royal Navy in 1993.

The Trust delivers help and advice to approx 450 ex-Wrens and dispenses £300 - £400K of services per annum to those who find themselves in some form of need.

Financial help in the form of regular annuity payments,help with primary debts and grants for house adaptations, and funeral expenses are just some of the types of benefit that are available.

WRNS BT have no caseworkers of their own and rely on the help of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association – Forces Help and The Royal British Legion to provide caseworker visiting officers who will send a confidential report for consideration.

The Trust works alongside AOW and are grateful for their help in fund raising and promoting the help and advice that is freely available to all former members of the WRNS.

 

 

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