Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children's Fund
Registered charity number 1160182
The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Children’s Fund has been supporting the children of serving and ex-serving members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and their Reserves for nearly 200 years. We provide help to the children and family when they are in need, hardship or distress with assistance ranging from specialist equipment for disability needs to emergency essentials grants in times of crisis. We support around 2000 children annually and help children up to the age of 25.
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Children's Fund offers a variety of events to participate in and raise valuable donations to support the charity. Check out the events below for more information.
Embark on the challenge of a lifetime for charity and take on this iconic route… which will lead you from the centre of London right into the heart of the chic and beautiful Paris!
Connect two of the world's most chic capital cities as you embark on the charity bike ride challenge of a lifetime.
The Do it for Charity London to Brighton Cycle Ride is a mass-participation cycle ride covering the 54 miles from south London to Madeira Drive on Brighton sea front. In 2018 the ride will take place on the 16th September and over 4,000 riders are expected to take part.
This enchanting cycle explores the cities, royal palaces, dazzling green paddy fields and temples of the Mekong Delta before finishing at Angkor Wat. Pedal your way across two magical countries, taking in the wealth of experiences each has to offer.
The Superhero Run is your chance to become a real-life superhero as you pull on your cape and join thousands of fellow runners as they descend on Regent’s Park, London, in a bid to make the UK a more charitable place to live!
Join us on the challenge of a lifetime as you discover China’s amazing cultural past, visit Beijing… and experience the rural beauty of this incredible country.
This challenge will take you into the heart of the beautiful Scottish Highlands where you will conquer the highest peak in Britain, set at 1,346m above sea level – what an accomplishment!
Mesmerising landscapes beyond your wildest expectation, sleeping under the stars and dramatic sand dunes… as far as the eye can see.