On 30 May, the trustees of the Forces Pension Society Charitable Fund (FPSCF) met in London to appoint and welcome new trustees, discuss the charity’s future strategy, and receive an update from the FPS Chief Executive, Neil Marshall.
As the Charitable Fund’s Chairman Jonathan Wheeler said in his article in May’s Pennant,
“The FPSCF values its close links with the Society and our charitable objectives are the relief of widows, widowers, and associated dependants whether members of the Forces Pension Society or not. We also support charitable purposes as the trustees see fit. It is here we can support the charitable work of the Society and have done so over many years.”
The Society is very grateful for the support the FPSCF provides which helps us to continue our ‘force for good’ activities including our efforts to publicise the high number of deferred Armed Forces pensions that remain unclaimed (some 2,000 a year) and supporting entitled veterans to claim pension benefits many are not aware they may be entitled to. Find out more here.
You can also learn more about the FPSCF including how to donate by visiting this link
Images: Left FPSCF Chairman Jonathan Wheeler (L) with FPS Chief Executive Neil Marshall/Main image: from L to R: Neil Marshall; FPSCF Trustees: Ian Vere Nicoll, Chris Morgan, Paul Nash, Mary Moreland, Ian McGregor, Paul Cummings.