Sailors Childrens Society – Providing help to children of seafarers since 1821

Sailors’ Children’s Society is a national charity that provides support to children whose parent has made a living at sea or from the inland canals or rivers.  We help mariners from fishing fleets, Royal Navy and Merchant Navy families including ferries, cruise ships, cargo ships and Offshore industries.

If you have served at sea, have school-aged children and are in receipt of means-tested benefits you may be eligible for our support.

Please click the “Apply Here” button to complete our Referral Contact form.

 

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Our Aim is to give each disadvantaged child the opportunity to achieve his/her full potential by providing financial, practical and emotional support

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CARAVAN HOLIDAY REQUEST UPDATE:-Please note the caravan holiday season starts wc Saturday 9th April and NOT wc Saturday 22nd May as stated on the holiday request form (as this was last year's date). If you need to amend your date to Easter and only if you have already sent your form back please email claire.foot@sailorschildren.org.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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Delighted to say that caravan forms and annual newsletters are being posted to all families on our standard ongoing scheme this evening. Please note if you are receiving temporary COVID support, have your grants currently suspended or are due to leave our scheme in the next few months then you are not eligible to apply for a break so will not receive an envelope. As always please do not contact the office regarding holidays as we are only a small team and working flat out on the applications. Many thanks Deanne Thomas ... See MoreSee Less
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Don't forget that Louise and I are now back to work so if you would like a chat please give either of us a call on: Louise Hopwood Fso SouthEast 07456-612806 or Michelle Lindup Fso Southwest 07904-344938. Regards, Michelle ... See MoreSee Less
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Kindly supported by:


Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity              Trinity House