WHY DOES THE SOLDIER'S CHARITY EXIST?
We are The Soldiers’ Charity. We give lifetime support to serving and retired soldiers and their families. They risk so much for us, but for them, it’s just doing their job.In return, we provide financial assistance when they are in real need. That’s what we’ve been here to offer for 68 years.We have seen a 30% rise over the past two years in applications from soldiers who have taken part in previous and current conflicts and we currently raise £7 million a year to meet this need.As a result of Current Operations it is anticipated that the requests for assistance will rise significantly in the coming years. It is the aim of The Soldiers’ Charity to increase fundraising to £14 million a year by 2015 to be sure that we can help each and every soldier that needs our help.We depend entirely on your donations and goodwill to do this.
We are very proud of our rich history and are determined to make the most of theopportunities ahead of us, building on the last 68 years of success and support.The Soldiers’ Charity began as the Army Benevolent Fund in 1944. Today, the conflicts may be different, but the pressures on our soldiers remain. As we are all too aware from the news, the Army is bearing the strain of the current conflicts. Hundreds of soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan and Iraq with many more injured both mentally and physically. That is why in 2007 the charity launched the Current Operations Fund, to support soldiers, former soldiers and their families affected by these conflicts. Welcome to ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Challenging and exciting times lie ahead.
Aletheia IMS Personnel have have been selected to implement the new electronic Safety Management System, (Q-Pulse) for Kelvin Hughes.
Kelvin Hughes Ltd is a world leader in the development, manufacture and supply of maritime navigation, surveillance and security radar systems. The company sets the international standard in solid state radar sensor technology with SharpEye™ and its market leading tactical and situational awareness radar display softwares.
Continuously the market innovator for radar sensors and systems, Kelvin Hughes has an enviable history and an unprecedented list of technology firsts - from the first type approved radar in 1948 to the world’s first commercially available multi-purpose solid state radar.
SharpEye™ is sold into a diverse range of markets and applications from naval and commercial maritime navigation, port Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) and coastal surveillance to ground surveillance and marine security applications.
With a product range covering land and sea, Kelvin Hughes demonstrates its expertise in solid state radar detection technology with a depth and breadth that no other company can match.
Kelvin Hughes has embarked on a programme of continuous innovation with a vision to place itself amongst the fastest-growing companies in the industry.
Aletheia IMS is Proud to continue its support for the UK Defence & Aviation Industries
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