The Princess Royal, our Patron, thanked our Chairman for his condolences on the passing of Her Late Majesty The Queen. A copy of her kind letter is seen here.
Serving and Ex-service personnel charity service
in Northern Ireland
The Not Forgotten Association Northern Ireland works for the benefit of disabled ex-service personnel, and those serving personnel who are wounded, injured or sick (WIS).Call us today for more information.
The Association today
The Not Forgotten Association Northern Ireland was established in 1930 to provide voluntary and charitable services to Tri Service veterans and the family connections of ex-service personnel. Our aim is to provide outings, entertainment and respite breaks to disabled ex-military personal. People who are looking to donate their time or money to a local Tri Service charity and fundraisers are most welcome, though the majority of events are free to participants. We appreciate and acknowledge the services of our veterans and work towards the welfare and interests of the armed forces community. While our aims have not changed over time, we have adapted to meet the changing needs of the serving wounded and veterans with disabilities.
We seek to meet all the requirements of our beneficiaries by providing high-quality and safe recreational and entertainment activities. We want to position ourselves to help more individuals who we are not reaching.
Our services Include
- Voluntary services
- Charity fundraising
- Charitable donations
- Disabled charities
- Elderly charities
- Mental health charities
To act generally for the benefit of service and ex-service personnel with disabilities or who are wounded, including the organisation or provision of items or facilities for leisure and recreational activities, travel, holidays and outings.
The Not Forgotten Association Northern Ireland provides charity services to ex-service personnel in Belfast. Call us on 07702751010 for more details
21 Talbot Street