Veterans Scotland (VS) was established in 2002. The main charitable aim of VS is to establish co-operation and co-ordination between all ex-Service charities operating within Scotland and to act as a first point of contact on a wide range of issues affecting the ex-Service community across Scotland, including housing, employment, healthcare, social welfare, residential care and more. We have 48 member charities which, through VS, come together to share best practice, work in partnership with one another and make best possible use of the resources available in order to improve and streamline the delivery of key services to veterans and avoid duplication of effort where possible. Member organisations include all of the leading national ex-Service charities which currently operate in Scotland.
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The fund, supported by the Scottish Government and Standard Life Aberdeen, backs projects that provide new or innovative approaches to improving the lives of veterans. This year also sees the fund emphasise that it is open to supporting schemes that help the families of veterans,…