This Year's President's Charity


ABF The Soldiers’ Charity


ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is the Army’s national charity, here for soldiers, past and present, and their families for life.

We stand at the forefront of support for the Army family, last year supporting 65,000 people in 48 countries around the world. As one of the largest funders in the sector, we award grants to individuals and families, and fund leading organisations that support soldiers, former soldiers, and their families. When we hear of a person or family in need, we aim to respond within 48 hours

From helping wounded soldiers to adapt to life after service, to assisting elderly veterans to keep their independence, we’re here for the Army family when they need us. We offer support in six key areas: independent living, elderly care, education and employability, mental fitness, families and housing.

To donate to the President’s Charity, please email [email protected].

To find out more about the charity click on the logo below.


The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST)

The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust (QEST) funds the education of talented craftspeople through traditional college courses, apprenticeships or one-on-one training with masters. QEST was established to help support craftspeople of all ages and from all backgrounds, at a critical stage in their careers and thus sustain traditional British craftsmanship.

QEST was established in 1990 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Association and the 90th birthday of The Queen Mother.

In 2017 Sandringham Association sponsored an Apprentice Game Keeper, and a scholarship for a Cabinet Maker, both from the Sandringham Estate. 2020 has seen the Association sponsor Scholar Laura Winstone. Laura is a high school teacher who gained an MA in Children’s Book Illustration. She has been shortlisted for the V and A Illustration award and received a “Highly Recommended. She has also been shortlisted, one of only two from the UK, for the Golden Pinwheel Young Illustrators Competition in Shanghai.


Royal Warrant Holders Charity Fund

The Royal Warrant Holders Association operates a Charity Fund – the Members’ Charity – established in 1902 and rejuvenated in 2013. This exists to support the charitable endeavours of employees of Royal Warrant-holding companies. The Charity Fund makes grants, in the range of £500 to £2,000, to local charities with which employees of Royal Warrant holding companies are personally involved, and where the amounts given will make a real difference.

Several charities local to Sandringham have received donations and these include: Norfolk Blood Bikes, King’s Lynn Motor Neurone Disease Association, East Anglian Children’s Hospice, Baby Basics West Norfolk, The Hamlet Centre Norwich, Nelson’s Journey, King’s Lynn Food Bank, and Scotty’s Little Soldiers to name just a few.

To donate to our Royal Warrant Holders Charity Fund please email the Hon Sec at [email protected]