The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Association is open to all officers and soldiers who have served or are serving in The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment both Regular and Territorial and those who have served in the forebear Regiments.
The White Ensign Association is a Naval Charity, it informs and provides guidance to all serving and former members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, their Reserves and also to their families. It offers a complete range of Employment Services to help with their job search or second career. These Services include access to their Job Vacancies, CV Guidance, Interview Advice, and the opportunity to receive help from Networking Advisers and skilled Employment Transition Advisors.
The Regiment was created in 1689 as a crisis measure for the defence of Edinburgh against the Jacobites. Andrew Jackson, Managing Director of SaluteMyJob is the former president of the association and therefore King's Own Scottish Borderers Regimental Association have partnered with us to show their support in helping their members into employment.
The Black Watch Association is a charity registered in Scotland (SC016423) which aims to help all those who have served in The Black Watch (and their dependants) who are in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage. It also exists to promote comradeship and relies on an extensive network of Branches and volunteers spread across the UK to organise events which help maintain links to old comrades.
The Regimental Association Welfare and Benevolence Fund of the Royal Regiment of Scotland is committed to providing support to all serving and ex Jocks and their immediate dependants.