The SaluteMyJob team are thrilled to have been awarded a grant by the RAF Benevolent Fund. This support for our work is important both in its financial help and in the Fund's recognition of SaluteMyJob's practical work with both employers and candidates.
In making the award, the RAF Benevolent Fund's Executive Officer for Welfare and Support, Garry McCormack, wrote on behalf of the Grants' Committee:
'The RAF Benevolent Fund are very happy to support your new organisation as it is clear it will provide support for those transitioning and those have found difficulty in transitioning their unique skill sets to civilian employment. We wish you and your team the very best of luck in making SaluteMyJob a resounding success'.
Andrew Jackson, Managing Director, replied to Air Marshal Nicols, Controller of the Fund, and said:
'I and the remainder of the SaluteMyJob team were thrilled to have been selected for a grant by the RAF Benevolent Fund. I write to thank you all of your helpful team for the grant and, with it, the vote of confidence and support for our work. As with any new business, a grant such as this is crucial to fuel our growth and provide quality services to employers and ex-Service men and women.'
For more about the work of the RAF Benevolent Fund, see https://www.rafbf.org/