We recognise that for many Veterans and their families, aspects of life after leaving the Services can be challenging.  With over 50 Veterans’ organisations in Scotland alone, we understand that it can be frustrating to find just the right person to help with a problem.  

For those who work in Veterans support organisations, please check out the Resources tab; there may be something useful for you there and because we are not perfect, there may be some resources and organisations that we have missed. 

Because when Veterans work together, they make life better for Veterans.

Veterans-Assist Scotland

The Veterans-Assist website has been set up to put in one place most of the resources you might need, whether it is finding the right school or college for you or your kids; options for somewhere to live; getting access to a War Disablement pension; or finding a route into employment.  You will find some topics duplicated under more than one heading; this is for ease of access and to make it more likely that you will find what you need.  If you are looking for information about services or support organisations you may be able to find what you need here.


Scottish Veterans Fund 2020/21

Organisations that want to work with veterans and their families are being urged to apply to a fund that benefits former services personnel. 

Veterans Minister Graeme Dey is to open the Scottish Veterans Fund (SVF) at the Armed Forces and Veterans Champions Gathering in Glasgow. 

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, not just those who have previously served. 

Since its inception in 2008, the fund has backed more than 150 projects across Scotland, investing more than £1.4m. 

It is particularly aimed at helping the veterans community overcome any disadvantage experienced as a result of service, as well as supporting projects that help veterans and their families successfully transition to civilian life. Read more

Application Form

Application Guidance



Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust

The Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust makes grants to support the Armed Forces Community. We manage the grant programmes funded by the Covenant Fund. We also run wider funding programmes that support the Armed Forces Community.

Fund out more about potential funding: Click Here

Fund for Veterans’ Community Centres Launched

Grants of up to £30,000 are available. A small number of grants of up to £150,000 will be made to more complex projects.

The Veterans’ Community Centres Programme is a specialist pot of funding. Applicants must be Armed Forces charities with an existing building that requires refurbishment. Read More


Latest News and Blog from the Armed Forces Covenant Trust




Veterans Scotland is a Company Limited by Guarantee, registered in Scotland, SC239808. Registered as a Charity in Scotland, Scottish Charity Number. SC033880.  Veterans Scotland is also an Executive member of The Confederation of Service Charities (Cobseo).    
Funded and supported by the Veterans Scotland Membership Organisations.


Information, Advice and Guidance

If you are looking for information, advice or guidance on a range of subjects, click on the relevant link below for information on organisations that will be able to assist you further.

Comradeship & Remembrance

Health and Wellbeing


Support & Employment

Events and Activities

We are aware of a number of events and activities that are being provided for the wider veterans community.  If you want to find out more click the link below:

If youare aware of additional events that are due to take place across Scotland then get in touch and we will look to add them to future copies.

News & Updates

Veterans Scotland Newsletter

Read the latest issue of the VS Newsletter and Past issues  here

Find out what is going on in the wider veterans community.  

FiMT - Reports

The Forces in Mind Trust have published a number of reports in relation to the wider veterans community copies of these reports are available here>>

Annual Report and Accounts

A copy of the Veterans Scotland Annual Report and Accounts as at 31 March 2019 is available via the link here

Information Booklet