Since 1996, the Trust has distributed over £860,000 in support of more than 500 projects
The Annington Trust was established in 1996 for the benefit of Services Families living on the Married Quarters Estate with the objective of sponsoring community activities and projects. To date, over £860,000 has been distributed and more than 500 projects supported.
The Trust has awarded each of the three Families Federations £150,000 to help Service Families experiencing need as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
2021: In line with the decision taken by the Trustees in January 2015, the Trust will be wound up by December 2021. Requests for grants are still being accepted and should be submitted through this website.
The Annington Trust is supporting the tri-Service Forces Families Jobs website for employment and training opportunities being delivered by the Army Families Federation in conjunction with Defence Relationship Management (DRM), Manpower Group and the University of Wolverhampton.