The chancellor has announced another multi-million pound set of grants to forces charities, from fines paid by banks and city institutions. 

George Osborne detailed some of the charities to share the £75 million of Libor fines in his Budget statement. 
They include the regimental charity of every regiment that served in Afghanistan, and veterans of British Nuclear Testing in the 50’s and 60s.

Below we detail the breakdown of fees allocated for each of the military charities and causes cited in the budget:


Burma Star Association: £250,000 to help support the remaining veterans from the Burma campaign 
Veterans Specialist Mobility Fund: £3 million over 5 years to the Royal British Legion to support members of the Armed Forces across the UK with mobility injuries
Chavasse Report implementation: £2 million to pilot the implementation of the  recommendations in the Chavasse Report for a network of NHS hospital based rehabilitation services for veterans and reservists 
£25 million healthcare fund for aged veterans: A new £25 million fund, delivered through  the Armed Forces Covenant Fund, specifically targeted for support to older veterans, including nuclear test veterans, to improve healthcare and awareness of medical issues as they get older
Afghanistan Regiments: £10 million allocated to armed forces charities on the basis of need arising from the Afghanistan campaign 
RAF Biggin Hill Chapel Memorial: £1 million to ensure the chapel is maintained for future generations
Stow Maries Aerodrome: £1.5 million to secure the restoration of the UK’s only intact World War One aerodrome in the country and the base of the first Royal Flying Corps Squadron
World War One commemoration: £5 million to fund a number of further World War One commemorations including the Battle of Jutland, the Gallipoli Campaign and the Battle of the Somme 
RAF Museum Hendon: £2.5 million to help secure the country’s primary national Air Force and flight museum
Afghanistan Memorial: £500,000 to match public donations for the new Iraq and Afghanistan war memorial planned for central London
Air Ambulance Package: £10 million to support a number of Air Ambulances nationally
Skill Force: £185,000 to extend the funding of Skill Force for a further year to provide a link between ex-service personnel and disadvantaged school children 
65 Degrees North: £100,000 to support 65 Degrees North to record the world’s first unsupported crossing of the Greenland icecap by an armed force’s veteran amputee
SIA Charities: £1 million to the 3 benevolent charities which support the work of the Intelligence Agencies
Project ADVANCE Plus: £5 million over the next 5 years for research into the psychological impact of battlefield injuries and severe battlefield trauma 
Mental Health Wiltshire: £3.5 million to provide a dedicated support pathway, work and accommodation for veterans in Wiltshire
Bristol Aerospace Centre: £2 million to create a new museum to commemorate the UK’s flying heritage at Filton in Bristol 
Agincourt 600: £1 million to support the commemoration of the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt
Rothiemurchus Lodge: £250,000 to renovate this community, regular and ex-regular member of the armed forces accommodation and activity centre
VE Day: up to £2 million to support the 70th anniversary commemoration of VE Day
Waterloo 200: £1 million to support the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo