Charity work is vital in order to raise awareness and offer much needed advice, practical help, therapies, emotional and financial support to deserving individuals and their dependents. Ironside Associates are strong believers in backing those who provide this kind of invaluable aid are pleased to support the following registered charities:

The SBS Association: The Special Boat Service Association supports serving and former members of the SBS. They have no commission fees and are funded entirely by voluntary subscriptions and donations.Please see below for more information.

Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund: The RM CTF is a Royal Marines charity that supports retired RMs and their dependents, and aids in the recovery and quality of life of wounded RMs.

The Royal British Legion: The RBL safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are serving, or have served in the Armed Forces.

EACH - East Anglia's Children's Hospices: EACH cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and complex healthcare needs.

Headway UK: Headway charity supports people affected by brain injury.

For more information or to donate, please read more below.



The SBS Association is a registered Charity, and is funded entirely by voluntary subscriptions and donations and membership is open to all serving and former members of the SBS. In short our Objectives are:

  • To relieve members or their dependents who are in need by virtue of financial hardship, injury or sickness.
  • To perpetuate the memory of those members who have died in the service of their country.
  • To foster esprit de corps, comradeship and welfare.
  • To help preserve the traditions of the Service.

Due to the sensitive nature of the Special Boat Service their Association currently does not have a website. They relay on donations via third party websites. They have chosen to use Virgin Money Giving.

To donate to the SBS Association, Click Here and you will arrive at the SBSA Fund Raising page.

SBSA is registered charity number 1105052.


The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund

The RM CTF is the overarching Royal Marines charity, It exists to maintain the efficiency and 'esprit de Corps' of the Royal Marines. RM CTF supports the Recovery, Quality of Life and Through Life pathways. Providing help for our wounded, adventurous training and support for retired RM's and their dependents.

The RM CTF aim to raise £6 million by the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines in 2014. Please help them to achieve their aim by donating at the link below.

To dontate, click here. Thank you.

Registered charity number 1134205


The Royal British Legion safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are serving or who have served in the Armed Forces. We are one of the UK's largest membership organisations and recognised as custodians of Remembrance. We also run the annual Poppy Appeal.

The Royal British Legion 2010. Registered Charity No 219279. 199 Borough High St, London SE1 1AA. Tel +44 (0)20 3207 2100


EACH is a registered charity that cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and complex healthcare needs, also supporting their families

Delivering a full range of children's hospice care services in family homes throughout Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and North Essex, or in one of three hospices at Milton near Cambridge, Quidenham in Norfolk and Ipswich in Suffolk.

This care and support includes...

  • Care at end of life
  • Bereavement support
  • Short break care
  • Specialist play
  • Music therapy
  • Practical help, advice & information

We can only do it with your help... We need to raise £4 million in donations to deliver our services this year. This amounts to £11,000 a day, every day of the year.


Headway is a charity set up to give help and support to people affected by brain injury. It does this in a number of ways:

A network of local Groups and Branches throughout the UK and Channel Islands offers a wide range of services, including rehabilitation programmes, carer support, social re-integration, community outreach and respite care. The services available will vary, depending on local needs and resources.

Headway UK provides support to the local Groups and Branches and helps to deliver high quality services through guidance on policies, procedures, standards and training. Additionally:

  • The Headway Helpline provides information, advises on sources of support, finds local rehabilitation services and offers a listening ear to those experiencing problems
  • We publish a range of booklets containing information about aspects of brain injury that will be helpful to those directly affected, plus professionals, employers and members of the public
  • We promote understanding of brain injury and its effects
  • We lobby for better support and resources to be made available by statutory health and social care providers
  • We campaign for measures that will reduce the number of brain injuries

Headway - the brain injury association is a registered charity (no 1025852) and a company limited by guarantee (reg. no 2346893).