Charity Partners

The Annington Challenge

The Annington Challenge gives children of service families aged 11-19 the opportunity to tackles courses designed to help them improve self-confidence, resilience and self-belief. To date over 300 military youngsters over 10 years have benefitted from Annington's sponsorship

Reading Force

Founded by an Army spouse and mother of four, Reading Force uses books as a way of making sure young children remain connected to loved ones who are deployed. The family read the same book, then use it as a conversation topic during weekly calls, conquering shyness and awkwardness among the children.

SSAFA/Annington Short Break

This amazing charity runs week-long family breaks for families with a child with an additional need or disability. It offers children a chance to play and grow, and families the opportunity to relax knowing their loved one is safe and enjoying themselves.

Waterloo Uncovered

Founded by a former Cold Stream Guardsman, diagnosed with PTSD after a tour of Afghanistan, Waterloo Uncovered helps veterans achieve milestones in mental and physical recovery, health and wellbeing, transition to civilian life, education and employment.

Scotty’s Little Soldiers

Scotty’s Little Children is a UK charity solely dedicated to supporting bereaved children of British serving personnel, regardless of whether the death was as a result of active service, accident, or more frequently, suicide.

Royal British Legion Industries

Annington supports RBLI's Lifeworks employability programme which works to provide vocational assessment and personal coaching to get veterans back to work

King's Camps

The King's Active Foundation exists to get children active, having fun and learning together.  Annington has partnered with them to run activity camps during the school summer holidays for children of army families.

Service Children’s Progression Alliance (SCiP)

We are proud to fund SCiP's research into the area of military children’s educational attainment. The results will inform the way educationalists, Local Authorities, military charities and the MoD consider the educational needs of the military child.

Community Engagement & Charitable Giving Review 2021

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Our Community

We understand the value of giving back to the community. That’s why we’re proud to be signatories to the Armed Forces Covenant. From projects that work to help service families, to mental health welfare programmes that benefit veterans. Our support ranges from partnerships with key national military charities to funding projects and initiatives that directly benefit the military communities living in our properties.

OUR PEOPLE

Our people are the driving force behind us. All staff undertake both technical and soft-skills training, as well as continual professional development (CPD). We’re committed to encouraging and achieving a working environment where equality and diversity are recognised, encouraged and valued.

OUR CUSTOMERS

We take pride in the level of customer service provided. Purchases of a refurbished former military home are covered by the Annington Seal of Approval and a 28 Day Guarantee. We have a target of resolving complaints within 14 days and constantly measure and report on our performance.

Our Contractors

All our sites are registered with the Considerate Contractors Scheme, a national initiative established by the construction industry to improve its image. Sites that are registered are monitored against a Code of Practice designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements.