On Tuesday 18th June, the Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) will be holding a briefing morning at Stoll in West London.  The aim of the session is to help the Armed Forces Community, and in particular the Service Charities sector, understand how FiMT can support ex-Service personnel, and their families, during their transition to civilian life.  It is aimed primarily at Directors/Heads of welfare, research, grant-making and fund-raising, although all are welcome to attend, and it will be hosted by Chief Executive FiMT, Air Vice-Marshal Ray Lock CBE.

The event will commence at 10.30 am with coffee.  From 11 am to midday, the FiMT Executive Team will brief delegates on the aims of the Trust, its grant-making strategy and the mechanism by which grants are considered.  We will also cover our awards to date, and there will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and to enter into discussion, which will continue during the subsequent networking buffet lunch.

The venue is Stoll, 446 Fulham Road, London SW6 1DT.  We would ask that anyone wishing to attend informs us by e-mailing events@fim-trust.org for catering and seating purposes.  FiMT would like to thank Stoll for kindly agreeing to host the event.