New Charity Partnership

Specialist military life insurers SLI365 are delighted to announce that effective 1st August 2016, our new charity partners are The Not Forgotten Association (NFA).

The Not Forgotten Association is a tri-service charity founded in 1920 which provides entertainment and recreation for the benefit of the serving wounded, injured or sick and veterans with a disability, illness or infirmity.

Each year the NFA supports some 10,000 service men and women of all ages through a unique programme of events, outings, concerts and other activities. SLI365 pledge to donate a proportion of each policy sale to provide funds to help the NFA continue the excellent work they do for the military community.

SLI365 are pleased to support this longstanding and vital charity and look forward to working with The Not Forgotten Association.

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