Good Army Charity,Good Military Charities and Good Government charities are not exempt from Government funding
Posted On July 23, 2021
Good Army Charities (GAHC), Good Military Charitations and Good government charities are all recognised as charities in the Irish government’s Charity (Good) Act 2011.GAHC is a national charity set up in 2013 to promote health and well-being among the Armed Forces and Veterans in Ireland.
It aims to raise awareness about the effects of tobacco use and helps to build a stronger community of tobacco users in the Armed forces and the Defence Forces.
The charity is supported by a range of voluntary organisations and charities.
The Irish government set up the Good Army charity in 2012 to promote healthy living among the armed forces.GAHM’s work has included helping servicemen and women to recover from post-traumatic stress disorder, tobacco addiction and mental health challenges such as post-natal depression, anxiety and panic attacks.
It also supports the provision of support and support for military families.GAH, the charity set-up by the Government of Ireland to support veterans of the Second World War, aims to provide support and help for people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), alcoholism and mental illness.GAHA has a range for individuals and organisations to find out more about the charity.
Its work is supported mainly by the Irish Government.
Its website is available on the GAHM website.
Its main focus is on the treatment of tobacco and other harmful substances in the armed services, but it has also provided support to the mental health of veterans, including supporting treatment of people who have experienced traumatic stress.