SSAFA 01
Play this quiz and get to know the SSAFA.

SSAFA 01

SSAFA is the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association Forces Help. They help and support those who serve in our Armed Forces and those who used to serve. SSAFA also care for the families of both. Find out more with this quiz.

1.
Where are SSAFA’s Norton Homes based?
Headley Court and Horsham
Headley Court and Newcastle
Selly Oak and Guildford
Selly Oak and Headley Court
2.
In what year was SSAFA founded?
1885
1900
1918
1945
3.
How many people does SSAFA help every year?
Less than 10,000
Between 10,000 and 40,000
Between 40,000 and 70,000
More than 70,000
4.
Who founded SSAFA?
Captain Sharp
Colonel Sir James Gildea
The Queen
Winston Churchill
5.
What is the name of SSAFA’s annual fundraising parachute jump?
SSAFA Big Fall
SSAFA Big Jump
SSAFA Big Parachute
SSAFA Big Skydive
6.
Which Force must you have served in to receive support from SSAFA?
British Army
Royal Air Force
Royal Navy or Merchant Navy
Any of the above
7.
What is the name of the telephone helpline run by SSAFA Forces Help to support members of their Armed Forces and their families?
Armyline
Army, Navy and RAF Support
Confidential Helpline for the Armed Forces
Forcesline
8.
What is the name of the homes that SSAFA runs for the families of injured Servicemen and women?
Burton Homes
Homes for a Hero
Norton Homes
SSAFA Homes
9.
How many people in the UK could qualify for SSAFA’s help?
Less than 1,000,000
Between 1,000,000 and 5,000,000
Between 5,000,000 and 9,000,000
Over 9,000,000
10 million people can qualify for help
10.
How long does someone have to serve in the British Armed Forces before they and their family are eligible for SSAFA’s support?
One day
One week
One month
One year
You can find more information at the SSAFA website. Many thanks to Katie Truss at SSAFA for her kind assistance.
Author:  Andy Lawson

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