Project Priorities

It is arguably impossible for one individual or even one organisation to make a long-term positive difference in every aspect of life. Terrestres Servo Coronas has therefore made a conscious decision to concentrate our activities in a select few areas which our Founder Paul Borrow-Longain is extremely passionate about. With the support of our Advisory Committee, our sponsors, supporters, members and patrons, we work diligently, daily, to best ensure our endeavours are achieved throughout the Commonwealth of Nations.

 

The project priorities Terrestres Servo Coronas has selected are:

  1. The support of youth to better themselves, through either employment opportunities or entrepreneurship

    Every man and woman wants the best for their children but sadly not every child and young person has the support mechanisms to allow them to reach their full potential. This issue is extremely prevalent within our Commonwealth’s African Nations and Terrestres Servo Coronas is committed to improving this situation.

  2. Promotion of the cause of Constitutional Monarchy

    Terrestres Servo Coronas believes strongly that having a Constitutional Monarch (or a committed dynastic family within countries which are presently Republics) provides significant benefits to their country, and their people. As an organisation, we are committed to supporting national monarchy organisations in increasing their educational programmes.

  3. The support of veterans.

    Our veterans throughout the Commonwealth have honourably served their country, and in many cases their Sovereign, and deserve the full spectrum of support they might require. There are hundreds of amazing charities meeting these needs, but they need assistance. Terrestres Servo Coronas does not wish to replace or usurp the missions of these charities, but instead looks to support them as much as possible.

  4. The promotion and education of individuals in the area of heraldry.

    Heraldry is an ancient art form and science that has significant meaning both historically and in the 21st century. Not only does it act as a form of identification for an individual, it also forms an inter-generational bond between themselves, their ancestors and their descendants. Terrestres Servo Coronas believes more should be done to protect this rich heritage, and educate people (especially young people) on its history and future.

  5. The protection of sites of historic interest.

    It was once said that if one doesn’t comprehend history then one is destined to repeat it. Protecting our historic sites, be them monuments in our Commonwealth’s great cathedrals and churches to monuments honouring the sacrifice of those who have honourable served Sovereign and County, is of paramount importance.

  6. The advancement of scientific knowledge, with a strong leaning towards astronomy, astrophysics, aeronautics, space exploration and physics.

    In the 21st century and beyond, a sound foundation in the principles of science are of paramount importance to not only the career prospects of our youth, but also the future of mankind. Supporting the education of our Commonwealth youth in this area is at the heart of Terrestres Servo Coronas.

  7. The advancement of medical research and awareness of neurological conditions.

    At the age of just 18, our Founder was diagnosed with a rare and currently incurable neurological condition known as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), formally known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). While research is progressing, it is slow, and support mechanisms in place to aid those suffering with CRPS are limited. Terrestres Servo Coronas is intent on supporting these endeavours wholeheartedly.

  8. The promotion of genealogical research, and the positive effect that an understanding in one’s family linage can have on life.

    We’ve all heard the saying that “no man is an island”, and at Terrestres Servo Coronas we can’t agree more. Genealogy, or to put it another way – family history – is important in understanding where we as individuals have come from, and it helps us better understand ourselves.






We’ve all heard the saying that “no man is an island”, and at Terrestres Servo Coronas we can’t agree more. Genealogy, or to put it another way – family history – is important in understanding where we as individuals have come from, and it helps us better understand ourselves.

CONTACT TERRESTRES SERVO CORONAS

4 Market Street, Crediton, Devon, EX17 2AJ
Chairman@TSCoronas.org