• ABF The Soldiers’ Charity

    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is the Army’s National Charity. Originally established as the Army Benevolent Fund in 1944, we provide a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families from every conflict.

  • Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

    Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

    ChelmsfordUnited Kingdom

    Blesma, The Limbless Veterans is dedicated to the support of all serving and ex-Service men and women who have lost limbs, or lost the use of limbs or eyes, empowering them to lead independent and fulfilling lives. Blesma, supports its members, both young and old, for life.

  • Bletchley Park

    Bletchley Park

    Milton KeynesUnited Kingdom

    Bletchley Park’s mission is to preserve and enhance Bletchley Park, to attract, engage and educate visitors from all over the world through the continuing restoration and development of the entire estate and our collection. Our Mission is to highlight the achievements of Bletchley Park in the Second World War, it’s role as a birthplace of computing, it’s importance for understanding the past and relevance for the future.

  • Combat Stress - For veterans’ mental health

    Combat Stress - For veterans’ mental health

    LeatherheadUnited Kingdom

    We are Combat Stress. The UK’s leading charity for veterans’ mental health. For almost a century, we’ve helped former servicemen and woman deal with issues such as trauma, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. The help Combat Stress provides is as vital today as it was after the First World War when the charity was founded. Today, we provide support to veterans from every service and every conflict. On the phone and online. In the community and at our treatment centres.

  • Help for Heroes

    Help for Heroes

    SalisburyUnited Kingdom

    At Help for Heroes, we believe those who serve our country deserve support when they’re wounded. Every day, seven people have to leave the Armed Forces as a result of physical or psychological wounds; their lives changed forever.

  • League of Remembrance

    League of Remembrance

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    We formed in 1915, originally to support the widows and children of those soldiers killed in the Great War, later adding veterans and retired nursing staff to those we help.