Apply for an Individual or Third Party Grant

Help for Heroes

Grants for Individuals

Who can apply?

If you have suffered a life-changing injury or illness while serving in the British Armed Forces, have a service attributable injury, or are a family member or dependant of someone who has, we are here to offer you financial support.

What can I apply for?

Our Quick Reaction Fund (QRF) can help by giving swift financial support to alleviate the distress caused by injury or support you on your Road to Recovery. 

We could provide a grant for things like:

  • Housing adaptations
  • Sports Recovery equipment and activities
  • White and brown goods
  • Vocational and employment opportunities
  • Debt management

And so much more.

How will I receive the funds?

The QRF is delivered directly by us, or administered for us through the Services' own charities and aims to provide support within 72 hours in urgent cases.

How do I apply?

To find out more, please get in touch with our friendly team on grants@helpforheroes.org.uk or 01980 844354. 

Charity Partner Funding

At Help for Heroes, we are passionate about working in partnership with other organisations to avoid duplication and reduce administration. We strongly believe that by joining together, we can ensure we deliver the very best support, for life. We are delighted to be able to work with nearly 60 other organisations and the Service’s own charities to ensure that the wounded and their relatives get the speedy support and opportunities they so richly deserve.

If you are an organisation or charity who can offer support to our beneficiaries through your own activities, and you wish to do so in collaboration that is grant funded, please click the link below to explore this further with us.

Apply for a charity grant

Please provide details of your Trustees by completing our online Trustee Information form. Click here to download a copy of the form.

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You can change someone's life today

Big or small, every donation makes a difference to our wounded Servicemen and women and their loved ones.

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