Today, 7 people will be medically discharged from the Armed Forces and their lives will change forever. This Armed Forces Day, show your support for those who put their lives on the line for us and help give them a second chance at life for them and their families.
Read some of their stories here.
There are lots of ways to join our fundraising forces, whether that’s donating, hosting a bake sale or volunteering your time. Together we can make a real difference.
Together we can be part of The Force for Good.
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Today, seven lives will change forever. All at once these highly-trained individuals lose the camaraderie, purpose, and career which has been their life. Show your support for them this Armed Forces Day.
Zoe Williams was medically discharged from the Royal Navy in December 2015 – just as Service Personnel and Veterans were given the opportunity to register their interest in joining the UK’s team for the second Invictus Games, to be held in Florida the following year. Zoe put herself forward.
Become a part of The Force for Good and make a donation to change the lives of our wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women. Together with your support, we can continue to help those whose lives have been affected whilst serving in the Armed Forces.
Bakers of Britain, earn your stripes at the nation’s biggest bake sale. Simply host a bake sale during Armed Forces Week, 23 June – 1 July and be part of The Force for Good by helping us raise money to empower Veterans and their families to reach their potential.
Thanks to ASDA’s continued support, 2018 marks the 8th year of our collection weekend in their stores nationwide. Volunteer a few hours of your time over the weekend of 21 – 22 July at your nearest ASDA store and be part of The Force for Good.
Volunteer your time and make a stand for Heroes. Register your interest to volunteer a few hours of your time to collect at Transport for London underground stations, raising funds for Service Personnel and their families.
Thursday 12 July 2018There are an estimated 66,090 UK Armed Forces personnel who served between 1991-2014 who are currently, or may in the future, suffer from health probl...
Friday 6 July 2018Armed forces veterans from across south Wales have taken part in a Help for Heroes Sports Recovery residential course at Margam Country Park.