Our Armed Forces may no longer be engaged in active conflict, but thousands are facing their toughest battles yet. Painful injuries. Mental trauma. Disability. Poverty. Isolation. And more.

You have the power to positively change veterans' and their families lives. 

To simply meet the current demand for our services, we need to raise in the region of £19 million each year.  

By choosing to support our work, you are investing in happier and healthier futures for veterans and their families.

Please get in touch

We consider any major gift of £5,000 or more to be philanthropic. 

If you would like to talk to our Philanthropy Team about supporting our cause, please email philanthropy@helpforheroes.org.uk


Many veterans need specialist support for their conditions – something that the NHS and statutory services can’t always provide. But this level of care costs money and that's where your donation will make such a difference.

Our teams provide specialist mental and physical healthcare in veterans homes and communities across the UK, improving their wellbeing, happiness and life chances. 

We carefully tailor our support to a person’s needs and there are many ways we do this

Improve people’s physical health

From helping veterans manage and improve their pain to helping them get into and around their homes. We help veterans take control of their healthcare journey and physical health.

    Support people’s mental health

    Our Hidden Wounds service is a bespoke mental health service that helps veterans, and their families work through trauma and take back control of their lives.

    Provide skills and training

    Our Recovery College offers free courses that give people the skills, knowledge and confidence to take back control of their lives.

      Offer practical support

      Our case managers help veterans, and their families plan, coordinate and monitor the right support.

        Pay for items that change people’s lives

        We provide grants to help veterans with a range of problems. From prosthetic limbs, lightweight wheelchairs or mobility scoters to home modifications and adaptive equipment.

        Improve mental and physical health through sport and social activities

        Sport and physical activity is often all it takes for a veteran to find their spark again. For many, the brew and the chat afterwards with other veterans and military families, is just as important.

          Assist our campaigning work

          We work with policy makers to ensure veterans get a just deal and educate society about the difficulties veterans and their families face.

          Deliver specialist care

          We provide round-the-clock specialist care to some of the country’s most seriously injured veterans, who will need our support for the rest of their lives. Over the next three years, we aim to raise £17 million to ensure they get the support they need for the rest of their lives.

          How we'll work with you

          We know that making a significant gift is a hugely personal and ultimately rewarding decision. Our Philanthropy Team is on hand to make sure your experience with us is a great one and works for you. 

          You will have

          • a dedicated member of our Philanthropy Team to be your point of contact
          • regular updates on the impact your gift is making
          • exclusive invitations to our major donor events.

          If you are new to making philanthropic gifts, you might find the Charities Aid Foundation Guide to Giving a useful resource.