Almost 40,000 people have been medically discharged from the British Armed Forces in the last twenty years.
Our mission is to help all wounded veterans stand strong; we fight for and support every single person that needs help.
Some of the 40,000 are living with injuries so severe, they are dependent on round-the-clock care. These men and women live with catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injury, multiple limb loss, sight loss, paralysis and serious mental health conditions. The severity of their injuries means they can face huge challenges and high levels of social isolation.
We provide bespoke support for these very seriously injured (VSI) veterans, to improve quality of life for them and their families.
Many were told they would never walk again, never talk again and never live independently again. Every journey is different, but with the right support, they can defy the odds.
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Read their stories
Simon Vaughan was one of Afghanistan’s most seriously injured veterans and was not expected to survive his injuries.Read his story
Former Royal Marine Dom Lovett was on a training exercise in 2008 when a freak accident rendered him paralysed from the neck down and fighting for survival.Read his story
Former Kingsman Anthony Cooper’s life changed forever when he was injured by a roadside bomb at the age of 22.Read his Story
Aged just 21, he lost his right leg and suffered a devastating brain injury that left him paralysed and unable to speak. His mum, Terrie, shares the lifelong impact Paul’s injuries have had on him and the family.Read his story