The thoughts and prayers of everybody at Help for Heroes is with the Queen and the Royal Family as they lay The Duke of Edinburgh to rest today. We remember his military heroism and why he will always be one of us, a veteran.
Help for Heroes will no longer be operating out of its four Recovery Services and instead, all support for veterans will be delivered in the community or online. The Recovery Centres will be used by the MoD for serving personnel.
Today (Monday 8th February 2021), Parliament had its first chance to debate the new Armed Forces Bill and the Government’s proposal to bring forward legislation to embed the Armed Forces Covenant into law.
This Mental Health Awareness Week (May 13-19 2019), Veterans supported by Help for Heroes are speaking out about how physical injuries affected their mental health and body image.
Crowds cheered, flags waved and steep hills were climbed…and that was before the cycling had even begun!
Cycling is in Help for Heroes’ DNA...
8 veterans took to the stage at the Royal Variety Performance 2018 to perform for Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Today, the Tour de Yorkshire has announced military charity Help for Heroes as their official charity partner for 2019.
The Invictus Games Choir will perform at their most prestigious venue yet at the Royal Albert Hall.
Today is ‘Roald Dahl Day’ which celebrates his writing work – but did you know he would have been eligible for Help for Heroes support as he was injured in the Royal Air Force?
A team of staff at Help for Heroes are taking on their biggest challenge yet...
The Invictus Games Choir are celebrating, after the Carly Paoli single they feature on is officially released today.