In the last 20 years, 40,000 wounded men and women have been medically discharged from the Armed Forces, their injuries ending the career they have given their all to.
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.
BAE Systems has entered into a two-year partnership with Invictus UK.
In the charity’s latest efforts to champion the wounded, Help for Heroes is calling on the Government to allow injured Veterans better access to the new DMRC Stanford Hall.
Veteran Phil Bartlett will be running 150 miles in 11 days between Help for Heroes Recovery Centres in Plymouth and Tidworth, through May 2019 to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
Fundraiser and Ultra Challenger, Mark Woodhouse is tackling 100km on the South Coast Challenge and fundraising in support of our Veterans and their families.
New YouGov research shows that Carrot Cake is the British Army’s favourite sweet bake, beating Lemon Drizzle, Chocolate Brownies and Victoria Sponge to the crown!
Award-winning professional services firm, WYG, has become an official supporter of Invictus UK.
Crowds cheered, flags waved and steep hills were climbed…and that was before the cycling had even begun!
Our amazing fundraiser, Anna Lewis is walking all the way around the Isle of Wight this weekend in support of our Heroes.
If you’re free for a day or two during the tour (2-5 May) then you can play a really important role at the Tour de Yorkshire as one of our volunteers.
For wounded soldier Julie Hopkin the chance to volunteer at the Tour de Yorkshire for Help for Heroes is a ‘dream come true’.
Veteran Steve Craddock, is set to fundraise over £500,000 by the end of this year, cycling over 5,000 miles in 2019 alone.