Be part of The Force for Good
This year we are asking our supporters, volunteers, partners, employees, beneficiaries and their families to unite and be part of The Force for Good. By giving your expertise, time and hard-earned cash YOU can be part of a force to be reckoned with.
Together, we can empower our most disciplined, determined and best to regain their purpose.
Together, we can spread the message and help those who haven’t come forward yet.
Together, we can inspire the nation to keep supporting our wounded, injured and sick Veterans and their families, and make a real difference.
Help for Heroes provides recovery and support for all those and their families who have been affected by their time serving in the British Armed Forces. We are here for wounds both visible and hidden and are driven by the belief that those who put their lives on the line for us, deserve a second chance at life for them and their families.
Over the past 10 years, together, we have been able to support more than 17,000 of those who need us most. And that’s thanks to the dedicated support of the nation.
However, we know that there are many that we haven’t yet been able to help and we’re determined to reach those who haven’t come forward. To do this we need YOUR help.
There will be lots of ways that YOU can get involved throughout the year, but for now, join us by sharing on social media that you are proud to be part of #TheForceforGood.
The Force for Good | See The Difference You Have Made
Click below to read more about how the nations support has given them and their families a second chance at life.
After leaving the Navy, Craig travelled the world creating the most wonderful memories, but his involvement in Help for Heroes is one of his proudest.
Justin found employment as front-of-house support at Phoenix House Catterick after his military career ended due to a freak accident which shattered his spine.
Facing medical discharge from the military in 2015, Matt hoped he could retain an active lifestyle despite injury. Help for Heroes empowered him to turn his life around.
With PTSD-induced anxiety, Ali turned her life around by being part of the 2016 Invictus Choir. Ali now sings in the Help for Heroes-supported choir to aid recovery.
Being forced to leave the military, Rory now speaks at corporate events about his experiences of war and his achievements post-injury.
Veteran Stu Pearson was portrayed in the film Kajaki and is now a property developer and casualty simulation specialist having been supported by Help for Heroes.