When our Heroes join the Armed Forces, they make a commitment to put their lives on the line for us.
In return, we promise to support these brave men and women, and their families, for life.
Every day, seven men and women are medically discharged from the Armed Forces, their lives changed forever. Some have injuries so severe they would previously have been fatal, and their full impact may take years to understand.
Others have psychological wounds that sometimes do not surface until years after they have been discharged. We provide support for these Veterans, and their families, for as long as they need it.
Last year, we were able to help 4,194 wounded, injured and sick individuals. But there are still thousands out there who need us. Together we can give them one less battle to fight and promise to be there for them, now and in the future.
Whether you choose to fundraise, donate or volunteer, there are plenty of ways you can help us keep this promise.
Take on a Tough Mudder and show your support for our Heroes. Choose from locations all over the UK and get stuck in!
Make the Heroes Promise and give £8 a month to help rebuild lives. Regular donations mean that we can continue to be there for Veterans and their families when they need us.
Can you spare a few hours before starting work, or in the evening, and bucket collect at a Transport for London underground station?
Gordon ‘Nobby’ Clark served his country as a Royal Navy steward for 26 years onboard ships and submarines. He loved his life at sea and was preparing to deploy to the Falklands in 1982 when an injury changed his life forever.
A former soldier from Zimbabwe, who signed up to the British Army in 2000, has spoken about the support he’s received from Help for Heroes Community Recovery team in Wales, and how a grant to help him take part in wheelchair rugby has helped him find new purpose in life.
Battlefield wounds sustained in a split-second can take years to recover from, and some may never heal. Your support is helping us fund a world-leading study into the health needs of Veterans and Servicemen years after they were injured in places like Afghanistan or Iraq. Click below to read more about the Advance Study.
Monday 15 April 2019A former soldier from Zimbabwe, who signed up to the British Army in 2000, has spoken about the support he’s received from Help for Heroes Community R...
Monday 8 April 2019Some Veterans will never fully recover from their battle wounds. Previously, they may not have survived their injuries at all. After extensive lobbyin...