We help veterans, and those still serving, by providing physical, psychological, financial and welfare support for as long as they need it. We also support families, because they too can be affected by their loved one’s wounds.
We receive almost no Government funding, which means we rely on the spirit and generosity of the UK public, our partners and volunteers to keep going. We have already supported more than 27,000 people and won’t stop until every wounded veteran gets the support they deserve.
Thanks to your generosity, Help for Heroes is able to support men and women who have been wounded, injured or become sick as a result of service.Read more - Our Stories
Stories of Strength
While it takes strength to serve in the Armed Forces, it takes a different kind of strength to live a life beyond injury.Read more - Stories of Strength
Lessons from the Battlefield
Our Lessons from the Battlefield is a resource of tips and tools our recovery teams deliver to veterans and their loved ones who have experienced traumatic events or have been affected by working in high-intensity situations.Read more - Lessons from the Battlefield
We tell the stories of the veterans that your support has helped through a series of campaigns. We champion the wounded, injured and sick UK Armed Forces community and their loved ones, helping them to rebuild their lives after injury or illness.Read more - Our Campaigns
Working with other charities
We are proud to have worked with specialist charities and organisations to ensure our Heroes get the support they deserve. We now operate focus grant-giving on a case-by-case basis to ensure maximum benefit for those we are here to serve.Read more - Working with other charities
How we make a difference
We are proud to be part of a national network of services that enable us to help wounded Service Personnel and loved ones to rebuild their lives.Read more - How we make a difference
We have supported over 22,000 wounded and sick Veterans and family members in the last 12 years. An important part of what we do is understanding their needs, developing our knowledge and fighting for a fair deal.Read more - Knowledge Hub