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Strong Made Stronger

While it takes strength to serve in the Armed Forces, it takes a different kind of strength to live life beyond injury. It could be the strength needed to learn to walk again, or the strength to ask for help after suffering in silence for 15 years. Together, we can help our wounded veterans overcome their daily battles and thrive.


Previous Campaigns

Never Say Never

Some veterans are living with injuries so severe that they are dependent on round-the-clock care. These men and women live with catastrophic injuries and  can face huge challenges. Every journey is different, but with the right support, they can defy the odds.

40,000 Strong

In the last 20 years, the lives of almost 40,000 men and women have been derailed by injury. Every day this number grows. Wounded veterans are entitled to receive the help they need which is why we are fighting to fix the gaps in support for our wounded veterans and their families.

One Less Battle

In 2018, 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.

Cut the Clock

In 2019 we commissioned a study to look at how long it takes veterans to reach out for mental health support. The results suggest that on average it takes four years for an individual to come forward for the support they need. We want to cut the clock and end mental health stigma.

Force for Good

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. 


Face it Together

 In this series of Facing It Together videos, Help for Heroes beneficiaries are captured in conversation with supporters. They are real people, in real conversations, not scripted or rehearsed, just excited to meet each other and hear one another's story.

Together, Rebuilding Lives

This series of images, taken by Roger Keller, tells our Heroes’ stories through their tattoos.  Each image also represents the many thousands more who will need our help, either now or in the future.