The Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion has been supporting members of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, British Army, Royal Air Force, Reservists, veterans and their families since 1921.
The Legion is at the heart of a national network that supports our Armed Forces community through thick and thin. Support starts after seven days of service and continues through life, long after service is over.
If there is ever a reason the Legion can’t help, its vast network means it will know someone who can.
The Royal British Legion know that the needs of the Armed Forces community are complex, so partner charities and organisations can help offer advice and support on everything from PTSD to housing.
How The Royal British Legion Helps
Finance: From supporting veterans and their families through debt and emergency situations, to helping set up a new home and accessing benefits, The Royal British Legion is here for financial guidance.
Independent Living: From helping older veterans and their families with home adaptations and repairs, to providing 24-hour care phones, mobility aids or simply someone to talk to, The Royal British Legion is here to help veterans live independently.
Care: From providing dedicated care homes for older veterans, to dementia care and in-home support for carers, The Royal British Legion is here to help veterans live on through life.
Recovery: From sports and arts based rehabilitation courses to providing mobility aids and equipment, The Royal British Legion is here to ensure every veteran, Service man and woman receives the highest quality recovery and rehabilitation support.
Respite: From breaks for service families to activity courses for children, The Royal British Legion is here to help Armed Forces families get away from the stresses of everyday life.
Employment: From helping with your CV, to training courses and access to Armed Forces friendly employers, The Royal British Legion is here to help veterans adjust to life after Service.