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The Poppy Memorial, at the National Memorial Arboretum, is home to hundreds of Poppies inscribed with the name of loved ones in remembrance and celebration of their lives.
Giving family and friends the option to give a gift in lieu of flowers at a funeral is a special way to celebrate the life of a loved one.
There are many ways you can give to the Royal British Legion. From a one-off donation or giving a gift in memory - there's something for everyone.
Our Tribute Funds are an online space created by you to celebrate the life and memory of a loved one.
Whether you’re a volunteer, member or proud Poppy Appeal collector – however you choose to support the Royal British Legion, we couldn’t do it without you.
The Royal British Legion's Manifesto 2017 highlights five key priorities that we believe the government should be focusing on to help support the Armed Forces community.
The Poppy Appeal is the Royal British Legion’s biggest fundraising campaign held every year in November, during the period of Remembrance.
Following the election of Manchester’s first mayor we outlined key policy changes that would help support the Armed Forces community.
Our Wales Manifesto outlines key actions to improve the welfare of the Armed Forces community in Wales.
By donating to The Royal British Legion, you’re helping us to help those in need within the Armed Forces community.
Shop our Falklands 40 collections, from limited-edition commemorative pins to keyrings featuring the Vulcan aircraft that took part in 'Operation Black Buck’.
Giving a gift in memory is a touching way to remember someone special by honouring their life and supporting a cause that was important to them.
Ahead of the 2015 General Election, we produced a manifesto outlining key actions we for the Government to improve the life of the Armed Forces community.
Compensation rules for veterans who develop Mesothelioma from working with asbestos during Service have been changed.
As Covid restrictions ease, our volunteers are back out in their communities to raise vital funds for our Poppy Appeal. Apply now to become a Poppy Volunteer.
Join the Royal British Legion and become part of an international network of people who help support the Armed Forces community.