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It can be a very difficult and confusing time when someone dies so we are here to help if you need practical, emotional, or financial support.
At an emotionally difficult time, you may need help with funeral costs for a member of the Armed Forces community, including spouses, dependants, or carers.
The Royal British Legion will always attempt to attend the funeral of anyone who has served, or of a branch member when invited to do so by family.
We are here to help in any way we can and have provided some guidance to help you deal with the practical impact of losing someone.
The Royal British Legion is a body incorporated by Royal Charter, which sets out our objectives and powers, and details how we are structured, organised, managed and run.
We’re incredibly proud to be supporting Team UK to compete at the Invictus Games Düsseldorf 2023.
Network for Carers is a project funded by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust and designed to help Armed Forces carers feel less lonely and isolated because of their caring role.
Families may reach out to funeral directors for help and support when arranging a collection for their loved one in lieu of flowers.
Finding a job can be one of the hardest parts of leaving the Armed Forces, but we can help you to gain financial assistance to help you find suitable work.
A state-of-the-art clinical rehabilitation facility, the DNRC provides expert care and support for wounded, injured and sick Armed Forces personnel.
Please fill in the form below so we can send your Funeral Directors pack in the post. They can be used at funerals, cremations, and other similar events.
We can help members of the Armed Forces community who need financial support, including urgent assistance for getting through a temporary crisis.
We work with Dementia UK to provide Admiral Nurses – a specialist service helping the Armed Forces community and their families living with dementia.
From providing care homes for older veterans, to support for carers, to helping the Armed Forces community to live safely at home, we're here to help.
Your feedback can help us improve our services and ensure we continue to provide the best support for the Armed Forces community and their families.
We provide grants to other not-for-profit organisations planning projects for the benefit of the Armed Forces community.