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The Royal British Legion wants to find out more about the impact of the current welfare benefits system on our veterans.
We are here to help members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. And we’re not going anywhere.
We have explored the challenges Service children face and produced best practice guides looking at ways to support them in school.
The Armed Forces community face unique challenges after Service. Read our advice to reduce those difficulties.
If you've found yourself in difficulty over housing, these resources will help you find the specialist support and information you need.
Make your donations go further with Gift Aid at no extra cost to you. If you are a UK taxpayer, for every £1 you give to the Legion, we receive an extra 25p from HM Revenue and Customs - it costs you nothing.
The Legion can support you through the complicated process of an inquiry or inquest after a bereavement, an already a difficult and painful time.
We offer robust support services in a number of areas but sometimes what's needed is a bit of advice or recommendation to a more specialised service.
We've collected these additional resources on rights, benefits, pensions and allowances you may find useful.
Our Telephone Buddy scheme offers companionship, support and a friendly ear to anyone who is feeling lonely or isolated, across the UK and beyond.
The Legion can help serving personnel with career advice and support before they join, during service and after leaving the Armed Forces.
The Legion can provide information, advice and direct support to members of the Armed Forces when dealing with issues including housing and separation.
Would you like to find out more about being a member of the Legion? Check out some our frequently asked questions today.
Nicholas Bennion was used to taking on challenges in his military career, but when he left the Army he needs our help adapting to civilian life.
RAF medic, Ian Ewers-Larose who served in the Falklands and on Operation Granby in the first Gulf War, tells us how his health deteriorated after Service.
When a freak injury ended marine Nick Fleming's chances of ever seeing active deployment, he left the services unsure of what to do next.