The Legion came in and listened, supported and helped us come back together as a family.
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The Legion means everything to me, that I can be there to help Service men and women.
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In this Poppy Press edition, we're asking the nation to help us celebrate 100 years of support for the Armed Forces community by leaving a personal message.
Like most organisations, RBL is feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Please support our appeal so we can continue to support the Armed Forces community.
Join in to mark our 100th anniversary by adding a message of support for the Armed Forces community on our 100 Years of Support online message board.
We are thrilled to announce that if you are a Revolut customer you can now donate directly to the Poppy Appeal through Revolut Donations.
Nicole Brown is a Trainee Paramedic and Naval Reservist, and during lockdown earlier this year she helped support frontline NHS resources on the road.
Flyle Hussain collects for the Poppy Appeal, and although this year will be different, he’s been working to help organise collections in his local area.
Poppy Railton, 11, has been supporting the Poppy Appeal since she was in infant school. This year unable to sell poppies with her Guide group she is encouraging people to get involved in other ways.
Flt Lt Samantha Rawlinson is part of the RAF Medical Service and has recently been working on an Intensive Care Unit in Birmingham, supporting the NHS.
Second World War veteran Ken Judd, 97, is a resident at the Legion’s Galanos House care home which relies on donations from the Poppy Appeal to care for elderly veterans in their times of need.
Karl Phillips works in the FP Force in the RAF and in April was part of a team helping to provide additional support to NHS Ambulance crews.