RBL came in and listened, supported and helped us come back together as a family.
I love being a member. I feel like part of the family and I've made so many new friends.
RBL means everything to me, that I can be there to help Service men and women.
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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.
Our Tribute Funds are an online space created by you to celebrate the life and memory of a loved one.
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.
Download our free Key Stage 1 teaching resources for 4-7 year-olds that encourage children to use creativity to explore ideas around Remembrance
We work with Dementia UK to provide Admiral Nurses – a specialist service helping the Armed Forces community and their families living with dementia.
The Royal British Legion’s Board of Trustees has confirmed that the charity has taken the difficult decision to cease operating its much loved break centre service.
We're here to help our Armed Forces community. Our support starts after one day of service and continues through life, long after service is over.
On discovering that a dog could help support their autistic son, The Gill family reached out to The Royal British Legion for help.
We have explored the challenges Service children face and produced best practice guides looking at ways to support them in school.
I’d like to find out more ways that I can get involved with RBL.
From expert rehabilitation, to recovery through art programmes, we're here to ensure the Armed Forces community can access the help they need.
As a carer it can be hard to find the time to look after yourself. We're here to support you, and those you’re caring for, to get the help you need.