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The Royal British Legion has launched a new initiative to help provide extra support to the Armed Forces community at annual festive get togethers.
Feel-good cook Melissa Hemsley is helping us celebrate VE Day with her root veg fritters recipe, inspired by the waste-not rationing mentality of World War Two.
This year the Legion is continuing its partnership with the Jo Cox Foundation, encouraging everyone to take part in the Great Get Together.
Major Steve Little was given less than 24 hours to prepare when he was called up to support the Army’s COVID-19 response, leaving behind his family.
The Legion welcomes new guidance to ensure divorced or separated spouses and partners of Service personnel in England can access housing support on the same terms as other Armed Forces families.
A disabled youngster in Wirral has a new lease of life after we teamed up with other Armed Forces charities to provide him with a purpose-built trike.
Martin Skirth will spend Christmas apart from his family this year, so we sent them a special Royal British Legion Christmas pudding as part of our Together at Christmas initiative.
After being medically discharged from the Army, we helped Emmanuel Akor with a benefit claim for his young son who is autistic.
Jake Shroff was struggling with isolation and living with PTSD when he reached out for help to buy a new trike to regain some independence.
Rugby player Joe Cokanasiga is backing our calls to scrap fees for military personnel from the Commonwealth wishing to stay in the UK after service.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, the lives of Army veteran Jason and his family were impacted. Thanks to our kind supporters, we were able to help Jason and his children.
After becoming separated during the Covid-19 pandemic, we helped reunite Army veteran Chris with his family in time for Christmas in 2020.
Rachel Hughes was so touched by the support and care her grandparents received at our Galanos House Care Home that she chose to forge a career as a nurse with hopes of one day working back at the home that inspired her.
In partnership with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, we have developed an Armed Forces Community Garden in Hillfield Park, Solihull.
In our Centenary year we look at how we have supported ex-Servicemen into work for the last 100 years, and how we continue to support them today.
We’ve campaigned on issues that matter most to the Armed Forces community for 100 years and we’re continuing to adapt to their needs for the future.