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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We can help members of the Armed Forces community who need financial support, including urgent assistance for getting through a temporary crisis.
The Officers' Association is the only Tri-Service organisation that looks after officers.
We provide grants to other not-for-profit organisations planning projects for the benefit of the Armed Forces community.
We can provide specialist compensation advice, help with debt and emergency situations, and can support you through grant applications.
On discovering that a dog could help support their autistic son, The Gill family reached out to The Royal British Legion for help.
Each year, our immediate needs grants scheme helps thousands of people through emergencies by providing an individual crisis grants.
We’re here to help ease the burden of financial pressures and transition into civilian life for the Armed Forces community.
Our veterans medical funds programme provides support for veterans with hearing loss and serious physical injury.
We can also help you to get support or funding to adapt your home or receive new equipment so that you can safely and confidently get around.
If you need adaptions to help you live independently in your home, we can provide information and advice on how to receive support.
The Centre for Blast Injury Studies at Imperial College London was established in 2011 to further the research into the difficulties surrounding blast injury.
For those who would like to continue studying after university, we fund a unique opportunity for postgraduates to study in South Korea.
Harris Tatakis was seriously injured in 2007 when his Land Rover drove over an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) while serving in Afghanistan.
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.
After Tim Mackereth completed 22 years of service, he turned to us for support starting up his own blacksmith business.
Since 2015 a team at the Centre for Blast Injury Studies has been investigating hearing loss amongst veterans, and possible remedies.