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The Poppy Appeal is the Royal British Legion’s biggest fundraising campaign held every year in November, during the period of Remembrance.
In RBL’s centenary year, we are firmly focused on our future. By building on a century of work we’ll make sure we are a charity fit for the next 100.
Our volunteers have been at the heart of the Poppy Appeal for over 100 years, helping us raise millions of pounds. Apply now to become a Poppy Appeal volunteer.
What is the inspiration and history behind the poppy becoming a symbol of Remembrance?
Thousands of amazing volunteers help raise vital funds during the annual Poppy Appeal. Meet a few of them.
Support the Royal British Legion by buying your poppies and poppy items online at the Poppy Shop.
From handmade silk poppies to the new plastic-free poppy made entirely from paper, discover how the poppy has evolved over the past 100 years.
Place an order from a range of commemorative wreaths with profits going to The Royal British Legion.
John Green was among over 1,000 RBL members to visit WW1 battlefields to mark the 90th anniversary of the Great Pilgrimage in 2018.
Join uniformed personnel, military bands, veterans and supporters, at London Poppy Day and help us raise funds for the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal.
Join us for Manchester Poppy Day – a fundraising collection day all in aid of the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal.
Every year we host Poppy Days across the UK as part of our annual Poppy Appeal, with hundreds of military personnel taking part alongside volunteers.
Red poppies have been worn as a show of support for the Armed Forces community since 1921. Today the Poppy remains as the symbol of Remembrance at the heart of our Poppy Appeal.
After 100 years in circulation as a worldwide symbol symbol of Remembrance, the meaning behind the poppy can get a little lost in translation.
There is no right or wrong way to wear a poppy. Wearing one is a matter of personal choice, as is, how to wear it.
Support RBL as we mark 100 years of the Poppy Appeal, by distributing poppies to your friends and family to ensure we can continue to support our Armed Forces community.