Poppy Appeal collector holding plastic free poppy

Poppy Appeal

Make a donation

Thank you for supporting this year's Poppy Appeal. Every poppy shows you care about the lives of our Armed Forces community.

This year's Poppy Appeal has now ended, and a heartfelt thank you goes out to everyone who participated, whether by donating, volunteering, or undertaking personal fundraising challenges.

If you haven't had the chance to make a donation but would like to do so, there's still time!

Details for the Poppy Appeal 2024 will be available early next year.

Thank you once again for your continued support.

Applications to help at Poppy Appeal 2024 are now open

To apply for Poppy Appeal 2024, fill out the application form
Poppy Appeal Volunteer form

You can continue supporting the Poppy Appeal in the following ways until the end of November.

Poppy Shop

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Fundraise for the Poppy Appeal

Put the fun into your fundraising with a free pack of ideas to raise money for this year’s Poppy Appeal.
Get your free pack
Tribute crosses from the Lydiard Park Field of Remembrance

Remember a Loved One

Every year, thousands of people show their support with a personal Tribute.

Share your message, short or long, and it will be displayed in the Fields of Remembrance. Whether you’re remembering a family member, friend or want to share your respect, please consider donating to support the Armed Forces community.

Leave a Tribute

Is my poppy recyclable?

The most effective way to recycle our poppy is to return it to your local Sainsbury’s store after Armistice Day.

New plastic-free poppies can be recycled in ordinary paper recycling collections.  

You could also wear an enamel poppy pin instead of a paper poppy, and there are a range of alternatives available from our Poppy Shop.

We are committed to ensuring we operate sustainably, and we are working to reduce our carbon footprint and energy use. A key area of focus to date has been our Poppy Appeal products where we have already removed over eight million pieces of single-use plastic. 

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