RBL Poppy

Make a donation

Please select an amount or enter your own. The minimum donation is £1.


£5 a month could help with vital household items for a veteran and their family

£15 a month could help fund a recovery course place at our Battle Back Centre

£25 a month could help pay for an RBL Case Officer to provide one-to-one support

£5 could help pay for an electricity top up, so a veteran always has electricity

£10 could contribute towards an online course, to help a veteran secure a job

£25 could support a veteran’s rehabilitation with a place on our arts programme

Our support is a lifeline for thousands of serving and ex-serving personnel and their families.

The Royal British Legion is working hard to support the most vulnerable in our society, be it older veterans that we care for, those who suffer from social isolation, or those who are simply overwhelmed by the challenges associated with the cost-of-living crisis.

We can only continue to provide these services with your help.

How your donations help

We provide support for members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families. By making a donation, you could help those in need within our Armed Forces community.

Other ways to give

By phone

Remember you can always call our friendly fundraising support team on 0345 845 1945 to make a donation by phone.

By text

To donate £2 text POPPY2 to 70545*

To donate £5 text POPPY5 to 70545*

To donate £10 text POPPY10 to 70545*

*Texts cost £2, £5, or £10 plus your standard network rate. We receive 100% of your donation.

We will contact you by text on the mobile number you used to allow you to let us know how you would like to be contacted in the future and to find out whether you would like to add Gift Aid to your donation.

By post

Please print off a donation form and return to Royal British Legion, Supporter Care, Haig House 199 High Borough Street, London SE1 1AA.

Other ways to support us

How your support helps

Your donations help us to provide invaluable support to the Armed Forces community.
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