We can provide support to serving and ex-Service people and their dependants who are suffering financially. We are also there for those who need urgent assistance to get through a temporary crisis, such as homelessness.
Veterans Medical Funds
Mobility Aids & Equipment Grants
Household Equipment & Adaptation
You could be missing out on financial and other support from grant-giving funds. Use our free Grants Search tool to help you find the most appropriate funds, based on your circumstances and needs.Grants Finder
Employment Support Grants
The Royal British Legion directly helps thousands of beneficiaries every year. But we also provide funds to other organisations, manage trusts and scholarship funds and help the wider Armed Forces community in many ways.External Grants
Women's Section Allowances
The welfare of women who served, or are wives or widows of Servicemen and their dependants is very much our concern. The Women’s Section has a number of benevolent programmes where financial assistance and other services are available to women, men and children.Women's Section website
People who have been helped by the Legion
The Royal British Legion is there to support and offer practical assistance to every ex-Serviceman or woman and their dependants, who is homeless or living in temporary accommodation. Find out more here.
Contact your local Legion Area Office via our Contact Centre on 0808 802 8080 or email us at email@example.com.
Through our national network of trained caseworkers, The Royal British Legion is working jointly with SSAFA on a Prison In-Reach programme. Together, we can offer advice and practical support to ex-Service people who are serving a prison sentence and their immediate dependants.
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The Royal British Legion also administers funds on behalf of specialist ex-Service organisations. If you, or someone you know, might be eligible for a grant from one of the organisations below, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call our helpline on 0808 802 8080.