There are endless ways you can get involved and say Thank You to the First World War generation. Check out what events are taking place near you, get inspired with our entertaining and unique involvement ideas, and why not download one of our Summer Activity packs too?
Research your family links to WW1 and tweet any photos of WW1 relations using #ThankYou100
Think about a WW1 innovation you couldn't live without, such as teabags or tissues - share it on social media or try giving it up for a while
Arrange a Thank You vegetable competition with your local garden association, in recognition of the work on the home front to keep everyone fed during the war
Every One Remembered
To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, we want to ensure that all commonwealth service men and women who fell during WW1 are remembered.
Leave your own unique commemoration on our website to one of the fallen: a family member, someone from your local area; or any of the many still left to be remembered. This year we want to make sure we have joined together to say thank you to the 1.1 million service men and women who gave their lives in WW1.
Keep entertained during the school holidays with our Thank You activity packs. They are jam-packed with lots of interesting information and activities to inspire your child's creativity.Find out more
The Thank You creative competition in partnership with Never Such Innocence has now closed.
We are currently working our way through judging the entries, we'll post an update and the names of the winners in October.
Thank You resources
What is Thank You
100 years ago the guns fell silent on the world’s first truly global war. We believe it is time to think about all of those who lived through this tragic and remarkable time - and who put Britain on the path to becoming what it is today. It’s time to say Thank You for all they did for us.Find out more