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Our Wales Manifesto 2021 highlights key actions to improve the welfare and services of the Armed Forces community in Wales.
RBL's 2020 report explores how disabled veterans experience the social security system and the unique barriers that they face to accessing statutory support.
Read stories of how RBL bring together nations, communities and individuals to create better futures for the Armed Forces community and their families.
Take part in fundraising lotteries, raffles and prize draws, and you can support the work of the Legion whilst having the chance to win prizes.
Shop our RBL 100 items, from limited-edition centenary pins to our richly illustrated 'We are the Legion' book, online at the Poppy Shop.
Our manifestos outline key actions we think government should take to improve services for those in the Armed Forces community.
Our branches are focal points for social activity, Remembrance and are ready to support the Armed Forces community.
In our centenary year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson met collectors at Downing St to make his donation to the 2021 Poppy Appeal.
Find out how your organisation can partner with the Royal British Legion and help support the Armed Forces community.
The Gulf War, fought from 1990 to 1991, saw the largest use of British troops in one deployment since the Second World War.
We have put forward over 100 recommendations to the UK Government on how to implement their veterans strategy.
We’ve campaigned on issues that matter most to the Armed Forces community for 100 years and we’re continuing to adapt to their needs for the future.
Tom Foy, a Corporal in the RAF Regiment, tells us how he got involved with his local Branch, and how proud he is to carry the Standard for them.
When veteran Reggie could no longer get into the garden after a fall, we came to the rescue to help him grow flowers for his wife again.
Learn more about the benefits, development and support you’ll get working for the Royal British Legion.
Nicholas Bennion was used to taking on challenges in his military career, but when he left the Army he needs our help adapting to civilian life.