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Each year thousands of volunteers around the country take part in our annual Poppy Appeal. Due to challenges and restrictions we are unable to accept any volunteers for this year.
We’ve partnered with St James’s House Publishing for our Centenary to write and publish Cooking with Heroes.
Fill in this form to apply to volunteer for The Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal and be part of something amazing.
The Royal British Legion announces the appointment of its new National President and the election of the charity’s first female National Chairman.
The time has passed to make a dedication on our virtual Field of Remembrance. Please check back in September to leave a Tribute on our Field.
Our Public Affairs and Public Policy team work across strategic areas of importance to represent the interests of the Armed Forces community.
The Royal British Legion is committed to becoming a truly inclusive organisation, where everyone feels valued for the contribution they make.
Jack Smith joined the Royal Marines in 1942 when he was only 17. Two years later he was one of thousands of Allied troops taking part in D-Day.
We’re here to help ease the burden of financial pressures and transition into civilian life for the Armed Forces community.
For those who would like to continue studying after university, we fund a unique opportunity for postgraduates to study in South Korea.
Our work with Cadbury to commemorate the centenary of the First World War won an award for Best Fundraising Campaign.
This year the Legion is continuing its partnership with the Jo Cox Foundation, encouraging everyone to take part in the Great Get Together.
As a carer it can be hard to find the time to look after yourself. We're here to support you, and those you’re caring for, to get the help you need.
Saltwell Park (Gateshead) Field of Remembrance is a special way to pay tribute to all those who have lost their lives in Service for our country.
As a result of Covid-19, we took the difficult decision not to go ahead with the 2020 Flanders Field of Poppies at the Menin Gate in Belgium.
Tribute Ink is back on tour, starting at the York Army Museum on 17 May.