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In RBL’s centenary year, we are firmly focused on our future. By building on a century of work we’ll make sure we are a charity fit for the next 100.
From cuvées of champagne to collectable teddy bears, browse our wide selection of official centenary products from our corporate partners.
In our centenary year, we are bringing to life your personal stories, memories and charitable work so that we can tell the story of the RBL last 100 years.
Our work with Cadbury to commemorate the centenary of the First World War won an award for Best Fundraising Campaign.
Members are a vital part of our national network and are involved in all that we do. Become a member of the Royal British Legion today.
RBL was formed on 15 May 1921, bringing together four organisations of ex-servicemen that had established themselves after the First World War.
Our volunteers make a huge difference to the lives of others. Find out what some of them have to say about volunteering with us.
From Nursing and Fundraising, to Marketing, Campaigning and Technology, there are many different jobs at the Royal British Legion.
We promise that should we, or you, have to cancel your place due to official Covid-19 restrictions we’ll transfer your place to another event or offer a refund.
We are so grateful to all donations to the Legion. Our life-changing work would not be possible without our supporter’s commitment and generosity.
Nicci Pugh joined the Royal Navy as a QARNNS nurse, she shares her memories of the Falklands war.
Across the UK our team of Advice and Information staff provide vital support to ex-Serving personnel and their families.
We extend a huge thank you for your support in 2019. In 2020 we'll continue to make the voice of Armed Forces community heard.
Our Admiral Nurse service has expanded to Leeds and Bradford to provide support for carers of those with dementia in the Armed Forces Community.
Following our successful campaign, veterans such as Keith Clarke no longer see their military compensation taken to cover social care costs.
Every year we host Poppy Days across the UK as part of our annual Poppy Appeal, with hundreds of military personnel taking part alongside volunteers.