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“Being able to support all the staff hands-on, which in turn allows them to support our beneficiaries and our Armed Forces community – that’s amazing.”
Royal British Legion urges the UK Government to improve the Armed Forces Bill to enable the Covenant to truly deliver on behalf of those who have served our country.
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.
If you would like to find out more about volunteering with the Royal British Legion take a look at our FAQs.
Join us for a City Poppy Day – a collection day supported by members of the Armed Forces, all in aid of the Poppy Appeal for The Royal British Legion.
The gravestones of the first and last British soldiers to be killed in WWI sit opposite each other in the St Symphorien military cemetery in Belgium.
Take on the 11/11 challenge to support the Poppy Appeal. Inspired by the 11th day of the 11th month, we’re asking you to raise funds to help our Armed Forces.
For millions of pre-partition Indian Army soldiers who had fought in the Far East, peace brought a number of challenges.
The incredible story of how Major John Monro escapes a Japanese POW camp during the Second World War and received the Military Cross.
As African men from the Fourteenth Army returned home in 1945, they found the war had brought subtle and profound change to the continent.
Photographer Stuart Wood talks about the inspiration behind his project to capture the memories and experiences of D-Day veterans.
Everyone at The Royal British Legion is incredibly sad to hear of the passing of Dame Vera Lynn, a true ‘forces sweetheart’ and symbol of hope to the Armed Forces community.
Everyone at The Royal British Legion is incredibly sad to hear of the passing of Dame Barbara Windsor. An unforgettable character, Dame Barbara brought joy to all who knew her with her infectious laugh and personality.
We are thrilled to announce that if you are a Revolut customer you can now donate directly to the Poppy Appeal through Revolut Donations.
Our branches offer a unique opportunity to connect members with youth groups in local communities; supporting fundraising projects and much more.