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During the Covid-19 lockdowns, WW2 veteran Dennis volunteered to help lift the spirits of isolated and vulnerable people in his 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.
Army veteran Steve King is looking forward to his first Christmas in his new home after we rescued him from homelessness during the Covid-19 pandemic.
When Covid-19 restrictions were announced earlier this year, ex-Army medic Julian Groves wasn’t initially phased, but soon realised he needed to start interacting with people again and joined our Telephone Buddy scheme.
Martin Skirth will spend Christmas apart from his family this year, so we sent them a special Royal British Legion Christmas pudding as part of our Together at Christmas initiative.
When Ann Michelle Thompson’s disability benefit was removed, we helped her appeal the decision and get it reinstated.
After being medically discharged from the Army, we helped Emmanuel Akor with a benefit claim for his young son who is autistic.
Jake Shroff was struggling with isolation and living with PTSD when he reached out for help to buy a new trike to regain some independence.
From career advice to employment grants, RBL can help support you and your family, during and after your time in the Armed Forces.
Everyone at the Royal British Legion is incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
For the first time veterans will be identified in the 2021 census and will no longer be hidden in plain sight. After four years of hard-fought campaigning, legislation was finally passed in June 2020.
The Royal British Legion is deeply saddened to learn of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
Rugby player Joe Cokanasiga is backing our calls to scrap fees for military personnel from the Commonwealth wishing to stay in the UK after service.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, the lives of Army veteran Jason and his family were impacted. Thanks to our kind supporters, we were able to help Jason and his children.
After becoming separated during the Covid-19 pandemic, we helped reunite Army veteran Chris with his family in time for Christmas in 2020.
After leaving the Armed Forces, Adam Brown joined the Royal British Legion Riders’ Branch and has gone on to raise over £100,000 for RBL.