Our supporters and veterans do some amazing things to support our charity.



Robert Middlemiss standing with Keller and Kessler

A blind veteran tours the US: the story of Robert Middlemiss

 A Sergeant-Major in the 2nd King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Middlemiss had been blinded at Gallipoli. He came to us at our then headquarters in Regent’s Park in September 1915 but his training there was interrupted by a very unusual request.  The B.…

06 April 2017 21:00
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Veteran Ron Freer

Veterans’ Gateway brings access to a range of support to Armed Forces community

Veterans’ Gateway makes finding the right support easier and quicker – no matter where you are or what you need. Veterans’ Gateway is made up of a consortium of Armed Forces charities. A group of referral partners also back the service, allowing Vete…

04 April 2017
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Blind veteran with mum

A Mother’s love: mum to blind veteran thanks our charity for vital support

When Elizabeth Heaume’s son, 34-year-old Army veteran Mark, discovered he had a brain tumour in 2006, their lives were turned upside down.

Mark signed up to the…

24 March 2017 17:00
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