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ABF The Soldiers' Charity  We are ABF The Soldiers' Charity - the Army's National Charity since 1944, supporting soldiers, veterans and their families.

We're delighted to be holding the Glasgow Big Curry in the beautiful setting of Glasgow City Chambers! #BigCurry

We're delighted to support Stand Easy Productions, a charity which helps the recovery of veterans through drama activities.

Follow in the footsteps of those who fought 100 years ago. Walk the Western Front in aid of The Soldiers' Charity.

We're delighted to award a grant of £100,000 to Finchale supporting their vital work.

We are delighted to award TimeBank a £50,000 grant to support Scottish veterans transitioning to civilian life.

We, along with The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and RAF Benevolent Fund, are delighted to be supported by Heroes Drinks through the sale of their premium vodka in over 350 Asda stores in the UK.

We are delighted to provide a grant to Hft, assisting their vital work with people with learning disabilities. We have supported Hft for 25 years, and are very pleased to continue to do so.

Happy Mother's Day to all the wonderful mothers in the Army family!

Since being founded in 1944 as the Army Benevolent Fund, we have provided a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their families.
Although we changed our name in 2010 to ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, our vision remains the same: “That all soldiers, veterans and their immediate families should have the opportunity to avoid hardship and enjoy independence and dignity.” We support thousands of people each year as well as provide funding for up to 100 specialist charities and partner organisations throughout the UK and overseas.
We are the Army’s National Charity. For Soldiers - For Life.

The National Autistic Society, the leading UK charity for autistic people and their families, has been given a grant from ABF The Soldiers’ Charity to assist in the delivery of Autism Seminars for Army families in three of the UK’s garrison towns – Catterick, Aldershot and Salisbury.

We're very pleased to be celebrating with @teambritracing as they prepare for the Le Mans 2020.

"On Armistice day, you stop to remember who you lost. I was in the Artillery, we were a few miles behind the infantry but we did lose a few people in my regiment, we lost a wonderful officer, I’ll always remember him." Soldiers' Charity beneficiary and World War Two veteran Les Fryatt and his wife Jeanette tell us what remembrance means to them as the Nation remembers its war dead.

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