Our Partners

Meet our wonderful Partners

When we are not helping families directly, we help fund the practical support projects of others.

From housing veterans to giving bereaved families much needed breaks, the work done by our partners truly is special.

Haig Housing
https://www.haighousing.org.uk/
The object of Haig Housing is to provide housing assistance to ex-Service people and/or their dependants. Currently this object is achieved by letting general needs homes at affordable rents to the ex-Service community, and providing tailored housing solutions to suit the individual needs of severely wounded and disabled Veterans. Haig Housing also offers a wide range of housing advice to the Service community and is the Strategic Housing Partner of Help for Heroes.
Broughton House
https://www.broughtonhouse.com/
Established in 1916 to provide treatment to the thousands of soldiers and sailors returning from WW1, Broughton House has since evolved into a dedicated charity and care home for veterans. Living their remaining years amongst friends and a dedicated team committed to caring all those who served us.
Launchpad
https://veteranslaunchpad.org.uk/
Launchpad exists to provide accommodation and other support, with the expertise of specialist providers, so these unfortunate veterans can stabilise their lives and make a successful transition from military to civilian life.
Stoll
https://www.stoll.org.uk/
Stoll is the leading provider of supported housing to vulnerable Veterans. The objective of the charity is to house and support vulnerable Veterans to live as independently as possible.
Alabaré
https://www.alabare.co.uk/
Alabaré are a charity supporting vulnerable, homeless, and marginalised people. They help them transform their lives, providing accommodation and helping them gain the skills, confidence and opportunities to live a fulfilled life.
Scotty's Little Soldiers
https://www.scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk/
Scotty’s Little Soldiers is a charity dedicated to supporting bereaved British Forces children and young people. Inspired by the experience of Army widow Nikki Scott, the charity honours husband Corporal Lee Scott’s memory – both as a loyal soldier and a loving father – and provides a practical yet personal way for the public at large to show their appreciation for those brave individuals who make the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country.
COBSEO
https://www.cobseo.org.uk/
Cobseo, as the Confederation of Service Charities, provides a single point of contact for interaction with Government, including local government and the Devolved Administrations; with the Royal Household; with the Private Sector; and, of course, with other members of the Armed Forces Community. This allows Cobseo Members to interact with all interested parties and especially to cooperate and collaborate with others in order to provide the best possible level of support to beneficiaries.