Join our Band of Brothers

Who can join the Help for Heroes Band of Brothers network?

The Help for Heroes Band of Brothers is available to Veterans, Service Personnel and those who have served alongside our Armed Forces who have suffered a permanently life-limiting or career-ending injury or illness during or attributable to their service.

What is the network?

The Help for Heroes Band of Brothers network offers you fellowship, support and a listening ear.

The network offers lifelong access to all the financial and welfare support from Help for Heroes as well as providing opportunities to meet others who are living through similar experiences.

Membership is free, confidential and offers access to opportunities all around the UK.

Benefits include:

 - Mutual support and advice from others in a similar situation to yourself

 - Welfare support from Help for Heroes

 - Access to the Help for Heroes recovery programme

 - Sporting opportunities

 - Career support

 - Psychological Wellbeing/Hidden Wounds

 - Tickets to events

 - Discounts

And much more.

Band of Brothers activities

Contact the team

bandofbrothers@helpforheroes.org.uk | 01980 844280

You can contact the team weekdays 0900-1700

Your contact details are kept private, there is no commitment and it is all free.

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