About the ABF
ABF The Soldiers' Charity, formerly the Army Benevolent Fund is a British
registered charity. Since 1944 it has been the British Army's national charity, and
provides financial and practical support to soldiers, former soldiers,
and their families in times of need, even after they have left the Army.
The Soldiers’ Charity was founded in 1944 as The Army Benevolent Fund. The
demobilisation of soldiers after the two World Wars had put an enormous
strain on Regimental and Corps charitable funds and highlighted the need
for a national charity to give practical help to soldiers and veterans.
Its first patron was His Majesty King George VI. In January 2010, the charity
rebranded as ABF The Soldiers’ Charity and continues to support the Army
family by giving grants to individuals and other specialist charities that
help soldiers and their families. It works with veterans from every conflict
since the Second World War, including those from recent operations in Iraq
Visit the ABF The Soldiers' Charity website
We hope to raise £100,000 for ABF The Soldiers' Charity. Please donate to this very worthy cause. So far we have
raised £30,778.69 (+£5,685.26 Gift Aid) for ABF The Soldiers' Charity, which is 30.78% of our target.
Please donate to ABF The Soldiers' Charity
£10 (+£2.50 Gift Aid) was donated by someone on 21 Mar 2017
£45 was donated by someone on 20 Mar 2017
Message: Donations from Thrush Rudd & Bert
£50 (+£12.50 Gift Aid) was donated by Andy Blakeman on 18 Mar 2017
Message from Andy Blakeman: Awesome, well done everyone. "RESPECT"
£20 (+£5.00 Gift Aid) was donated by someone on 13 Mar 2017
Message: Incredible stuff.
£20 was donated by Scott Booth on 08 Mar 2017
Message from Scott Booth:
Thank you all for your donations!