Funds and Memorials
In recognition of the soldiers, veterans and their immediate families affected by wounding, injury, or sickness, or by bereavement, we have established a number of designated funds which address specific conflicts or issues.
The Soldiers’ Charity Memorial Wall
If you have made a donation to the Charity in memory of a loved one, you can add their name to our online Memorial Wall.
The Rose Fund
The Rose Fund was established in memory of a young Lieutenant in the Reserves by his parents after he sadly died, and provided the opportunity for families to plant a rose at our dedicated area at the National Memorial Arboretum in memory of a lost loved-one. It remains a hugely poignant reminder of our debt to those who have served.
Donations may very much still be made to the Fund, although the opportunity to purchase a rose has now closed.
The Northern Ireland Fund
The Northern Ireland fund was set up to relieve financial need, sickness, distress and other physical or mental disability which can be attributed to service in Northern Ireland.
The Falklands Fund
The Falklands Fund was set up to meet the future needs of dependants of those killed and from those who were either injured in action during the Falklands Conflict of 1982, or have since been injured (physically or mentally) in circumstances directly attributable to service during the operations.
The Gulf Fund
The Gulf Fund was set up to relieve financial need, sickness, distress and other physical or mental disability (due to military or other operations relating to or in connection with the Gulf conflict.)
The Afghanistan Fund
The declared purpose is ‘to primarily provide support to the families of the fallen and wounded, injured and sick veterans of the Afghanistan campaign’.