Welcome to The Royal British Legion in Staffordshire
We are here to administer and support the delivery of welfare services and the membership and fundraising activities of the Legion's branches and clubs throughout Staffordshire.
The Legion has been a voice for the Armed Forces community for over 90 years. Join us to help ensure our veterans and serving personnel get the support they deserve.
Drop into your local branch or click on the figure on the right join us:-
The Royal British Legion is the nation's leading Armed Forces charity providing care and support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present and their families.
It is also the national Custodian of Remembrance and safeguards the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces. It is best known for the annual Poppy Appeal and its emblem the red poppy.
Visit www.britishlegion.org.uk for details of our national initiatives.
The Royal British Legion and the Centenary
The Legion’s WW1 Centenary Guide
The Legion has put together a WW1 Centenary guide which is intended to inform you of the Legion’s Centenary plans. It can be downloaded here in pdf form and contains our position and key messages on the Centenary along with some of the dates of planned large-scale commemorations.
It has snapshots of some of the national activities we will be announcing more fully in coming months – for updates, please refer to www.britishlegion.org.uk/ww1centenary. There is also a section on how you can apply for funds for your own Centenary projects, and a few success stories.
TRBL Comradeship Strategy
Comradeship within the Legion is a key component of the overall strategy of the Legion that underpins much of what the organisation achieves. It was one of our founding objectives and we are seeking again to have it as a Legion Objective.
In 1921 when we were formed, the therapeutic value to ex service personnel meeting to share their experiences was an important part of their recovery and reintegration into society. That process is as important today as it was then.
This strategy seeks to develop a sustainable supporter base going forward that effectively assists current efforts and that provides the baseplate for future work through raising awareness and garnering support within the widest possible range of communities.
As a strategy it is supported by two sub-strategies; Membership and Armed Forces Engagement. Comradeship will be experienced inside and outside the membership and delivering the Membership Strategy and engaging with the armed Forces will both play pivotal role in delivering our overall vision for Comradeship.
Click here for the full Comradeship document
Veterans Mental Health App
There is to be Veterans Mental Health App which will be free to download from the iTunes app store. Its launch was expected to be in January 2014.
Click on the image below for the link to the iTunes app store:
If you are aware of any current or former serviceman or woman who may require the support of the Royal British Legion one method of applying for that support is to complete, with the client's permission, a Client Referral Form.
Once completed the form should be returned to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to access a copy of the Client Referral form.
Donating in memory is a touching way to remember someone special by honouring their life and also supporting a cause that was important to them. A tribute to a loved one's life is a special salute to Service people, past and present, who are in need. All donations we receive in memory allow us to care for more elderly veterans and provide greater rehabilitation and support for today's returning heroes.
We offer a number of ways for your loved one to be remembered from a simple In Memoriam donation to a personalised tribute website, click here to find out more.