Blesma exists to guarantee that our limbless veterans are not failed, forgotten or left to fend for themselves
Team Row2Recovery, made up of four veteran amputees, have set a new world record by becoming the first all-amputee crew to row, unsupported, over 3,00…
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans Chief Executive Barry Le Grys welcomes the news that funding from banking fines will be used to conduct and evaluate Dir…
Two new funds have been launched to support veterans with serious physical injury or hearing loss, providing them with equipment and therapies to impr…
To assist limbless veterans to lead independent and fulfilling lives.
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans, in an Armed Forces Charity dedicated to assisting serving and ex-Service men and women who have suffered life-changing limb loss or the use of a limb, an eye or loss of sight. We support these men and women in their communities throughout the UK.
Since 1932, we have been the only Army Charity that supports limbless veterans for the duration of their lives. Our Members range from the youngest Amputee Veterans to those who fought in WWII.
Truly we are Blesma for Life.
Across the UK, thousands of people are doing their bit to help
Whether you want to organise a big fundraiser in a group, take part in a Charity Event, complete a Charity Challenge on your own, or get your company involved in raising money for our limbless veterans, then go to our fundraising pages where you will find all the information you need, as well as events you can be part of and examples of events in case you need inspiration.
With your support, Blesma can ensure that our Service men and women, who have served our country and who face limb loss every day, can lead independent and fulfilling lives.
Last year we helped provide...
limbless veterans and widows with direct support
one to one home support visits to injured and blinded veterans
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