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For over 80 years, we have received continuous support from charitable trusts and foundations that are committed to our vision. We simply could not survive without this long term support.

If you are a trustee or have links to a charitable trust or foundation and you would like to make a difference to the lives of our limbless serving and ex-service men and women please do not hesitate to contact us. Your money will go towards helping our limbless Members lead independent and fulfilling lives.

Your donation is invaluable to us. We understand that it is important to you that your donation brings the maximum impact to the lives of our veterans. With this in mind, we like to develop long term partnerships and a good relationship with you.

Dave Henson And Prince Harry
For over 80 years, we have received continuous support from charitable trusts and foundations that are committed to our vision. We simply could not survive without this long term support.

This means that we keep you regularly informed of the impact your donation has had on our limbless serving and ex-service men and women. We also provide you with an opportunity to see the life-changing work that our dedicated staffs are achieving.

What your donation could do…

    • £1,000 would pay for 40 ‘first contact’ home visits to veterans most in need. Last year we made 1,620 visits across the country. We aim to increase this to 2,000, costing a total of £50,000 per annum.
    • £2,516 would pay the direct cost of keeping open a confidential telephone line, our first line of support for limbless veterans most in need for one year.
    • £3,960 would pay for 40 accompanied visits to NHS Limb Centres, including post visit reporting.
    • £14,381 would pay for representing the needs of our limbless veterans to the NHS Limb Service and delivering an annual programme of training to NHS staff across the country to ensure our limbless veterans get the support they need for one year.

How do I contact the Blesma Trusts team?

E: trusts@blesma.org

T: 020 8548 7086