Care for Veterans

Why does the Veterans' Foundation support Care For Veterans?

Care for Veterans operates out of Worthing, West Sussex, and provides veterans with a wide range of care and rehabilitation services for its residents. 

The charity has just celebrated its centenary year after being established in 1919 to provide care for returning WW1 troops. 

Formerly known as The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home, Care for Veterans serve former British Army, Royal Air Force and Royal Navy veterans and their families. 

Specialising in brain injuries and neurological conditions, Care for Veterans is a centre of excellence for supporting people with Acquired Brain Injury. The complex has 60 beds and a fully stocked physiotherapy department. Staff work hard to ensure that they create a homely environment for the residents with modern rooms and outstanding specialist nursing care.

Any ex-service personnel over the age of 18 is eligible to become a resident at the complex, the oldest resident Care for Veterans currently has is 101-year’s-old. The charity is not government funded and relies on individuals, organisations and charities funding its care.

How you can support the Veterans' Foundation

The Veterans’ Foundation has provided grants to hundreds of UK-based military charities and organisations since its inception in 2016. It is dedicated to distributing funding to where it is most effective and millions of pounds have been given to projects that have a positive impact on British veterans, and their dependents, in need.

If you’d like to become of a supporter of the Veterans’ Foundation you can do so by making a donation, by fundraising, by leaving something to Veterans' Foundation in your will or by joining the Veterans’ Lottery. Thank you.