Team Rubicon UK: Team Rubicon UK is a disaster response unit that heads to areas in crisis in this country and abroad. The vast majority of its volunteers are Veterans and they have now received two grants from the Veterans' Foundation. Richard Sharp explains more...

Help 4 Homeless Veterans: Steve Bentham-Bates is the CEO of Help 4 Homeless Veterans - a charity dedicated to getting Veterans off the streets and into safe and secure accommodation. Thanks to a grant from the Veterans' Foundation, the charity has been able to continue its great work in the Veterans' community.

The Bridge for Heroes: Mike Taylor is founder of The Bridge For Heroes - a charity that helps provide mental health and well-being support for British Veterans. Here he explains what the charity does, and how a Veterans' Foundation grant has been instrumental in helping safeguard its future.

Kohima Educational Trust: Kohima Educational Trust CEO, Sylvia May, explains what KES stands for - and how a recent Veterans' Foundation grant helped in the 75th commemorations of the Battle of Kohima...

Scotty's Little Soldiers: Nikki Scott started Scotty's Little Soldiers when her husband, Lee Scott, was killed while serving in Afghanistan. Having see how Lee's death affected their children, she wanted to help bereaved forces kids across the UK. 

Mark Ormrod: Royal Marine Commando, Mark Ormrod, tells of the day that changed his life forever - a moment when life-changing injuries started one of the most inspirational stories ever told.

Pete Emerson-Thomas: Royal Marine Commando, Pete Emerson-Thomas, opens up on living with PTSD - and how his mental health problems led him to try and take his own life.

Simon Brown: Veterans' Foundation is proud to support Blind Veterans UK. Simon Brown is one of the Veterans who has been helped by the charity, he spoke to us about his injuries and recovery.

Steve McCulley: Steve McCulley was a Royal Marine for 17 years before suffering an injury while serving his country in Afghanistan. Since then, Steve has started his own successful business after support from Heropreneurs - a charity that has received funding from the Veterans' Foundation.

Stewart Hill: Stewart Hill suffered life-changing injuries while serving his country in Afghanistan. Here he explains how military charities - supported by the Veterans' Foundation - helped him on his journey to recovery.

Corporal Hannah Campbell: Corporal Hannah Campbell relieves the moment when, while serving her country in Iraq, a bomb left her clinging to her life. Her subsequent journey of recovery is both emotional and hugely inspirational too.

Royal Marine Captain Jon White: Royal Marine Captain Jon White was on a routine patrol whilst serving in Afghanistan when he stood on an Improvised Explosive Device. His injuries - he lost both legs and his right arm - were life-changing. In this short film, he describes how military charities have helped him rebuild his life.

Clifford Coates: D-Day hero Clifford Coates relives the moment he landed on Sword Beach, in Normandy, as part of the allied force...