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130 years of supporting the Armed Forces family
Our campaign to honour military families who have lost a loved one in conflict
Corrie actor Antony Cotton joins forces with SSAFA
We are very excited to have signed actor Antony Cotton as our first ever celebrity ambassador.
Win tickets to see Northampton Saints vs Gloucester
Sign up to our email newsletter to be entered into a draw to win two tickets to see Northampton Saints v Gloucester on Friday, 27 November, 7.45pm at Franklin's Gardens, Northampton.
We pay our respects to the Fallen on Armistice Day
On Armistice Day, 11 November, and throughout the Remembrance period, SSAFA has come together with the nation to recognise the courage and sacrifice of millions of brave men and women who lost their lives fighting for our country.
We Remember the Fallen from all British conflicts since 1945
Since the end of World War Two, there has only been one year, during 1968, that no British serviceman was killed in action. This a statistic that can sometimes be overlooked during Remembrance time when our thoughts can focus on those lost during the two world wars.
A glimpse into the life of a SSAFA volunteer
Lyn Addison, a retired teacher from Shropshire tells us what it's like to be part of the SSAFA family and why volunteering is so special.
Military families take longer to grieve
On the one year anniversary of the end of combat in Afghanistan, SSAFA reveals the struggle faced by bereaved military families with our 'Left Behind' campaign.