Fans have the opportunity to vote on which charities they would like to see collecting at Stamford Bridge on matchdays.
Voting for FORCES charities is now CLOSED. You can see the current nominated Charities below, all of whom are always grateful for a donation at any any time.
|Charity Name||Website Address||Description|
|ABF The Soldiers’ Charity||www.soldierscharity.org||ABF The Soldiers’ Charity works tirelessly to ensure all serving soldiers, veterans and their immediate families have the opportunity to avoid hardship and enjoy independence and dignity. We make grants to individuals in need and support specialist charities and organisations that help our Army family, both at home and internationally.|
|Blesma, the limbless veterans||www.blesma.org||Blesma is the national charity for serving and ex-service men and women who have suffered life-changing limb loss, loss of use of a limb, or eyesight; and their widows/dependants. We provide finanacial support to cover costs for mobility and special equipment.|
|Help for Heroes||www.helpforheroes.org.uk||Help for Heroes believes that those who put their lives on the line for us, deserve a second chance at life. Every penny we raise, facility we run and activity we offer is to help Veterans and Service Personnel reach their potential, regain their purpose and have a positive impact on society.|
|Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund||www.rafbf.org||The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is the RAF’s leading welfare charity, providing financial, practical and emotional support to serving and former members of the RAF, as well as their partners and dependants. We help members of the RAF family with everything from disability, injury, financial hardship and youth support to living independently and providing dignity in retirement.|
|Royal British Legion Industries||www.rbli.co.uk||RBLI is a national charity celebrating 100 years of supporting veterans and people with disabilities with a distinct focus on employment and enabling independence. Through our leading social enterprise, national LifeWorks employment programme, diverse range of accessible housing and RBLI’s innovative health and social care model, we change veterans’ lives.|
|Scotty’s Little Soldiers||www.scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk||Scotty’s Little Soldiers provides bereaved British Forces Children relief from the effects of bereavement through our 3 assistance programmes Smiles, Support and Strides. We want every bereaved British Forces child to have access to the very best emotional support, outstanding development opportunities and the chance to smile again|
|Sporting Force||www.sportingforce.org||The focus of Sporting Force is to improve the well being of ex-service personnel through participation in sport, career progression in sport related jobs, training and professional sports qualifications, reducing loneliness and social isolation through attendance at events, matches, open day. From the Battlefield to the Sports Field.|
|Stoll||www.stoll.org.uk||Some Veterans struggle to adapt to civilian life when they leave the Armed Forces. At Stoll we support the most vulnerable Veterans by assessing an individual’s needs and then arranging appropriate support. This can include a new affordable home to rent, developing people’s skills to enable a Veteran to get a job and supporting people’s health needs.|
|Supported Wounded Veterans||www.supportingwoundedveterans.com||UK-based charity that supports wounded campaign soldiers, including those who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their veterans are battling with both physical and mental injuries that have proved life-changing, in many cases, shattering. Their mission is to help medically discharged wounded veterans back into meaningful civilian life and employment|
|Taxi Charity for Military Veterans||www.Taxicharity.org||Founded 70 years ago the charity provides entertainment and outings for forces veterans from WW2 to the present day, including trips in cabs to Arnhem and Normandy. The committee comprises working London Taxi drivers all of whom are volunteers, as are all our drivers. We rely on donations.|
|The Royal Marines Charity||theroyalmarinescharity.org.uk||The Royal Marines Charity and Royal Marines Association are uniquely placed to understand and respond to these challenges and to provide the Family support required. Whether it is dealing with life changing injury, tackling a life limiting illness, assisting with the transition to civilian life, or responding to domestic crisis, they are able to assist Marines and their dependants to overcome many of their challenges.|
|Tickets For Troops||www.ticketsfortroops.org.uk||Tickets For Troops was set up in 2009 to provide armed forces personnel and those medically discharged or war widowed since 2001 the opportunity to attend events across the UK for free! The charity works with hundreds of organisations, venues, promoters, sports teams, governing bodies and clubs to source tickets.|