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Unit 14 Parkers Close Downton Business Centre Downton, Salisbury Wiltshire SP5 3RB
Everyone at H4H is passionate about helping our heroes. Most of us have links to the Services. Some have partners, friends or relatives who have been injured or have lost a loved one. We take the time to listen and understand what’s needed and do our very best for our heroes every single day. We have a complete open door policy and welcome all of our supporters to visit us or pick up the phone to find out just what a difference your donations are making to the lives of our heroes.
185-187 High Road Chadwell Heath Romford Essex RM6 6NA
Forty thousand Service men lost limbs or eyes during the First World War – and lived to return to a “land fit for heroes”. They were swiftly disillusioned. Amputation techniques were in their infancy, artificial limbs primitive and, with mass unemployment the order of the day, 90% of the nation’s war limbless could not find work. However, the comradeship of the trenches lived on. The crutch, the walking stick, the empty sleeve, served as an introduction to friends who had who had met with similar misfortunes. During this period the limbless gathered together in groups determined if society would not help them, they would help themselves. So the Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association was born and grew, finally achieving national status in 1932 as the British Limbless Ex-Service Men’s Association – Blesma. Since then the Association has lobbied successive governments to achieve improvements in pensions, in standards of artificial limbs and in the provision of suitable motor transport and employment opportunities. Residential homes have been opened, wide ranging health and well-being services initiated, sporting activities undertaken and innovative research commissioned, all helped by the ceaseless fund-raising activities of devoted members and supporters.