Get Involved

Please TEXT 'TBFH99 £5' or your chosen amount to 70070 TO DONATE. Thank you.

£10 pays for a confidential discussion

£15 pays for a therapy session

£25 keeps the Contact Centre open for one hour


There are many ways that YOU can get involved to support the charity.

We have a variety of groups that cater to different interests in the community.

Please see information about the three groups you can join below: 


  • People who want to support the charity
  • Meets at the Contact Centre
  • Age: 18+
  • Meeting each month (as a group)
  • Events at the Contact Centre and the Military Museum
  • Fundraising and awareness campaigns
  • FREE registered membership

The JUNIOR Troop:

  • Age: 14 - 17 years
  • Meets at The Military Museum
  • Daily activities (HM Armed Forces-style)
  • Events: day and overnight
  • Operates Thursday evening and Saturday and Sunday
  • Supports The Military Museum
  • Fundraising activities


  • Living History Group: World War I to current
  • Monthly meetings at The Military Museum
  • Operates World War II Air Raid Shelters at Tuesday Market Place in King's Lynn
  • Runs Civil Defence events around town
  • Attendance at national events
  • Ages: 18+
  • Events at The Military Museum
  • Fundraising and awareness campaigns
  • Basic equipment / unioform loan available
  • FREE registered membership

Our message is a simple one, we want to help to continue providing readjustment services and life-saving treatments in our Contact Centre for Armed Forces personnel, Veterans and their families. We want to maintain this help by asking everyone to do their bit to raise some money. We are a local charity but our outreach is national, meaning anyone in the country can play their part to raise awareness of our vital mission.

Every penny piece raised from donations goes towards treating the invisible wounds that are too often a part of the difficult transition into Civvy Street.

Please help us to keep providing the bridge between military and civilian life by offering your invaluable time as a fundraiser or volunteer.


The Bridge for Heroes is partnered with Spice Time Credits. This means that for every hour of your time you donate to a good cause, you earn one time credit which is valid as payment to various local attractions. This is made possible by an association between The West Norfolk Partnership and the national charity, Spice Innovations Ltd, who have collaborated to introduce a Time Credits programme in the local area.

For example the Majestic Cimema has just announced that they will be accepting two Time Credits as entry to any movie at any time, Strikes accept two Time Credits per person for a game of ten-pin bowling, the St James leisure centre accept them for swimming and use of the gym. The Corn Exchange also accepts them for various shows and productions.

Many more places in King's Lynn have signed up and day trips to wildlife parks, shopping trips and days out in London are also eligible. To find out more come in and ask for a booklet or visit the Time Credits website to find out more information here.