I couldn’t afford the deposit for the rents for new places. It was the lowest time of my life. I thought to myself: 'You’ve served your country, you come home and no-one seems to give a damn about you.' - Donald
Create your own Poppy Bounce event and help our veterans bounce back into civilian life.
The Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland was formed in 2006 but Scotland as a country has been immersed in the tradition of military music for centuries.
The 1921 Poppy Pledge is a year-long celebration of the Poppy. Enlist today for our fundraising campaign.
It is really easy to organise and great fun. All you need is some tea bags, some hot water and lots of toast (but you can have coffee and cakes too). Fundraise for us Armed Forces style.
A gift in your Will is the perfect way to honour our Armed Forces and support a cause that’s close to your heart.
Make a huge difference to the lives of those in need in the Armed Forces community, and make a difference to your own life too. Apply today.
Get in touch for ideas on ways to make your fundraising activity a success. We can answer your questions and send you fun fundraising resources.
The poppy has been a symbol of Remembrance for nearly 100 years. Find out more about the significance of the Poppy.
The Scottish Poppy Appeal covers every city, every town and every village in Scotland. Each year more than 2 million poppies and 5,000 collecting tins are distributed.
Answers to all your 1921 Poppy Pledge questions. Help us raise vital funds for the Armed Forces community.
Let’s work together to support the Armed Forces community in Scotland.
Our volunteers are incredible and give up hours of their precious time to support our Armed Forces community.
The team at Lady Haig’s Poppy Factory in Edinburgh - around 34 disabled veterans - hand-assemble over two million poppies and 10,000 wreaths for the Scottish Poppy Appeal annually.
Taking part in an organised cycling event or creating your own cycling challenge is a great way to raise vital funds for our Armed Forces community in Scotland.
The President’s Award is our highest honour. In 2019, six outstanding volunteers were awarded it.