The Not Forgotten Association is a unique national tri-service charity which provides entertainment and recreation for the benefit of the serving wounded, injured or sick and for ex-service men and women with disabilities.

What We Do

Each year we support approximately 10,000 serving and ex-service men and women of all ages through a unique and varied programme of tailored activities and events including Royal Parties, concerts, holidays, outings and the provision of televisions and TV Licences.

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Latest News

2607, 2016

WWI Display At Tate Britain

A display of WWI-related archives is being held at the Hyman Kreitman Reading Rooms, Tate [...]

1407, 2016

All Ages, All Services – What Makes The NFA Unique

Our supporters, donors and beneficiaries often tell us what they like about the NFA and [...]

1407, 2016

First Ever NFA Newsletter

We have just released our first ever newsletter which aims to highlight the many activities [...]

1207, 2016

WWI Season From The British Film Institute

The British Film Institute is running a film season entitled ‘WWI: The View from the [...]

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Recent Events

The Reginald Fessenden Challenge 2016

Yesterday saw the annual Reginald Fessenden Challenge, a sailing fundraising event held from the RAF Yacht Club, Hamble. Six crews [...]

Alpine Canoeing Holidays, 5-15 July

We have just hosted two small groups of injured servicemen, including single and double amputees, on five-day white water canoeing [...]

White Water Canoeing Holidays In France

We are currently hosting our second week of white water canoeing in the French Alps for groups of injured Royal [...]

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From Twitter

Short films about our activities

The video on the right gives a flavour of our wide range of events and activities for injured service men and women of all ages. The video below shows our Mount Kilimanjaro Summit Challenge in 2015.


A big thank you for inviting me on a wonderful trip. I have enjoyed every minute. The staff were brilliant as well as all the lads on the trip. I feel very privileged to be associated with such a group of people.
Mr C.H.
Thank you for the invite to the Garden Party at Buckingham Palace and for making me feel included in the military family again as I had felt forgotten about. It was a wonderful day and one myself and my sister will remember for the rest of our lives.
Mrs C.B.
Thank you for the day trip to Wimbledon. Being in rehab has its ups and downs, however a day like this definitely lifted my morale.
Mr M.J.