Remembering the Royal Hospital in your Will.

For over three centuries, the Royal Hospital Chelsea has been committed to providing a home for retired soldiers who were prepared to risk their lives for their country. We are also responsible for carefully preserving our beautiful Grade I listed buildings and magnificent grounds.

We depend on the generosity of our supporters to ensure we will still be there for future generations of veterans.

If, like us, you believe that these exceptional men and women deserve comfort and companionship in their retirement, then please consider remembering us in your Will. Your gift can make a lasting difference and allows you to keep on helping a cause you believe in after you’ve gone.

If you are considering writing or updating your Will, and would like to know more about the difference a gift to the Royal Hospital Chelsea could make, please don't hesitate to get in touch. You can rest assured that we will respect your privacy, treating your enquiry with sensitivity.

See our FAQs for more about leaving a gift in your Will.

For a confidential conversation, please call Allan McLaren on 020 7881 5243 or email: allan.mclaren@chelsea-pensioners.org.uk

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Chelsea Pensioners share recollections of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

The Royal Hospital Chelsea community continues to send our thoughts and condolences to the Royal Family at this difficult time. Many of our Chelsea Pensioners were fortunate enough to meet HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at the Royal Hospital’s Founder’s Day celebrations or through his other official duties.

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Remembering the Soane Infirmary bombing

Today marks 80 years following the bombing of the Royal Hospital’s Infirmary during the Second World War. The magnificent Infirmary, which once stood on the current site of the National Army Museum, was hit by a parachute bomb on 16 April 1941 – destroying most of the building and tragically ending the lives of 13 people.

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