They served us in our time of need. Can you help us serve them in theirs?

The Royal Hospital Chelsea is an independent charity funded in part by a grant from the government, but we also need to make up a shortfall in funding to deliver everything we need in order to provide a home and the highest standards of care for the Nation’s veterans.

We therefore also rely on the generosity of Friends, companies, volunteers and individuals who are willing to pledge their support for our vital work.

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General Sir Adrian Bradshaw
Founder’s Day Cancelled

​​With the country likely to be under prolonged isolation, the Governor of the Royal Hospital has reluctantly taken the decision to cancel the Founder’s Day celebrations this year.

Lady Chelsea Pensioners
Women at the Royal Hospital

In March 2009, the Royal Hospital opened its doors to the first female Chelsea Pensioners: Dorothy Hughes and Winifred Phillips who both sadly are no longer alive. You can meet some of today’s female Pensioners below.

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