As Scotland’s largest ex-Service membership charity, Legion Scotland works at the heart of the veteran community making a difference every day to the lives of veterans through providing comradeship, developing strong communities, and supporting remembrance.
With nearly 160 branches, Legion Scotland provides essential wellbeing and befriending services for all veterans – whether they left service yesterday or 50 years ago – as well as providing disablement pension advice, comradeship events, grants and remembrance services.
There are three key areas to Legion Scotland’s work:
- Comradeship: including events, clubs, sports; (Check out what’s on)
- Wellbeing: including befriending programme, a range of grants, disablement pensions support and advocacy service;
- Remembrance: this includes remembrance events in November and commemorative events across the year. (Check out the remembrance page)
Royal British Legion Scotland (Legion Scotland) make a difference every day to the lives of Scotland’s veterans through providing community, friendship and practical advice, whether they left military service yesterday or 50 plus years ago.
By becoming a member, you show your support and are helping to make life better for the ex-service community. You can also volunteer with the branch and club.