British Legion

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British Legion

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(Military) Brit a shortened form of Royal British Legion
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Ben France, head of corporate partnerships at The Royal British Legion, added: "We'd like to thank the Sainsbury's customers and colleagues in Huddersfield for their ongoing support.
All proceeds from the Remembrance auction will go to The Royal British Legion and help support members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families by proving practical help, advice and support.
It said: "After a smashing message from another eBayer, Max, who had concerns about the profit on this, I was in shock myself and felt uncomfortable with it so all profit will go the Royal British Legion.
The Royal British Legion doesn't turn its back on anyone.
The move will allow The Royal British Legion to collect gift aid, making sure they get the most from each donation.
I restore trainers as a hobby and so after my trip I decided to customise Poppy Appeal ones and raise money for the Royal British Legion.
Now the Royal British Legion (RBL) wants individuals to send cheques so they have members' details, or for branches to send members' details when they send payments.
The veterans' charity said the change was not a political move but was made to differentiate it from The Royal British Legion south of the Border.
In addition Coventry Building Society will make a donation to the Royal British Legion equal to 0.
Speaking to the people here today makes you realise how every donation received for a poppy will make a real difference to lives of Armed Forces families and it's great that we are all able to do something to promote the great work The Royal British Legion does.
The event starts at 1pm at the newly refurbished rose garden when a member of the Royal British Legion will give a speech about the symbolism of the poppy.
Branch chairman Sean Pullen said: "Today was a historic event for both the Royal British Legion and for the armed forces community on Merseyside.

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