Thank you for choosing to donate to the Troop Aid charity.
Donate second-hand clothes and support Troop Aid Charity.
The charity was founded by three ex-servicemen in November 2006 after their visit to Selly Oak Hospital’s Alexandra Wing based in Birmingham. This place was the home of the Defence Medical Welfare Services who are responsible for the welfare and wellbeing of all Armed Forces Personnel, both male and female who were injured during the conflict in Afghanistan and elsewhere. Everyone who joins the Armed Forces may have to go to war and fight for their country one day. Injured servicemen and women receive the very best of the medical care at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Funds received from sales of your unwanted clothes will help Troop Aid Charity
Troop Aid funding comes from fundraising activities and donations from organisations such as Rotary International, Lions International, Round Table, Primary Masonic Lodges, and Secondary Schools, ex-Service Associations, as well as the local business community, the general public, and British expatriate communities overseas. The charity will continue helping British troops returning from conflicts for as long as it is necessary. The charity’s speakers are happy to visit any organisations and groups to talk about the work they do.