Kindly supported by SSAFA . Registered charity in England and Wales (210760), Scotland (SCO38056) & the Republic of Ireland (20006082).

"Thank you for all you have done for my father, you have given him another few years for which the whole family is so grateful".  JH

"We know dad is safe when he is with you, thank you for all you do for him and the other veterans."  DH

At the going down of the sun.

Kindly supported by

Corona Virus - Aid packs for veterans 

We are presently delivering packs of food and essentials to veterans in the South. If you know of anybody that would benefit from one of these please contact us.

We are also seeking donations of food which can be delivered to any of our five drop off points in Purbrook, Netley Marsh, Portchester, Bognor or Chandlers Ford.

Alternatively you can make a small cash donation by clicking on the above link.

Many thanks to everyone who has supported us so far. 

We are not a huge group, we do not have celebrities supporting us and we don't have thousand of pounds in the bank, but with the support of the public we have achieved so much. This is just a few of our achievements in the past three years.

  • We have unblocked the system and got the Veterans Legion d'honneur awarded to them when they were seemingly lost in administration.
  • We arranged a dinner for British and US Veterans and their families at Southwick House for the 75th anniversary of D Day..
  • When one of our boys needed to go on to oxygen at home we fixed his electrical problems so he would not have power cuts in the night.
  • We make home and hospital visits and do their shopping if they are alone. 
  • We take the boys away twice a year to Europe to the places that are important to them and to pay their respects to the fallen.
  • We are planning a VE day special event for the veterans and their families.
  • We have an annual reunion where they can bring their families to meet the team.
  • We are now rolling out iPads and training so they can keep in touch with their families easier. 
  • We provide mobility scooters so they can retain their independence. 
  • We placed a bench on the banks of the Rijn and a plaque at the Zig Canal in the Netherlands

All the above is achieved by sponsorship and donations to enable the veterans to have what they have described as the most wonderful "final chapter". The sad thing is that we are now running out of funds and urgently need to replenish the coffers so we can carry on doing what we do for as long as we need to do it.

Please consider a small donation to help us support our veterans. Its the least we can do.

Project 71 is run by volunteers and is a strictly not for profit organisation. Every penny raised goes towards supporting our veterans.

Project 71