For The Fallen is formed in memory of Lance Corporal Dave Jukes & is dedicated to the memory of a brave man, a father, a husband & a soldier. We do what we do so that other families of the fallen are not alone in their hour of need, but also to make permanent changes to the way serving and veteran HM Armed Forces personnel are treated.

Mandy Small Latest

Mandy Small Latest Mandy Small has featured in some new videos of recent months. We have all read about Mandy’s story and over the next few weeks we will see and hear more more on her video and podcast appearances.

News Update

Good afternoon, a brief update on the progress and development of our online facilities. We now accept donations via the Donate Page. You can give as much or as little as you like and be sure it will be used effectively to advance our objects. We thank you ever so much for your kind donations, […]

Ashley’s Story

Mary is sharing the story of her son Ashley, who featured in the Panorama Documentary ‘Broken by Battle’ in 2013, along with Dan Collins’ Mum. Mary campaigned for better mental health provision for both serving and veteran’s alike until she had her own personal breakdown. She discusses how hard inquests are for the families, as they are […]

Ali’s Story

Ali’s story reminds us that military suicide has been a problem since the military began, Lest We Forget. When we think of Military suicide we think of recent events, we think of the after effects of Iraq and Afghanistan. However, do we think of the effects of Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Kosovo, Kenya, The Falklands […]

Mandy’s Story

Mandy and her and Chris’ son J have raised a lot of money and awareness regarding military suicide and the impact it has on those left behind. J won a Soldering On award in 2019 at the age of 11because : Through his grief, young Jamie saw the value in helping others overcome theirs. Jamie also […]

Ben’s Story

This is a tragic story, told by Ben’s parents. Stories like these have an importance that has, as yet gone unrecognised by the powers that be, it’s only when the families are given a voice and a platform that lessons will be learned, the families hold the key to reducing military suicides.   Ben joined […]

Lance’s Story

Hayley Gough tells the story of the sad death of Lance Shingler in her own words: I feel it’s important to share mine and Lances story as it’s important to highlight that suicide isn’t the only part of there story.. I feel there’s a need to highlight that from the outside someone can look perfectly […]

Our Nathan’s Story

In the first of our series of stories from family members who have ‘survived’ military suicide, we meet Maria who tells the story of Nathan, his depression and eventual untimely end.   Our Nathan was born in Germany 1978 to very much an Army family.  His father in the Royal Corp of Transport and his […]

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