Our Association was founded as a direct result of WWI to provide ‘comfort, cheer and entertainment’ to servicemen injured in The Great War.
Throughout this centenary period we remember those who fell and also those who survived the conflict but with their lives changed forever by injury, many of whom were supported by this charity
As part of our own WWI centenary commemorations, we commissioned artist David Tucker to produce paintings of six of our beneficiaries, from WWII veterans to a soldier injured in Afghanistan, illustrating that we support veterans of all conflicts.
These painting have been digitally reproduced as the videos below in which the individual tells their own story and how the NFA has helped them.
Unfortunately, since these videos were produced George Housego has died.