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.

‘For The Fallen’ is a full service organisation dealing with bereavement and trying to tackle the problems related to military suicide, the reasons behind these unnecessary deaths and attempting to make major changes for Armed Forces veterans, future generations of serving soldiers and the families who will support them and for those who are grieving the loss of their heroes now in the present.

We have carefully selected some of the sector’s leading and most trusted names to partner up with us to help deliver the highest standard and quality of service available. These families deserve nothing less. We intend to ensure they receive a level of care and support that raises the bar throughout the UK.

We are ‘For The Fallen’……. these are our partners:

“SSAFA’s Support Groups for Bereaved Families provide a network of people who have been through a similar tragedy. SSAFA provides events which gives members an opportunity to talk through their emotions. The events facilitate peer support, a safe space to grieve and an opportunity for respite.

The MFAS support group facilitates meetings with the aim of creating a safe environment for peer support with those who have been through similar situations. Reducing isolation, listening and sharing personal experiences with a focus on wellbeing and empowerment.

If you wish for further information please go to our webpage on or contact

The AWA is a registered charity ( 1127921) that offers support, friendship and advice to widows/widowers/recognised partners of Army personnel.

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f you have been bereaved or affected by suicide and you would like to talk with one of our volunteers about your experience, you can get in touch in the following ways:

Email – write to

Helpline – open 9am to 9pm Monday to Friday, 0300 111 5065

Local Groups – find a local support group near you.

You can find out more about how we and other organisations can help here.

We are very sorry but our services are for over 18’s only – if you are younger than this, please click here to find out more

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