Your Help

There are many ways you can help the Douglas Bader Foundation to service the limb loss community.

Become a Friend of the Foundation

To help us raise invaluable funds we are inviting supporters of our work to become a friend of the Foundation. You can become a Friend for £20 a year or a Corporate Friend for £200 a year.

Volunteering

We are always looking for volunteers to help with office administration; with organising our in-house events or to organise an event or activity on behalf of the foundation. If you think you can help us with an existing event, such as driving a transport vehicle for one of our challenges or helping out at a Bader Braves Young Aviators Day then please contact us by following this link.

Participation

We organise a number of exciting events and activities throughout the year. We actively encourage amputees and individuals with other disabilities to participate in these events alongside able bodied individuals and groups. This forms part of our mission for inclusion. Why not join us and participate in one of our exciting and often life-changing local or international challenges; such as walking the Great Wall of China or rowing a Dragon Boat. For more information on our events and activities please visit the Bader Challenge section of the website, where you can request an information pack. You may just have the time of your life!

You could also organise your own Event whereupon you could count on the advice and support of the DBF. Don’t forget we can also publicise your Event on our Website.

Financial Support

The Douglas Bader Foundation is reliant on charitable donations to carry out the invaluable work we do with the limb loss community. As with all useful services there is a cost for delivering these vital life lines. To continue our work we rely on donations from individuals, corporations and trusts. If you’ve found any of the services we offer useful and you’d like to make a contribution to the continued success of the DBF please visit our donation section at the top of the Home Page.

Editorial support

  • If you feel that the content of this site is missing anything which you feel will help amputees, their families, carers and healthcare professionals please let us know what you think is missing and where we can find the information.
  • If you have a personal story or experience that you feel would be helpful to another amputee or help them to cut corners in certain situations then, again, we’d love to hear from you.
  • If you have come across an aid or device that you now feel to be useful or even invaluable in your own situation, we’d love to hear about it.
  • Likewise, If you see any news articles, reviews or stories you think individuals with limb loss might benefit from reading please email the article or feature to the editor: