Kingsley Napley supports the Royal British Legion - Individual commemoration of those who fell in WW1

25 September 2014

The Royal British Legion is working with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission to keep alive the memory of those who fell in the First World War, for future generations. They would like every single man and woman from across the Commonwealth who fell to be individually commemorated by those alive today. So far, there have been 69,935 tributes made. There are a further 995,465 people who have not yet been commemorated.

The CSR committee at Kingsley Napley are promoting this internally as well as encouraging everyone outside the firm to do what they can to help the Royal British Legion achieve its goal. 

To obtain further information on how you can commemorate (and, if you wish, donate) please see the link below:

Once you have made a commemoration you can donate to the Royal British Legion if you wish. The Royal British Legion have so far raised £1,093,500 with this campaign.

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