We love to receive videos of you wearing your T-Shirts and supporting us on 1st September for Armed Forces T-Shirt Day. Send your clips and testimonials in to us and join our growing army of supporters!

By sending us, or tagging us on your T-Shirt posts and videos, consent is assumed from all individuals pictured for us to use the clips on this website and share them on our social media pages. Please ensure consent from all individuals in your submissions.

Tag us on your Facebook and Instagram posts with #armedforcestshirtday and #barearmsforcharity and use the social links above to visit and post on our pages. Tell us why you are wearing your T-Shirt, who you are honouring, or where you served.

Don't forget to Like, Follow and Share our posts on social media, it will really help to grow our cause!

As well as supporters' videos, we also have amazing testimonials from figureheads of the armed forces community who are backing Armed Forces T-Shirt Day. These authors, TV stars, Charity Founders and Veterans Champions come from amazing backgrounds and tell us their emotional reasons for wanting to support us.

Armed Forces T-Shirt Day Founder Rob updates us on the chosen charity for 2024 and has a big thank you for all of our 2023 supporters ahead of the 2024 campaign!

Nikki Scott, Founder of Scotty's Little Soldiers, relates the story of why she started her charity and how she hoped to change the lives of bereaved military children.

After 25 years serving in the British Army, Rob feels passionately about doing what he can to support  veterans, many of who suffer PTSD from their time in service. Help Rob spread the word for AFTD!

Liz McConaghy is a motivational speaker, the longest serving female crew member on the RAF Chinook Fleet, and author of 'Chinook Crew Chick'. Liz tells us why it's important to support veterans' mental health.

Colin McLachlan is an ex-SAS soldier, author, star of TV's SAS: Who Dares Wins and founder of veterans' charity Who Dares Cares, so his message of support for our efforts to help veterans is much appreciated.

Sally Orange MBE served as a physio in Afghanistan. After years of her own depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts, Sally now is an ambassador for our veterans' mental health.

Former SAS, Everest summiteer and author Jay Morton tells us that he is supporting Armed Forces T-Shirt Day to remember those he served with and those who have fallen.

Thank you to AJ Clarke of the Tower of London Yeoman Warders for contributing to our campaign this year, and for giving AFTD a shout out from the Tower of London itself!

Adventurer and Death Valley racer Primus Lambert asks us to remember other veterans who sacrificed their health, both physical and mental, and in many cases, even their own lives. 

Stu (and his dog) tell us why he will be wearing a t-shirt on 1st September in memory of his parents, who were both great supporters of our chosen charity, Combat Stress.

Fiona is remembering the sacrifices made by the soldiers who fought and died during WW1 and highlights how Combat Stress is helping veterans with their mental health.

Dan relates his own emotional story of being a veteran and suffering from PTSD and highlights just how important it is to support our armed forces after they finish service.

Keith Jenns, founder of NBF Alpine, our main sponsor, tells us why he is happy to be giving his amazing support to Armed Forces T-Shirt Day and our chosen charities.

Our Social Media Manager Sarah remembers a lost friend and reminds us how we can help other veterans in need by supporting Armed Forces T-Shirt Day's chosen charity.

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