Who we are

Just Rifles began with solicitor Bryan Fugler reserving two seats in the box at Spurs for every home game, specifically for Riflemen and women. He did this in memory of family friend Lance Corporal Thomas Keogh who was shot and killed in action in Sangin, Afghanistan. Amongst those who joined Bryan, a conversation about the everyday needs of ex-soldiers began. Bryan wanted to do more to help, and the seed of the Just Rifles idea was born.

How we help

We are proud to say that Just Rifles has become established as the military charity with the personal touch. From household items and bespoke sporting equipment, to supporting former soldiers retrain and find employment when they enter civvy street. Just Rifles is here to plug the gaps in one-off, everyday needs as well as long term support so former soldiers that have experienced mental or physical trauma can begin to rebuild their lives.

Latest News

Just Rifles’ 8th Annual Dinner Dance

On Thursday 25th October 2018, Just Rifles hosted their 8th annual dinner dance, in aid of wounded and sick Rifles veterans and th…


Congratulations to Team Vause!

Just Rifles is thrilled to announce the completion of Tough Mudder by #TeamVause. Following the gruelling 5 mile, 13 obstacles cou…


Andrew Graham’s 105 mile run for Just Rifles

Just Rifles is thrilled to have the support of Andrew R Graham as he embarks on a 105 mile run from Worcester to Winchester. Andre…


Rifleman Michael Swain Is Heading To Sydney For Invictus 2018

Rifleman Michael Swain MBE joined 3 Rifles in November 2007. He deployed to Afghanistan in September 2009 and was struck by an IED…


Supported By Just Rifles: Craig Wood To Sail The World

Proudly supported by Just Rifles, Rifleman Craig Wood is aiming to sail around the world on his Beneteau Oceanis 46. Rifleman Crai…