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’re proud to say that Just Rifles has become established as the military charity with the personal touch. Many injured servicemen and women or bereaved families find that there are things they need. From household items to bespoke sporting equipment, Just Rifles is here to plug the gaps in one-off, everyday funding that ex-soldiers need.

Latest News


8 years ago, on the 7th of March, the 4th Bn the Rifles lost one of their finest. Lcpl Tom Keogh KIA Afghanistan. It was Tom’s dea…


VIP news about the Veterans’ Mental Health Conference

The King’s Centre for Military Health Research is delighted to announce that The Rt. Hon Tobias Ellwood MP will open our conferenc…


Soldier On

Solider On

A new play written and directed by Jonathan Guy Lewis Produced by Amanda Faber for The Soldiers’ Arts Academy Tour/ venue dates  …


JUST RIFLES are supporting The ADVANCE Study

Just Rifles is proud to support The ADVANCE study, a ground-breaking research programme which aims to investigate the long-term me…


A message of condolence from Just Rifles

All of us at Just Rifles would like to take this opportunity to pass on our condolences to the family of former Royal Green Jacket…