The Victoria Cross is the highest military decoration that can be awarded for valour "in the face of the enemy" to members of the armed forces. Yet all over the UK the graves and memorials to these men are under threat of loss. Through all parts of society people are unaware of these brave men and the sacrifices they made.
We are determined to ensure that the proper respect and honour is given to the final resting places of these men and that their stories be told and not forgotten.
c1879 Lt Gonville Bromhead Victoria Cross Rorke's Drift Zulu War Photograph
Lt Gonville Bromhead Victoria Cross Rorke's Drift Zulu War Photograph - he was deaf as a post and needed a dog to lead him around on a parade ground!
Rambahadur Limbu, the only surviving Gurkhas Victoria Cross winner, speaks in London
Britain's most courageous family: 3 VC winners make the Goughs the nation's bravest
Sir Charles, Sir Hugh and Sir John Gough. The only family to be awarded 3 VC's between them. Charles and Hugh are brothers and John is the son of Charles.
The heroes given a front-row seat at the royal party: Charles and Camilla meet 28 living VCs and GCs ahead of Diamond Jubilee
The Prince of Wales, President of The Victoria Cross and George Cross Association, and The Duchess of Cornwall attended a Victoria Cross and George Cross Association tea party at the In & Out, 4 St James's Square, London.
Mr Keith Payne VC Patron of the Victoria Trust
Royal Marine, Lance Corporal Matt Croucher, proudly received his George Cross from the Queen on Thursday - and now he claims to be the first person
VICTORIA CROSS PRESENTATION -1858-Images of India - Illustrated London News