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The SAS Regimental Association was founded in 1945.

The main aims and objects of the Association, are to promote the well-being of its members and their dependants and to maintain the Regiment’s traditions and esprit de corps. However the Association’s priority is, and always has been, welfare. Over the last few years we have paid out an average of £120,000 a year to members who, through no fault of their own, have found themselves needing help. No member or member’s widow or dependant is ever turned away, if the problem is a genuine one. 

The Association’s Constitution states that one of our objects is ‘to relieve members or former members of the Regiment or their dependants who are in need by virtue of hardship, sickness or old age’.
At present they are able to fulfil this obligation; hopefully, with the support of our members and our friends, we will be able to continue to do so for many years.

The major percentage of profits from The SAS WAR DIARY is going to the Association’s welfare fund, to assist in this work.