Fellow Arrsers I took some cadets to a recent D-Day event, organised by the RBL, they asked for help and Iâm always happy to oblige, and it was a fine day for all. During the day, I spotted a guy, with tin collecting for HFH, and although he only had his driving licence as ID, I had the gut feeling that you know the fella was ex something, def not a civvie on a scam, so I thought, Oh, I have a some spare cadets on their break, Iâll go ask him if he wanted a hand to collect for HFH As I was about to approach this guy, an RBL member (no names no pack drill) said to me that the HFH shouldnât be there as it was a RBL event (it was outside in a public place not enclosed) and it would be frowned on to have cadets who were there to help out the RBL being seen to be helping a 'rival'. Iâm not there to rock the boat so, in the end I didnât send any over to help. He went on to say, that the RBL and HFH charity are really not getting along nationally and try to avoid each other at every case as they are seen to be âcompetition is that officially true? Has the RBLâs nose been put out of joint? I appreciate that there is only enough money to go around, but it seemed a bit sinister to me. Any truth in that from either an HFH or RBL Arrser, Iâm sure if it is true, I wonât get a âofficialâ answer In any case, the guy got sort of f***ed at the high port by some RBL staff and I never saw him again during the day. And as it happens, some joe civvies asked me if I had seen any one collecting for HFH, I told then what I saw, but I did say that any RBL collection is also going towards ex servicemen, particularity in the work they do in the pensions and support area, so itâs all doing sterling stuff in the long run. Not having a pop at HFH or RBL (I support them both), but It did sort of spoilt it for me and the cadets who wanted to help both. Views?