Helping to alleviate the suffering of those who continue to live with debilitating blast and trauma injuries

Providing effective education programmes to mitigate the risks to vulnerable communities of living in mine-affected areas

We believe that everyone has the right to live, work and play safely in the land that they call home.


Our Story

Find A Better Way was founded in 2011 by England and Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton. While visiting a minefield in Cambodia, Sir Bobby saw first-hand the humanitarian damage which landmines cause in war torn areas both past and present.

The visit moved him to set up Find A Better Way as he felt that, with modern technological advances, there had to be a more efficient way of negating the effects of mines and improving safety and security for local communities whose lives are blighted by them.

Our Mission

Find A Better Way sees its mission to assist those affected by conflict in three distinct areas;

Humanitarian & Development Assistance
To develop centres to support and assist those whose lives have been affected by conflict and adapting our support in order to give them the ability to fulfil their needs and aspirations, through the transition from crisis to development and beyond.
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The provision of effective education programmes that raise awareness and mitigate the risk to those who are vulnerable to landmines and unexploded munitions.
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Supporting innovative research into both medical and technology led solutions that will assist both the survivors of blast injuries and aid the clearance of landmines and unexploded ordnance.
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News & Events

Shirt Sale

Manchester United Shirt Sale – 30 November

Our founder, Sir Bobby Charlton, will be signing Manchester United football shirts as a fundraiser for Find A... Read more

Sir Bobby 80

Sir Bobby celebrates his 80th birthday

Find A Better Way founder Sir Bobby Charlton invited friends and supporters to a special reception in London... Read more

Khaled Wings of Peace

Exhibition of paintings by Syrian refugee children opens in London

An exhibition of paintings by Syrian refugee children receiving art therapy through the Sir Bobby Charlton Centre Jordan... Read more