Help for Heroes has experienced a huge surge in donations since the death of Drummer Lee Rigby, a spokesman confirmed.
Since Wednesday the charity has received almost £600,000. A spokesman said:
Help For Heroes has been the unexpected focus of this spontaneous and instinctive desire to counter evil with good. Since Wednesday afternoon H4H has received almost £600,000 in money and pledges from the great British public and donations continue to come in.
Every penny that is donated by the public in response to Lee's death will help support his brothers and sisters in arms for years to come.
The family of Drummer Lee Rigby, killed in the Woolwich attack, paid an emotional tribute as they went to visit the scene of his murder.
The family of murdered soldier Lee Rigby paid tribute to him on Friday as detectives continued an investigation into his killing.
The family of the soldier killed in Woolwich paid tribute to "a loving son, husband, father, brother and uncle" as police made new arrests.