The charity, which aims to support the wounded in Britain’s conflicts, will use the three vehicles to carry equipment to various events across the UK.
Both of the Insignia Sport Tourers and the Movano van have been dressed in Help For Heroes livery and will appear at the Big Battlefield Bike Ride event, where the Insignia models will be fitted with Vauxhall cycle carriers to support the riders.
The Sport Tourers have been supplied in the middle-range Sri Nav trim level, which includes colour screen satellite navigation and executive interior styling. Both cars will be powered by a 160PS engine.
Meanwhile, the Movano 3500 van will carry boxes and merchandise between the events.
Help For Heroes co-founder, Bryn Parry said: ""The addition of two Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourers and the Movano will be a real boon to all the Help For Heroes staff who will be able to travel in comfortable, practical vehicles that I’m sure they will enjoy driving. Help For Heroes extends its thanks once again to Vauxhall."
Vauxhall has supported Help For Heroes in the past and in February, it became a supporting partner of the charity for two years. Previously it has held fundraising events such as the VXR Power Festival and has supplied a Vauxhall Astra to Miss England to make it easier for her to attend events.
Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall Managing Director said: "Vauxhall is proud to be supporting Help For Heroes as it raises money for servicemen and women who have given so much for their country. We’re delighted to be able to extend our support to this very worthwhile charity and we look forward to assisting Help For Heroes further."