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Fundraising and Veterans’ Charities - by Major General David Shaw CBEIn this week’s blog I discuss Armed Forces charities, why the Government doesn’t some of the services that these charities provide, and more. The need to support our armed services never goes away, and I take a look at who’s doing what, and why. I ask, how do you support the charities that mean the most to you? Want to get involved in this debate – come and talk to me on the forum.
Forces Reunited handed over a cheque for £4,600 Cornwall based charity ‘Surf Action’.Forces Reunited handed over a cheque for £4,600 Cornwall based charity ‘Surf Action’. Clever Digit Media runs Forces Reunited, one of the largest British Armed Forces communities on the internet, with over a million members. The generous donation was amassed from contributions made by YOU, the great British public, via the Forces Reunited website. The donation will enable the project to put 10 armed forces veterans who are in need of improved physical and psychological wellbeing, through an, 8 week, ‘Ocean Therapy’ course. READ MORE HERE:
The Sun’s Military Awards 2017 are back - Nominate your heroThis year will be the 10th Sun Military Awards and nominations are now open with members of the Armed Forces and the general public having until 3rd Sept to put forward individuals and units for an award. READ MORE HERE:
Cold War Days - by Major General David Shaw CBEThe focus this time is to consider what life was like in Europe as a member of the British Forces during Cold War and post-Cold War days. Many members of Forces Reunited will have experienced life in Germany during this time period and have many memories. READ MORE HERE:
ARMED FORCES DAY - 24TH JUNE, 2017Veterans' Day was first observed in 2006 in the United Kingdom and then in 2009 the focus and name of the event changed to Armed Forces Day. Rather than only commemorate veterans, it became a day when the public in UK could show their appreciation for all the men and women in the British Armed Forces serving or retired, full time or part time. READ MORE HERE:
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