Walking with the Wounded

Walking with the Wounded

Charity information

Walking with the Wounded

Walking with the Wounded is raising money to help fund the re-training and career transition for servicemen and women after they leave the Armed Forces.

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    Our aim is to raise money to assist in the retraining and re-skilling of wounded servicemen and women who have been injured while on operations with HM Forces. By helping these young men and women realise that their skills are transferable, we will make their transition into the civilian world far easier. This move is one that many were never expecting, or hoping, to make. So we must do our utmost to help. We are working with a number of specialist organisations with expertise in career transition. They act as the service provider while WWTW provides the funding.

    In order to maintain our public provide WWTW is embarking on a series of expeditions to the corners of the world to demonstrate just how determined and courage these young en and women are, and to champion their futures. By doing these expeditions, which are funded by corporate sponsors, we hope to maintain our profile and raise awareness further.

  • Aims

    Walking with the Wounded aims to:

    • To raise funds to re-educate and re-train wounded servicemen and women when they leave the Armed Forces to help them secure a job.
  • Overview

    Established: January 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1133558

    Board members: 6

    Full time staff: 2

    Part time staff: 2

    Phone number: 01263 863 900

    Address: Stody Hall Barns Stody Melton Constable NR24 2ED

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