Rob Earls and his Mini for Heroes

Friday 4 September 2015

Rob Earls, Help for Heroes fundraiser and local eastern volunteer, has been busily rebuilding a classic Mini Cooper to its former state, with a H4H twist.

Mini for Heroes

The aim of Rob's Mini for Heroes project is to raise funds and awareness for Help for Heroes. The project has taken Rob nearly three years and he's poured a lot of his own money into it. Mini for Heroes is really a labour of love for Rob, and we thoroughly appreciate his huge efforts!

Mini for Heroes

As if a life-size car wasn't enough, there's a side project going on alongside Mini for Heroes, Rob has contacted toy manufacturer Corgi so that they can replicate the Mini for Heroes car as toy versions! Rob has until September 28th to raise enough order pledges before the deal and production goes ahead.

You can help Rob and his Mini for Heroes project - as well as show support for Help for Heroes - by visiting any of the following pages:

Crowd funding page  

Twitter

Mini for Heroes website

Facebook

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