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Margaret Maughan - A Paralympic Legacy
Our Sports Recovery Manager commemorates the late Margaret Maughan, the winner of Britain's first Paralympic gold medal in 1960. Her legacy will continue to inspire our military Paralympians and leave every hopeful grateful for the path she forged.
Help For Heroes’ Field Guide To Self-Care Available In Welsh
Help for Heroes has made our mental health and wellbeing resource, the Field Guide to Self-Care, available to freely access in Welsh, with guided meditations delivered bilingually by acclaimed Welsh actor Matthew Gravelle.
Veteran Paul's Hero Up gaming marathon
Veteran Paul Colling served in Iraq and Afghanistan, but lost the life and job he loved after a traumatic ankle injury left him in near constant pain. He's now leading a team of veterans in a Hero Up 24hr gaming marathon to fundraise for his fellow veterans.
Family Of Fife Army Captain Complete 2.6 Challenge To Raise Further Funds For Injured Scots Veterans
The family and friends of a Scots army captain who died after running the London Marathon four years ago have marked the anniversary by completing the 2.6 Challenge in his memory, raising over £2000 in aid of injured veterans.
How Moto funded outdoor projects have helped our beneficiaries
It’s National Gardening Week and, as many of us are spending more time in our gardens, we’d like to reflect on how outdoor projects at our Tedworth House Recovery Centre, funded by our partner Moto in the Community, have supported our beneficiaries in their recovery journeys.
Why home baking could be just the mental health boost you knead
Did you know that baking can be a great mental health booster for you and your family? We recently commissioned research to explore the link between baking and well-being, after finding that culinary therapy can be a useful recovery aide for veterans.
Heroes helping heroes: Gavin’s story
Veteran Gavin Lewis was a Private in the Royal Regiment of Wales for 12 years. Service in Northern Ireland with the Royal Hampshire Regiment, led to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, blackouts, seizures, excessive drinking and eventually, the breakdown of his marriage and homelessness four years ago.