Over the past year you, our amazing supporters, fundraisers, partners, and volunteers, have helped us keep our promise to be here for those who put their lives on the line for us. You helped us adapt our recovery services in unprecedented times. You helped us champion the needs of our wounded and their families. And you raised vital funds, so that they can continue to receive the support they deserve.
We’ve created our Impact Report to showcase the difference we made, together.
In the report you can read about how our Clinical Health Team, Hidden Wounds service, Sports Recovery and Fellowship teams, and Case Managers have continued to deliver our recovery support in an adapted way, and how our Recovery College and Choir have developed.
We share how veterans in our Very Seriously Injured (VSI) programme, with life-limiting injuries, have been empowered to regain a sense of self-worth, so they can live purposeful and meaningful lives.
You can find out how we helped former Kingsman Anthony Cooper relocate from Chorley, Lancashire to the Isle of Lewis, where his mum lives, so he could isolate with his family around him.
Former Army Private Simon Nicholson shares his story of how a grant we gave him to purchase photography equipment helped his mental wellbeing during the pandemic, giving him a reason to be outdoors and focus on a positive activity.
With information on how we’ve given a voice to our wounded, championing the needs of veterans and their loved ones, as well as facts and figures on the numbers of people we’ve helped, how we adapted our fundraising and how we spend your generous donations, our first Impact Report is a testament to what we have achieved together.
Thank you to each and every one of you — our amazing supporters, fundraisers, partners and volunteers — who supported our wounded and their families in 2019-20. We simply couldn’t do what we do without you.
Together, we are stronger.