The Veterans Raffle supports:

Building Heroes – With more than 120,000 unemployed military veterans in Britain and a growing shortfall of skills in the construction industry, Building Heroes provides training to military veterans and support into employment in the building trades. In their own words, they: “tackle unemployment amongst those who have kept us safe by offering them a seamless transition to a new career in construction”. 

Families4Veterans – A UK online national directory exploring everything veterans related under one roof. F4V have done the research so you don’t have to. From their website you can browse all the categories and sub categories to see at a glance what you are looking for. Whether that be emotional help, a charity, looking for a regimental group, whatever you need, you will find it at F4V.

Forces Online – Run purely by volunteers, Forces Online has a number of charitable aims and initiatives. These include raising money to support Holly Court Veterans Centre.

Forgotten Veterans UK – An initiative that supports all service veterans in need, Forgotten Veterans UK (FVUK) lends a hand to servicemen and women from all walks of life. This might include: financial assistance, more general advice and support, befriending and acting as a gateway to organisations offering more specialist assistance.

Help A Squaddie – Helping socially and economically disadvantaged ex-military personnel and their families in the Midlands to develop their social skills. At their twice monthly free drop-in centre, Help a Squaddie provides everything from therapy for PTSD to advice on housing and benefits.

Littlehampton AFVBC – Located at the rear of Cafe 72 in Littlehampton High Street, this independent Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club has gone from strength to strength, whilst working with other local veteran organisations for the benefit of its members and the wider community.

Phoenix Heroes – Specialises in helping veterans with PTSD. Based on the concept of veterans supporting veterans, Colchester-based Phoenix Heroes works with local organisations as a support platform to find places for veterans and their families in outdoor group activity programmes where they do things such as Carp fishing and working with horses, and learn skills for employment.

The Pompey Pals – The Pompey Pals Charity Remembers  the Men and Women from Portsmouth and the Surrounding Area who have served the country from the early 20th Century through to the current day. The Charity also helps raise awareness of our Service Veterans today through a combination of Educational and Commemorative Events. Helping The Veteran Remember and the Young To Learn.

The Tommy Atkins Centre – Combining a drop-in service in Worcester and a free online veterans’ therapy service for dealing with service trauma, The Tommy Atkins Centre makes sure veterans within the community are fully supported. 

The VC Gallery – At the VC Gallery, art is used as a creative medium for reducing social exclusion and increasing confidence amongst a wide range of people in the local community of Haverfordwest. Their work is not only limited to veterans, they are open to people with mental or physical disabilities, to both the young and elderly, and to anyone who feels alone, disadvantaged or isolated.

The Veterans Forge – Located at the foot of the Purbeck Hills near Corfe Castle in Dorset. The Veterans Forge has been set up to allow veterans the opportunity to have a break and enjoy a relaxed rural location whilst also being given the help and support they need. Supporting individuals on Blacksmithing projects that aid their skills, encourage a positive mental attitude and maintain their psychological well-being.

Trafford Veterans – A thriving ex-forces & emergency services veterans breakfast club in Trafford that's grown into a thriving social activities hub. Helping veterans to be heard whilst making a difference in the community.

Veterans Outreach Support – Based in Hampshire, VOS provides a monthly Drop-In facility for ex-service personnel from all services and operational backgrounds, including the Merchant Navy, and their direct family members. Founded in July 2008 VOS began as a peer support group where Service veterans could access a range of support services in an informal environment. VOS receives over 500 visits a year.

Veterans With Dogs – At early discussion stage. 

Veterans Woodcraft – Based in North Yorkshire at the Catterick Garrison, Veterans Woodcraft is a not for profit company set up by veterans to help other veterans rebuild their lives after traumatic experiences through military service, by working predominantly with wood. 

Walnut Tree Health and Wellbeing – Provides recovery activities, crisis support, coaching and mentoring to emergency service personnel and members of the armed forces with complex mental health needs such as addictionWalnut Tree Health and Wellbeing – who uses the mantra #BeSmartGetHelp – believes in mindfulness as a crucial tool for our veterans and runs courses for the families of those suffering with mental health issues. 

Please contact us if you would like the Veterans Raffle to support your charity or indeed if you are a member of the public and would like to recommend a charity for support.

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