12 months - 12 challenges

#1
ok me and my mate have come up with a 12 month 12 challenges idea for 12 forces charities

so far we have come up with the following charities :

1 ,The Army Benevolent Fund,
2,Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society (COMBAT STRESS,
3,Gurkha Welfare Trust,
4,The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home,
5,The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
6,SSAFA Forces Help,
7, St Dunstan's,
8,royal navy benevolent trust

and the following fund raising ideas


1, at least two 10 k's

any ideas for other charities/fund raising ideas greatfully recieved

edited to add the following message

"friend would like it to be added that...

she is marrying a squaddie and is doing this for pure fundraising reasons, not because she is a squaddie cock hunting whore bag


happy now?!
 
#2
#3
This year is the 25th anniversary of the Falklands War.
If you would like to do one of your fundraising events for
The South Atlantic Medal Association
we would be most grateful to you.
All the best with your 12 challenges!
Many thanks :D
 
#4
wompingwillow said:
so far we have come up with the following charities :

1 ,The Army Benevolent Fund,
2,Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society (COMBAT STRESS,
3,Gurkha Welfare Trust,
4,The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home,
5,The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
6,SSAFA Forces Help,
7, St Dunstan's,
8,royal navy benevolent trust
9, Royal Hospital Chelsea
 
#5
1 ,The Army Benevolent Fund,
2,Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society (COMBAT STRESS,
3,Gurkha Welfare Trust,
4,The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home,
5,The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
6,SSAFA Forces Help,
7, St Dunstan's,
8,royal navy benevolent trust
9, Royal Hospital Chelsea
10, The South Atlantic Medal Association - could you send me some more info on this one please sweets so I know who to contact etc
 
#6
http://www.erskine.org.uk/

Founded in 1916, Erskine has provided nursing and medical care for former members of our Armed Forces through two world wars and the more recent conflicts and peace keeping initiatives of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. Re-building shattered lives, restoring dignity and providing first class care to ex-Service men and women both young and old have been the cornerstones on which Erskine has built an unrivalled reputation.

John Smeaton can't be wrong ;)

msr
 
#7
http://www.blesma.org/

BLESMA is a National Charity, Registered Charity Number 1084189 for Limbless and Ex-Service Men and Women, their dependants and Widows. The objectives of the Association are to promote the welfare of all those of either sex who have lost a limb or limbs, or one or both eyes, or the use of limbs as a result of service in any branch of Her Majesty's Forces or Auxiliary Forces and to assist needy dependants of such service limbless. We will also help those who lose a limb after service.

msr
 
#8
Airborne forces security fund
 
#9
wompingwillow said:
10, The South Atlantic Medal Association - could you send me some more info on this one please sweets so I know who to contact etc
Done -check your pm's for the chap to contact.
Also see website for general info HERE
Many thanks!
 
#10
1 ,The Army Benevolent Fund,
2,Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society (COMBAT STRESS,
3,Gurkha Welfare Trust,
4,The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home,
5,The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
6,SSAFA Forces Help,
7, St Dunstan's,
8,royal navy benevolent trust
9, Royal Hospital Chelsea
10, The South Atlantic Medal Association
11,BLESMA
12,Erskine

possibly now lasting nearer two years!
 
#11
might be worth sorting a paypal account for donations.
 

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