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I have taken on the dual challenge of fundraising for our Royal Marines in need and Escaping the Dunker – a terrifying exercise all Royal Marines face as part of their arduous training to gain their green beret. So what will I be doing in September 2011? Well, I will be trained at the Underwater Escape Training Unit and then I will be strapped into a fuselage and required to escape from a frighteningly realistic simulation of a helicopter crash at sea, in the dark, upside down, using the correct procedure. The least you can do is sponsor me!

Why the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund?

The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund helps Royal Marines and their families when they need it most. They aid the wounded and injured. They give quality of life to those returning from operations. And when the worst happens, they support the families of those who die in service. The RMCTF has the widest purposes of almost any service charity - quite simply, the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund will help when others cannot.

Do have a look at the video at:

The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1AUo1pnoVM

What is the Commando Spirit Series?

The Commando Spirit Series of events offers once-in-a-lifetime experiences to test your mettle and gain a rare and privileged insight into what it means to be a Royal Marines Commando today. The events will pit participants against some of the most formidable aspects of the Commando training, stretch them to achieve their fundraising commitment of £10,000 each and buddy them up with a former or serving Royal Marine who will provide motivation and encouragement when the going gets tough.

To find out more about how you could take the ultimate challenge visit 
www.commandospirit.com

Raising money for

The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund

The Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund

Charity Registration No. 1134205

The RMCTF is the overarching Royal Marines charity and money raised can be used for very wide purposes, probably the widest of any service charity. We are here to provide a better quality of life to serving and retired Royal Marines and their families

Donations 8

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Good Luck Jeff!

Donation by Vivian Johnston on 11/05/11

£10.00

+ £2.50 Gift Aid

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Good Luck

Donation by Sue Davis on 09/05/11

£5.00

+ £1.25 Gift Aid

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Wishing you all the very best.

Donation by Nikhil Pai on 15/04/11

£5.00

+ £1.25 Gift Aid

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All our best wishes Jeff & look forward to hearing about it!

Donation by The Davisons on 05/04/11

£20.00

+ £5.64 Gift Aid

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Wishing you the very best of luck. Let us know how it goes! (We know two people who have had to do this for work on the oil rigs..... not easy!!)

Donation by Glynis and Steve Myall on 25/03/11

£40.00

Donation by Anonymous on 21/03/11

£10.00

+ £2.82 Gift Aid

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Good luck Jeff

Donation by David Tucker on 20/03/11

£5.00

+ £1.41 Gift Aid

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Jeff do your best and just remember to update the insurance docs before you go :-) love you

Donation by julie howell on 19/03/11

£50.00

+ £14.10 Gift Aid

Donation summary

  • * Online donations£145.00
  • Offline donations£0.00
  • Text donations£0.00
  • Total raised£145.00
  • Gift Aid£28.97

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