Care After Combat is to help to maintain and promote camaraderie in the Veterans community for those feeling vulnerable or at unrest with society.
We look to provide professional assistance where possible for the well-being of Veterans and their family.
Care After Combat Registered charity number 1159342
As an extension of Care after Combat, Carp after Combat aims to use fishing as a method to engage ex-service personnel, who may be finding it difficult to transition back into civilian life.
"Let's try this again. Thanks for your service."
Rik Pepe donated
$300.00 + $0.00 Gift Aid
"With admiration for Mark Horwood who did 514 press ups the past 22 days to raise awareness for all the ex service men who encounter difficulties after leaving the forces.
Rosie Vidovix-Unsworth donated
£100.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Dear Mr Davidson,
We saw your interview on Sky News this morning and we were moved to try and help your excellent endeavours in helping offenders who have fell through the cracks of society. "
Ron & Sue Kirk donated
£20.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Linford Lake 2 swims."
Peter Tadman Freddi Tadman donated
Chas Cowell donated
£10.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
Emma West has raised $9,352.83 so far
I'm Having a music festival to remember and raise £££ for Emma West because they do amazing work and massively worthy cause
John Bewsher has raised $2,081.66 so far
I'm To help veterans and their families in the UK for John Bewsher because they need our support.
P Summers has raised $1,473.97 so far
I'm Sponsored 22 Km Walk for P Summers because
Steven Marshall has raised $1,122.31 so far
I'm We are walking to support veterans for Steven Marshall because many still require our support in civilian life
will kevans has raised $1,097.61 so far
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Peter Griffiths has raised $1,028.78 so far
I'm Trekking to Everest Base Camp and Higher Passes for Peter Griffiths because Our struggling veteran soldiers need our help
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