Welcome to the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund, established in memory of Captain David Seath who tragically died running the 2016 London Marathon. David’s legacy has raised over £293,000 which supports wounded, injured and sick personnel and veterans as well as their families, through Help for Heroes.
All donations to the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund are used to support Help for Heroes’ fellowship programme in Scotland.The Band of Brothers and Band of Sisters networks provide social and learning activities, support, camaraderie and a wide range of opportunities to almost 800 Veterans and their families and carers across Scotland. So whether your donation today helps a Veteran learn new skills and gain confidence, or supports a family respite day or enables Help for Heroes staff to be there when a Veteran is in need; you can be sure you’re helping local heroes in David’s name and memory.
Previously, donations were used to support wounded, injured and sick personnel through Help for Heroes’ Quick Reaction Fund (QRF). A total of two hundred and forty-eight welfare grants were awarded in David’s name, which provided specialist sports equipment, respite breaks and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) therapy, as well as facilitating supported employment placements, training courses and the setting up of small businesses.
That’s why we continue to work with David’s chosen charity, Help for Heroes. By doing so, we can be confident that every single donation to the Captain David Seath Memorial Fund really does help to rebuild lives.
Gary Seath – Founder, The Captain David Seath Memorial Fund