Walking With The Wounded has continued their commitment to fund organisations and projects that assist wounded service personnel by donating to service providers such as The Warrior Programme and RBLI Lifeworks.
The Warrior Programme aims to restore self-esteem and rebuild confidence and dignity of traumatised serving personnel and veterans. The 3-day personal programme allows them to address complex challenges which have prevented them from leading a normal and fulfilled life. The aim is to help them start their journey back into the work place.
RBLI’s LifeWorks programme is designed to help injured service personnel with the transition to civilian life. LifeWorks identifies the specific issues facing the wounded to provide an innovative work-focused assessment and employability course that provides advice, guidance and ongoing support.
Fergus Williams, Head of Operations for Walking WIth The Wounded said, “We are proud to support the Warrior Programme and RBLI, which support ex-service personnel with physical and cognitive injuries on their transition to civilian life. Walking With The Wounded raises funds to retrain and re-skill the wounded. We want to support organisations and projects which will assist in achieving that aim.”