Supporting Our Wounded Into Work

Raising funds to retrain and re-skill our wounded and support them in finding new careers outside the Military. You can help by making a donation or fundraising for the charity.


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Where in the World are you Walking?

Ex-pats are signing up to Walking Home For Christmas all over the world to support our wounded veterans. Could you sign up and lead the way in your country?

Walking With The Wounded’s Christmas campaign Walking Home for Christmas is catching the imagination of the international community and corporates – with both holiday makers and ex-pats pledging to take part overseas.

Our international list of walkers includes the following countries and the first people to sign up from them. We challenge you to click the ‘Walk This Way’ button below and help us build this list!

Canada (Calgary) – Mark Durham

Isle of Man – James Bailey

New Zealand (Auckland) – Jason Laverock

Qatar (Doha) – John Torley

Spain (Madrid) – Martin Morris

United States (Boulder, Colorado) – Annie Willis

Germany (Berlin) – Sarah Moriarty

The Netherlands (Zeeland) – Nicky Sherrington

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Thanks to Garrath Williams we’ve also got a group of Australians undertaking a walk from the Australian High Commission in London, providing another international connection.

Any distance you walk will make a difference to our homeless ex-service men and women, whether it is in our top 50 furthest walks or simply walking home from work, to a Christmas party or a carol concert or walking part the way home to a train station or the park & ride. Anything more than you would usually do. It’s that simple. Go on. Click the button.



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