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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Save the Brave

TV Presenter and WWTW supporter, Nick Knowles, has created a campaign on the online fundraising platform pledgit.net asking that people kindly donate to help change lives.

TV Presenter and WWTW supporter, Nick Knowles, has created a campaign on the online fundraising platform pledgit.net asking that people kindly donate to help change lives.

Speaking about his reason for supporting WWTW, Knowles said:

“This charity helps injured service men and women find their bearings, retrain, and reintegrate back into society. It helps them back into sustainable employment, and works with public organisations like the NHS to find them new fulfilling careers.  I’ve seen their work at first hand and it’s humbling.”

The campaign called ‘Save the Brave’ will be running until 5:00pm on the 15th January 2016 and is backed by a private sponsor, who has generously pledged to match every £1 donated up to a total of £3000 but only if the campaign hits that amount.

Find out more and make your own pledge here:

https://www.pledgit.net/campaign/l3T3/save-the-brave

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