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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Barking!

WHFC Competition Winners

Congratulations to the winners of our Walking Home For Christmas 2016 competitions

Chris Robshaw Testimonial Evening

Steve Rowe

Walking With The Wounded was honoured to be one of England and Harlequins’ rugby star Chris Robshaw’s charities for his testimonial year. Steve won tickets to the Chris Robshaw Testimonal Evening on Monday 5th December at Old Billingsgate Market – where he enjoyed an evening of entertainment hosted by Sky Sports presenter Alex Payne and mingled with special guests Camilla Kerslake, Roger Daltry and some of the world’s greatest rugby players.

 

WHFC Christmas Hamper

Lee Simmons

Lee is a former Royal Marine Commando and is the founder of Wildfit – a new approach to outdoor fitness and healthy living. Lee Captained a Walking Home For Christmas walk with members of his Wildfit team and had over 30 people join him at Penshurst Place in Kent. We sent him the incredible Walking With The Wounded Christmas Hamper to thank him for his support!

 

Alastair Humphreys Photo Competition

We challenged our Walking Home Home For Christmas participants to send in their best snaps for the chance to win prizes provided by the renowned adventurer, blogger, author, speaker, film-maker and photographer… Alastair Humphreys!

Congratulations to Natasha, Tim, Pete and Edoardo!

 

Natasha Moody, Southampton

It’s Better With Friends!

 

Tim Winter, Swindon

Hats Off!

 

Pete Greening, Cornwall

Man and Boy!

 

Edoardo Grossi, Cassino, Italy

Standing Proud For Veterans!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you’ve been inspired by what you’ve seen and would like to take part in Walking Home For Christmas 2017 to support even more of our most vulnerable veterans, you can pre-register to take part here.

Thanks you to all of our walkers and captains for such incredible support –  see you soon!

 

 

 

 

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