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.

Who We Are

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Financial Reports & Governance

What We Do

Walking With The Wounded (registered charity in England and Wales No. 1153497 provides support to our wounded to assist them back into work outside the Armed Forces. Through a number of programmes, and collaborations with other charities, WWTW focuses on helping individuals receive the right advice, training, skills, mentoring and understanding of the job market in order to find a new career outside the military, providing them and their family with the security they deserve after their service to our Country.

Our Charitable Objectives

A. To provide resettlement assistance and relief of financial need for personnel who are leaving or have left the Armed Forces after being wounded while serving, in particular but without limitation, by providing funding for education and training to assist them in finding work and jobs and to attain skills required to obtain and retain work outside the Armed Forces.

B. The promotion of social inclusion of current and former service personnel, in particular but without limitation of the UK, who are excluded from society or parts of society as a result of being wounded whilst serving, in particular by:

  • Promoting knowledge and raising awareness of:
    • Their capabilities notwithstanding the injuries and;
    • The special health, educational, social and employment problems face by them, and;
  • Providing them with opportunities to build capacity by participating in expedition and other activities to relieve their needs and to assist them integrate into society.

The pie chart below represents our latest set of audited accounts up to 31 December 2015.


For a more detailed breakdown of our audited figures for this year, please click through to the Charities Commission website 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013/14, 2015

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