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Top Fundraiser stories from Walking Home For Christmas 2021

See the stories and the supporters who are stepping out to support those who served and raise funds to ensure no one is left behind from lockdown

More than 1,100 people and organisations from across the UK have so far signed up to Walking Home For Christmas 2021.

Thank you to everyone who signed up so far and walked, run and cycled to support those who served. The campaign officially kicks off tomorrow and we are always humbled by the challenges that everyone takes on to support veterans and their families.

Here are some of the best fundraising ideas of 2021 so far:

13 Company SW London Army Cadet Force are walking from their Detachment to the Royal Hospital Chelsea carrying a Christmas tree.

Veteran, Mark Harding, to take on an epic walk across Cumbria, delivering essential food parcels using a WWTW expedition pulk

A team of Officers who served in 1RGJ are walking 20 miles on December 12th along the South Downs Way to Winchester 

A team from Amazon have taken on the challenge to support veterans this Christmas

Afghanistan veteran, Matthew Hill, is undertaking a 24-hour walking marathon.

Suffolk-based Army Cadet Deputy Commandant aims to walk 100 miles in December

Disabled, Norfolk-based veteran and WWTW team member, Dave Rose, takes on one-armed 11 days of Christmas challenge

There’s still time to sign-up and to take on a challenge of your own. Sign-up here: