If you would prefer not to donate online, you can donate by phone or post:
By phone: 01263 863 908
By post: Walking With The Wounded, Unit 2, Stody Hall Barns, Stody, Melton Constable, Norfolk, NR24 2ED
We know times are tough for many at the moment, but we appreciate any amount you can give to support WWTW. It is not so much the amount of the gift that is important to us, but more the regularity and ensuring we have a steady income stream to support our clients and families.
Please support us with an amount you can afford and feel comfortable with. You can support us with a monthly, quarterly or annual donation.
Thanks to the government’s Gift Aid scheme, if you are a UK taxpayer, Walking With The Wounded can reclaim the tax on your donations. This means that your gifts are worth up to 25% more to us at no extra cost to you. If you pay tax on your income, savings or pension you will qualify for the Gift Aid scheme. You must be paying at least 25p in tax for every £1 you donate.
To join the scheme when you donate, simply tick the Gift Aid box on the online donation form. If you have already donated and would like to add Gift Aid, you can fill out our Gift Aid declaration form.
By choosing to give a monthly donation, you will be making an ongoing difference to the charity.
You will be helping us to plan ahead and make long-term improvements for our clients and families.
A regular gift allows us to plan for the future because we know, day in day out, that we will have a steady income stream that we can rely on.
Give a Regular Gift
When a military veteran who’s served their country needs help, will you help us make sure we’ll be there for them?
Your regular gift makes a real difference.
When David was just 20, he was deployed to Iraq and involved in clearing the carnage that followed the bombing of the Basra Road.
David’s mental health has been severely affected ever since. It’s taken him almost 20 years to begin to rebuild his life. But thanks to the 1-2-1 therapeutic counselling he was able to receive through Walking With The Wounded’s Head Start programme, David has created new coping mechanisms and transformed his future.
When ex-Forces personnel fall furthest from where they want to be, they need personalised, tailored support delivered by experts who understand. That’s why our employment, mental health and Support Care Coordination are designed around each individual we work with. We’re there with the support they need because those who served, deserve.
How your regular gift helps
Giving regularly is essential to making sure we can plan to support every veteran who needs us. Your gift means we can keep delivering our services when and where they’re needed the most:
- Employment Support that enables veterans to find and keep the job that’s right for them. From paying for a suit for an interview, to training and ID documents, our Employment Support makes sustainable, enjoyable jobs a reality.
- Head Start mental health support that can help ex-Forces personnel understand and manage their emotions and feelings, having a positive impact on depression, anxiety, PTSD, isolation, addiction and relationships.
- Support Care Coordination that helps those who’ve served manage every aspect of their welfare with dedicated, 1-2-1 support from an experienced professional that can offer practical help with everything from housing and relationships, to community integration and benefits.
Your gift goes straight to the front line
Whatever you can give, you can be sure it’s being spent on providing trusted, effective support to those veterans who need it the most.
Can be used to purchase a walking pole for a wounded veteran, giving them the tools to recover outdoors
Can fund an emergency top up of electricity, keeping the lights on for a veteran this Christmas
Can fund an emergency shop, putting food on the table for a veteran and their family
Can fund a private 1-2-1 therapy session for a veteran, beginning to support their mental health needs
Can support a veteran to get their life back on track having fallen the furthest from where they want to be
Frequently Asked Questions
Our work with veterans struggling to transition into civilian life can make all the difference. Read more about the people we support and the impact we make.
I’M IN A MUCH STRONGER PLACE
Our Support Care Coordination and Head Start mental health service gave veteran Martin and wife Kerry new hope for their family life together.
I JUST CAN’T THANK WWTW ENOUGH
Our Head Start mental health programme helped Shaun understand his emotions and reconnect with his family.
THANKS TO LYNSEY, I NOW HAVE A FUTURE
Our Employment Programme helped Kane into a career he loves and a life with a positive future.