Our Aims:

We have created a community for all British Army families; rank, location, Army accommodation or private, married or not… none of these factors matter, what bonds everyone is that the children have soldier parents. We recognise the unique daily challenges children can face when a parent is serving and we aim with our events and resources to ease and aid separation periods, be it one month or nine months we will be there to support through that time.
Our ultimate goal is to open a residential adventure centre available to all British Army Children with a parent away providing a retreat with planned activities offering respite in a community environment.

27 Feb 2011

Project 65 supporting The Little Trekkers

Project 65 have been so supportive to The Little Trekkers adventure and we'd like to say a really big thanks for that...much appreciated, also all the great goodies the girls were sent by Danny at Project 65 and tickets to The Forces Festival http://www.forcesfestival.com/ the girls are really excited about coming in May!! Thank you

Project 65 – The Veterans Charity was founded in 2008 to raise funds for the care and support of wounded armed forces veterans and their families.
There are hundreds of different issues faced by UK armed forces veterans and families of the armed forces community. Project 65 – The Veterans Charity focuses on raising money to help fund the vital care and support available for EVERY issue faced by those associated with forces life.
These issues include:
·         Treatment and rehabilitation following wounding or injury
·         Mental health
·         Illness
·         Financial support
·         Housing
·         Education
·         Employment
·         Bereavement counselling
·         Childcare
·         Mobility
·         Family welfare
Every pound raised by Project 65 – The Veterans Charity will make a difference to the amount of money we can provide for our chosen beneficiaries and will enable them to continue providing the vital care and support they give to individuals and families affected by injury or trauma as a result of service in the UK armed forces. These do not just include the current and recent conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan but also Kosovo, Bosnia, Northern Ireland, The Falklands, Borneo, Aden, Korea and of course WWII.
More information about the charity and how you can help or get involved can be found at

The girlies even got their Project 65 bands into the Daybreak VT...

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