334 Veterans helped since Sep 2019
The Prime Minister's 'Points of Light' Award
(25Jan23) Today, one of our Founders David Wood and his fellow trustees had the pleasure of meeting the Rt Hon Conor Burns MP at The Talbot Mews where David was presented with The Points of Light Award from the previous Prime Minister the Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP.
This is the first time where our diaries haven't clashed and Mr Burns was simply overwhelmed at the work we carry out as volunteers as well as The Talbot Mews and he thanked us all for our hard work. It's certainly nice to feel appreciated 😊
Boost your Business, and make a BIG difference!
A brand new initiative for 2023 by our charity where we are looking for six companies who support the voluntary work that we carry out in the veterans community.
The money received from each company will be used to support each veteran that stays in one of the ensuite flatlets where our sole aim is to prepare each veteran to move on to their own home and gain employment.
The Talbot Mews (formerly known as the 'Veterans Build Project') will be providing temporary accommodation for a maximum of six months where each Veteran will get all the help and assistance that they require.
If you or your company are interested in this sponsorship package then please email email@example.com. Thank you.
We change lives by housing those who have served our country.
May we never forget
the sacrifices of our Armed Forces.
We are proud to announce that we have been chosen as a supported charity by The Co-op Group again.
Helping Homeless Veterans UK is part of the Co-op UK Local Community Fund. To find out more about our project, and to choose us as your chosen charity, then click on this link: https://membership.coop.co.uk/causes/65662
Last time we were chosen by The Co-op, we raised over £6,000. Let's smash this target. Thank you.
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Helping Homeless Veterans UK started as a Community Interest Company (CIC) in September 2019. Less than two years later, we became a registered charity with the Charities Commission (number 1195521).
With many years of experience of engaging with Local Authorities using legislation to help house our homeless veterans, there was a definite need for our organisation which has been a welcome addition to the Veterans Community.
We are a Charity that relies solely on donations from the general public as well as grants from companies and organisations which allow us to provide the complete package for those that need our assistance.
100% of all public donations are spent on helping our veterans and none of our team are salaried. We have a team of trustees, ambassadors and volunteers who dedicate their free time to helping our country's homeless veterans.
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