jacob henry

Support those who have given all they have for our country

When people join the military, they sign up to much more than to be a soldier. They volunteer to go and do a job that keeps our country and families safe. They do it so the majority of the population can sleep easy at night.

It's saddening that in this day and age, men and women coming home from active service face difficulties that they struggle to get help with. There's still a stigma attached to it and we need to end it.

It's good that there are charities like walking with the wounded that enable us to assist those who have given so much get back to a normal, happy life as much as possible.

Lets do what we can to help them at every opportunity.Because they deserve it more than anyone else I can think of. 

Please help me and my team hit our £1.5k target. Every £675 can enable a veteran or their immediate family to access 1-2-1 private mental health therapy within an average of 4 days of referral. Imagine that.

Thank you so much in advance for your support.

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Adrienne

Good luck!

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Jon Ioannou And Edward Mitchell

Well done son

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Ruth Henry

Good luck son

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Kenneth Henry

Go Jacob!!!

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Demetri & Yvonne Ioannou

Good luck Jacob, great cause pal.

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Kesava Uthaya-kumaran

Good luck, hope your hike goes well.

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Ranjeev Lakhan

Good luck buddy.

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Trish Johns

Good luck Jacob

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Jacob Henry

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Jenna Leask

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Matthew Spring

Good luck mate!

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Davy Thompson

A great effort for a great cause. Well done.

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Miss G Rogers

Such a worthwhile cause - good luck Jacob.

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Sonu Kundi

Good Luck Mate 👍👍

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Julie Cumming

Good luck!

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Isla Sillars

All the best J! Love Isla and Cammy xxx

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Bev Wilson

Good Luck Jacob

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Olivia Henry

Good luck bro!

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Matt Crowley

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Colin Mackillop

Good luck Jacob. From Colin (yir maw’s pal)