WWTW Sponsorship 2023
Who are Walking With The Wounded?
Established in 2010, Walking With The Wounded ‘WWTW’ is a leading military charity which recognises that those who served, deserve.
Whether mentally wounded, socially wounded or physically wounded, they deserve the care, support and means they and their families need to function in society, serving in the communities in which they live, reigniting their sense of purpose and making a positive contribution again.
Walking With The Wounded gets those who’ve served – and their families – back on their feet. They do three things: employment, mental health and care coordination which are saving jobs, homes, relationships and lives for the veterans who are struggling since leaving the military.
WWTW 2022 Achievements
- 2304 individuals supported in 2022
- Employment support for 796 individuals
- Care Coordinators supported 881 individuals
- 76% of jobs secured were retained for three months or more
- Approximately 4,600 hours of mental health therapy delivered
- On average, mental health therapists were allocated within 7.3 days and 7.4 miles of the clients home
- Supported 98 military relatives
- For every £1 invested by WWTW they delivers: at least £6 in economic value from their mental health programme; and at least £13 in economic value from their employment programme
PAASE & Walking With The Wounded
We are thrilled to announce that we have become an official corporate sponsor for Walking With the Wounded. We are honoured to be able to support such an important organisation that provides vital assistance to wounded veterans and their families.
Walking With the Wounded’s dedication to empowering veterans to regain their independence and re-integrate into society aligns with our values, and we are excited to work together to make a difference in the lives of those who have served our country. We look forward to building a strong partnership with Walking With the Wounded and making a positive impact on the community.
“A most exciting 10 months developing the relationship with PAASE and clearly after following up with further meetings, 2023 looks really healthy with events already in the diary.
For me being actively involved in both the Golf Day and Walking Home for Christmas, sharing the work we do, with staff and guests, and watching their reactions, confirmed many things about PAASE. They are keen to support Veterans and their families within the region. I’m eternally grateful for this, as a veteran, myself.” David Beer, Walking With The Wounded.
WWTW Peak Challenge
The Cumbrian Challenge is Walking With The Wounded’s fun and testing, flagship, annual fundraising event in the Lake District for teams of four – with every team that takes part supporting another wounded veteran back into work and independence.
Sponsor PAASE here
PAASE Corporate Golf Event
PAASE are excited to host their second annual golfing event! Mark your calendar and get ready to join us for a truly memorable day of golf.
As we continue to build on the momentum and excitement generated by the previous year’s event, we are excited to offer another day of fantastic golfing. The Three Locks Golf Course is set in the expansive Bedfordshire countryside making for a scenic 18 holes. Check out last years event here.
Register interest here
WWTW: Walking home for Christmas
We have a new mission this Christmas – to MAKE IT HAPPEN for all those who served and deserve our help by walking home or somewhere important to raise vital funds.
Register interest here
Small steps, big differences
Small Steps Big Differences demonstrates how small contributions can unlock the biggest differences
Be it a £30 pair of work boots to enable a veteran to start employment, a £7.50 bus pass so they can attend an interview, or £20 for a veteran to buy his young daughter a birthday present to stem suicidal thoughts for, in his words, ‘failing as a father’.
Walking With The Wounded’s expert staff generate job opportunities, deliver access to immediate mental health care and support veterans and their families to get back on their feet – but it is their Quick Relief Fund that is often the tipping point for success. The little things making the big differences that help crystallise their work.
- £16 to buy two Airfix models so a veteran could take his mind off negative thoughts
- £25 for an online CSCS card training to enable work in the construction industry
- Our team’s ability to buy a pair of smart shoes for an interview, £35
- A SIM card to facilitate access to legal advice, £25
- A new birth certificate, £14, to get ID to apply for jobs
- Colouring pencils, £15, to help with mindfulness and mental health
- Emergency short-term hotel accommodation, £200, for a veteran sleeping in a car, enables them to transform lives