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Click and Jump (Help for Heroe ...
Hello and Welcome from Camilla Quance
Help for Heroes
Thanks for taking the time to visit my page and give as much as u can. i chose this charity to support as i have many friends and family who are in the services and very fortunate to be alive, healthy and unharmed. I feel its quite a personal charity to many as i'm sure most of you know at least someone in the services like i do. We are all aware of how many of our troops have tragically died out in Afghanistan, most news reports and papers remind us of this daily, but what about those injured. Many of those return to such a different life, learning to re start their lives outside the military and cope with their injuries. Please think carefully before you donate and give whatever you can, however small, if everyone just gave 50p or a pound that would be great. Remember to take to time to appreciate what we have ourselves. Thank you x
Waiting for my date to be confirmed for the jump, should be in May. will update as soon as i get confirmation but its all paid for.
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About Click and Jump (Help for Heroes)
The charity Help for Heroes was launched in October 2007 in order to provide direct, practical support to those wounded, sick or injured in the line of duty since 9/11. All the funds raised to date are either allocated or spent on the direct, practical support of those wounded in the current conflicts. To date, H4H has funded a variety of projects including the £8m Rehabilitation Complex at Headley Court, a new £3.5m treatment centre for Combat Stress, adaptive adventure training through the Battle Back programme and the creation of a £6m Quick Reaction Fund to support individuals in need.
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