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Care for Casualties (The Rifle ...
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I am taking part in a Tough Mudder event. It's a 12 mile beast / obstacle course. Have a look on the below page and look at the events for the 21st Sept 13. Look at the map for what I am putting myself through!
So come on friends dig deep and donate. If I can put myself through 12 miles of pain, you can go without that extra pint or cake. I am paying all expenses to enter the event so ALL the money donated will go to the brave guys of the Rifles.
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About Care for Casualties (The Rifles Regimental Trust)
Care for Casualties is an appeal within The Rifles Regimental Trust, ring-fenced to enable the Regiment to provide for the welfare and support of casualties sustained during the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts. During its first four years, since formation in February 2007, The Rifles have lost 54 Riflemen Killed in Action and have over 290 seriously injured, of whom approximately 50 have injuries of a life-changing nature. We now have 25 amputees, of whom 3 soldiers have lost 3 limbs and 8 have lost 2 limbs each. Two of our soldiers have lost their sight and others are being cared for in neurological units. Our wounded Riflemen are generally between the ages of 18 and 26. They have many years of life ahead of them and we must be able to be there as a regimental family to support them and their families, as well as our bereaved, whenever they may need us.
The appeal helps us, The Rifles, to be able to respond to the needs of our casualties immediately. Thanks to our generous contributors we have been able to assist with the adaptation of houses and cars, pay for re-training and re-skilling and education as our wounded adapt to a new life with a new focus, send our wounded and bereaved families on rehabilitation and recuperation holidays and fund driving lessons for our amputees and for the carers of those who can no longer drive themselves. The list is endless, and in addition to this we also ensure that sufficient funds are kept back for longer term needs as they develop. Please help us to raise the £4 million we anticipate we need to raise to ensure that we will be able to continue to be there for our courageous soldiers and their families.
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