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Thank you to ABF The Soldiers’ Charity

ABF The Soldiers Charity award £15,000 to support WWTW’s Employment Programme.

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How to find and be found on LinkedIn

Today, LinkedIn has become an incredibly important business to business tool. You can use it to build connections across numerous industries and find new employment opportunities.

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Volunteer Q&A with WWTW Client Paul

We sat down with Paul to find out how he's been helping out in his local community during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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WWTW Supports NHS Recruitment Drive Through Step Into Health Programme

Step Into Health (SITH) offers a clear pathway for veterans to access careers in the NHS. The programme was initially developed in 2014 by Walking With The Wounded in partnership with Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and the NHS Foundation Trust.

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All Together Cumbria sponsoring the Cumbrian Challenge

Industry rallying round to support employment of ex Forces

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Positive Pathways. By Veterans For Veterans.

We’re very happy to announce that WWTW has been successful in securing funding through the Armed Forces Covenant Fund’s Positive Pathways Programme to deliver two new projects in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Life After The Military- Written by Tommy Watson

In 1985, I joined the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and spent 26 years in service. I found transition relatively painless and totally immersed myself in resettlement and my entitlements.

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Walking With The Wounded Appoint New Director of Fundraising and Communications

Walking With The Wounded (‘WWTW’) has bolstered its senior management team with the appointment of Jason Rigby as the new Director of Fundraising and Communications. The appointment comes as the charity prepares to mark its 10th anniversary in 2020.

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Walking With The Wounded appoint new IPS Employment Advisor to support West Midland veterans

Walking With The Wounded (WWTW) has announced the appointment of Paul Schofield as their new IPS Employment Advisor. He will support service users from Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust and the Veteran Mental Health Network Transition, Intervention and Liaison Service (TILS), working closely with regional partner Birmingham Royal British Legion (RBL) pop-in centre.

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Thank you to the Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity and Greenwich Hospital

RNRMC Greenwich Hospital Grant - £20,000 towards WWTW's work with Naval veterans.

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