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Our Charities

Who we raise money for and why?

While much of our work is with and along side military charities this is not an exclusive arrangement. We aim to raise or assist in the raising of money for all charities.

The Royal British Legion

The Royal British Legion spends £200,000 a day providing welfare to the whole Armed Forces family - serving, ex-Service and their dependants. While The Legion is known for its annual Poppy Appeal, it also campaigns on a range of issues affecting Service people, is the custodian of Remembrance and is one of the UK's largest membership organisations.

Visit the website at www.britishlegion.org.uk
See our events that raise money for The Royal British Legion

wooden spoon

Wooden Spoon is a children's charity founded in 1983 that is dedicated to helping underprivileged children and young people all over the UK and Ireland to live happier, richer lives.

Visit the website at www.woodenspoon.com
See our events that raise money for Wooden Spoon

The Baton

The primary mission of The Baton is to raise and maintain awareness amongst the British public about the reality of life for service personnel and their families in the British Armed Forces and to ensure that they are given the level of support that they are rightfully due. The Baton’s aim is not to compete with existing forces charities – rather we aim to complement the activities of those charities by focusing on raising awareness about the issues, so providing them with additional support and backing.

Visit the website at www.thebaton.co.uk
See our events that raise money for The Baton