Military charities Scotty’s Little Soldiers and Families’ Activity Breaks (FAB) work together this summer to support bereaved Forces Families


Scotty’s Little Soldiers is working in partnership with Families’ Activity Breaks (FAB). The two military charities, both dedicated to providing support to bereaved Forces families, will team up this summer, with Scotty’s providing specialist bereavement support to FAB as part of their 2021 camp …

Charity Film, A Hero’s Legacy, Reaches Half a Million Views Worldwide


A short film produced by military charity, Scotty’s Little Soldiers, has gone viral reaching more than 500,000 people across the globe. The film, A Hero’s Legacy, tells the story of Corporal Lee Scott, a loyal soldier, dedicated husband and loving father, and how he has inspired a movement that has …

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity Awards £10,000 to Scotty’s Little Soldiers to help support bereaved Armed Forces children


ABF The Soldiers’ Charity has awarded £10,000 to Scotty’s Little Soldiers, to help hundreds of bereaved Armed Forces children and young people. Scotty’s Little Soldiers offers relief from the effects of bereavement to children and young people who have experienced the death of a parent who served …

Charity football match honours fallen hero and raises over £3,000 for bereaved Forces children


Army widow, Carla Palin and her two young children, Lennon and Ruby, from Plymouth, paid tribute to their husband and father, Corporal Mark Palin at the weekend as they hosted a charity football match in his name and to mark the 10th anniversary of his death.

The Fridge Hiker raises over £3,000 for bereaved Armed Forces children in 24-hour hike


“Reading the messages from those brave children really helped me focus” Bedfordshire’s Matthew Bamber, aka The Fridge Hiker, donned his walking boots, rain coat and his celebrated ‘fridge backpack’ once again over the weekend as he set out to complete a 100km walk in 24-hours, and all to raise …

Military duo raise hundreds of pounds for bereaved Armed Forces children after taking on mammoth challenge


“No bereaved child should feel alone” Former military duo, Andy Simmonds (51) and Glen Haines (53) took on a 100km challenge in order to raised much needed funds for Scotty’s Little Soldiers, a charity for bereaved Armed Forces children and young people.

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