We ask so much of our military. From the news we see them in conflicts where we can’t imagine the traumas they witness. From the ‘moral injury’ of seeing something which violates their moral or ethical code, through to the witnessing destruction and devastation. The conflicts change but the toll on some veterans is the same. This is where Combat Stress steps in. Our role is to help those veterans who, through their service to this country, now need our support. We believe in the duty of care and the Forces Covenant and ask that you stand with us in support of them. It’s unlikely you will ever meet any of the veterans a gift in your Will could help, but you have an opportunity to make a real and positive difference to their lives.
Please support those to give so much for their country
My name is Sarah Seddon, and I’m here to ask that you consider leaving a gift in your Will to support veterans with mental health conditions.
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Leave a legacy. Change how mental illness is treated.
You can help transform the care of people severely affected by mental illness, by including a gift to Rethink Mental Illness in your will.Leave a legacy. Change how mental illness is treated.