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The 100 Club sits at the heart of the philosophy of Walking With The Wounded. The world is ever changing, and so we, and the military charity sector, must evolve in order to be current and relevant. As a charity we consider ourselves to be leading change and we hope The 100 Club will support us in doing so, through thought leadership, influence and commitment to support those men and women who have served our country.
The 100 Club is a group of individuals with a common purpose - to support our servicemen and women, both in the short term through providing direct financial support to Walking With The Wounded’s programmes and in the longer term through their influence and position, and through their desire to assist in change and progress. We hope that the legacy of The 100 Club will ensure that if and when there is another conflict, the support for our servicemen and women is not as fragmented as it is today, the support network is more developed, and the journey back into the civilian world for these remarkable people, who give so much, is transparent and effective.
By enhancing the influence and leadership of The 100 Club, Walking With The Wounded aims to influence a number of areas:
The amount any individual is able to commit to The 100 Club is entirely up to them. As a group we envisage beneficial networking opportunities for our members, to the benefit of them and The 100 Club. As a group of thought leaders we see significant potential to effect change which will leave a lasting legacy to those who have served, and those who will serve.
Every year The 100 Club will hold a reception for its ambassadors and members so Walking With The Wounded can demonstrate the impact that has been achieved through the fundraising of The 100 Club, as well as introducing some of our beneficiaries to the members who will be able to tell their own stories. During the course of each year the charity will organise informal meetings at which members can discuss how they can effect change, and plan how to exert their influence, under the chairmanship of the Walking With The Wounded Board of Trustees.
If you would like to find out more about The 100 Club, please contact Jason Rigby, Director of Communications and Fundraising. Jason.Rigby@wwtw.org.uk 01263 863 902