This race kick starts our series with a 5k, simply pick your route and run anywhere you like.
By signing up you will be helping to support the care and rehabilitation of disabled veterans.
When: January 2021
How: Race 5k any day that suits you this January
Reg Fee: £15 – You’ll receive the first medal in the Keep Calm and Keep Running Series. The person who raises the most sponsorship wins a special Care for Veterans prize!
Sign up to take part in as many events as you want. You could even challenge yourself to enter all of the Keep Calm and Keep Running series throughout 2021.
Register your place by completing the form below then by pressing submit. If you are paying online, then please pay your registration fee via the CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) website.
Your support can make a difference to disabled veterans like Steve Boylan – read about Steve and how we have helped him so far.
To sign up please complete the form below or contact us on 01903 218444 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please pay your registration fee on the CAF website: https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/14958
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By taking part (and telling your friends!), you will make a massive difference to the ex-service personnel at Care for Veterans.
Could cover the cost of our Physiotherapy department for 1 hour, enabling residents to increase their strength and flexibility, helping to improve their independent and quality of life.
Could cover the cost of ten veterans to receive a session of speech and language therapy, helping them to learn to speak and/or swallow again after a brain injury.
Could fund our Chaplaincy service for a week. Our chaplaincy service aims to support the social, emotional and spiritual needs of the residents, their families and the staff so that life continues to have purpose and meaning; so that the everyday rhythms of life can be celebrated and remembered, explored and enjoyed, endured and experienced with sensitivity, support and understanding.
Could fund our Rehabilitation Kitchen for a day. Our fully customized rehabilitation kitchen increases residents’ independence and achievement, by helping them re-learn lost skills, using specially adapted equipment.